The RadioDJ streaming plugin written by Marius will stream to a Shoutcast & Icecast server.
How to install the streaming plugin.
1) You will need to download the plugin itself. You can find that Download here
2) You will need to unzip the files and place “System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.dll” In the main RadioDJ program folder along with the bassenc.dll file.
3) Then you will need to place Plugin_Encoder.dll into the plugins folder of RadioDJ. (Restart RadioDJ for changes to take place)
4) You will also need the encoder files in order to stream.
To stream in mp3 you will need lame_enc.dll which can be found Here
If you have entered your stream server details correctly you should now be able to stream from RadioDJ to your Shoutcast/Icecast server.
Server type: This will be either Shoutcast, Shoutcast v2 or Icecast v2
Encoder: You can choose which format you want to stream in
Samplerate: This ideally needs to be 22050 or 44100
Kbps: This is the bitrate your server is set to receive. (e.g: 128)
Server IP: This will be something like 22.214.171.124
Port: This will be the port number your host gave you (e.g: 8000)
Password: This will be the password your server host gave you or the one you chose.
Stream ID: This is for Shoutcast v2 servers (You may need to edit Plugin_Encoders_List.xml to save the correct stream ID)
Mountpoint: This is usually for Icecast server (e.g: stream.mp3)
Reconnect Seconds: this is how long you want the encoder to try and reconnect if the stream goes down. We used to set it at 10 seconds.
Encoder Enabled: If the box is checked this encoder will be good to start.
Click Save Encoder
Tip: You will need to start the encoders manually on first run.
Its also worth pointing out if you need to use a microphone with RadioDJ its also probably best you use a piece of software called Voicemeeter to mix the sound from various inputs and then you would route the final audio to a stand alone encoding program
You cannot currently set the default sound card with the streamer plugin. If you need to pickup the audio from a certain input then you will have to use a piece of standalone encoding software
If you should have any issues with the plugin help can always be found on the Community Forums
Please Note: Use at own risk! This plugin is supplied as seen we cannot be held liable if it doesn’t work on your system.
We don’t know if there are any plans to support this plugin in future releases of RadioDJ.
Last updated on: September 22nd, 2017
at 16:05 PM Europe/London