liveice - An icecast client to broadcast live audio, rather than prerecorded mp3's
LiveIce is a live streaming program that allows input either from your soundcard's line in or from mp3 files to be mixed and re-encoded and then streamed to an icecast server. This means that you can use liveice with your microphone and do live audio broadcasts, or even use a mp3 playlist and use the multi channel support to speed up, slow down, adjust volumes, and mix between the two channels, and then re-encode the data at a lower bitrate to be sent out to an icecast server.
|liveice-sn04-2.el6.x86_64 [80 KiB]||
by Paulo Roma (2009-06-12):
- rebuild for Fedora 10 - no longer stripping binary. - added BR ncurses-devel. - added Requires lame. - fixed URL. - changed login default type to HTTP_LOGIN. - patched for using big endian (lame). - patched interface for having HTTP_LOGIN.