With RadioDJ v.2.0.0 (free) you have to use a stand-alone encoder.
Using a stand alone encoder solution means RadioDJ can be left alone to do what its does best and that’s AUTOMATE.
Its a method we used for a long time when we were streaming with RadioDJ running alongside Edcast or MB Recaster.
Here are just some of the free Internet radio stream encoders available.
1) MB Recaster MB Recaster
- Capture audio from any sound card, input from microphone, line or stereo mix
- Up to 4 encoders of any format (Shoutcast v1/v2, Icecast v2)
- Codec MP3 24 to 320k, AAC+ 16 to 96k, AAC 128 to 320k, Opus 20 to 320K, OGG 32 to 256K
- Advanced audio processing functions by using the onboard DSP plugins
2) Sound Empire Caster ($0.00)
This is standalone encoder that recently came to my attention.
You can download SE Caster Here (Updated to v1.1.6 18 April 2018)
Just unzip the program folder and place on the C:\ drive outside of the program folder.
It supports DSP plugins so may be an alternative if you still want to use Stereotool or other DSP sound processing. Just place the required files in the SECaster program folder.
If you get a blank message box pop up while trying to run SECaster you may need to install Visual Basic
Visual Basic Download unzip the folder & install the correct version for your operating system
3) Edcast: The original stand alone encoder (Shoutcast v1 & Icecast)
(It should connect to Shoutcast v2 servers in legacy mode at least it did on our test server)
Edcast is Not supported use at own risk!
There are other stand alone encoding programs available but they aren’t listed on this website for reasons beyond my control.
Please note: While we do our best to test software we cannot always guarantee it will be compatible with your computer, Use at own risk. We are not liable for content on other websites.
Last updated on: 8th June 2018
at 15:40 PM Europe/London