The updated version of the SHOUTcast DSP plug-in has now been released current as a Forums exclusive and is available from: (Direct download link - here) Note: This updated version of the plug-in will only work on Winamp 5.5 and higher and requires Windows 2000 and higher to work (though the plug-in has only been actively tested on Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8). Winamp (SHOUTcast DSP) The SHOUTcast DSP allows you to broadcast audio from Winamp, or a live source directly from your Windows PC. Written by Jamie Updated over a week ago Before you can broadcast live, schedule a live event within your station calendar. Winamp is a media player for Microsoft Windows originally developed by Justin Frankel and Dmitry Boldyrev by their company Nullsoft, which they later sold to AOL in 1999 for $80 million. It was then acquired by Radionomy in 2014. Since version 2 it has been sold as freemium and supports extensibility with plug-ins and skins, and features music visualization, playlist and a media library. ZaraStudio is not a program designed for that purpose, but it is a program that automates audio playback. Anyway, it can be used along with other programs to broadcast an Internet station. Some of those programs are Oddcast or WinAmp with the Shoutcast plugin. Virtual DJ Software (Shoutcast & “Icecast”) Runs on Windows: yes; Runs on Mac OS. Winamp makes the joy of burning (creating) your own music CDs even easier with built-in CD burning. Add individual tracks, a folder, or just burn the playlist you're listening to.
I’ve been doing some live online broadcasts of my live band lately using Shoutcast. Shoutcast is a technology that allows anyone to broadcast audio from their PC to the Internet. Shoutcast broadcasts in MP3 or AAC+ format and can be played by Winamp, iTunes or the somewhat unreliable mini-player at Shoutcast.com. Broadcasters using Shoutcast can have their station listed in the Shoutcast.com Radio Directory.
I’ve had a lot of listeners complaining that the Shoutcast Mini Player has been crashing browsers and computers. So today I’m going to write a tutorial on how to listen to Shoutcast Radio streams using either Winamp or iTunes.
The first step is to download and install either iTunes or Winamp on your computer. If you have an Apple iPod, iPhone or iPad you will most likely already have iTunes installed on your machine and you can use it to listen to Shoutcast Radio streams. Click the links below to download your player of choice.
After downloading, simply run the downloaded file to install your preferred player.
How to connect to a Shoutcast Radio stream using iTunes
1.) Go to www.shoutcast.com and hover over Help and then click Settings.
2.) Then select the button for “Play SHOUTcast stations in default media player ( eg: Winamp/iTunes/Windows Media Player)
Anaconda opencv3. 3.) Select your connection speed then click Save Settings
4.) Go to www.shoutcast.com and type in the name of the station you’re looking for in the Search box. In this example we will be connecting to Bonne Nuit Live.
5.) When Shoutcast finds your station (Bonne Nuit Live) simply click the Play button by the name of the station and the stream will open in your default media player.
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Use Winamp media player along with the SHOUTcast DSP plug-in to program and manage your SHOUTcast station in real-time.Download
Use Winamp media player along with the SHOUTcast DSP plug-in to program and manage your SHOUTcast station in real-time.