Setting Up An Encoder (Streaming Media)

A user on the RadioDJ forums was asking for help setting up his Shoutcast encoder so I thought I would do a basic post about how you set one up.

Most encoding software tends to be similar to setup and run.

Most of the encoding programs rely on several bits of information in order for you to connect to Shoutcast or Icecast

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Last updated on: March 11th, 2018
at 09:50 AM Europe/London

Encoding Software (Stand Alone Encoders)

With RadioDJ you have a couple of options when it comes to encoding software. Here are some of the alternative stand alone versions out there on the market.

Stand alone encoding software frees up the automation software to do what its best.

Edcast Stand Alone Encoder

Edcast Standalone is no longer supplied from this website.

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Last updated on: December 6th, 2017
at 15:10 PM Europe/London

Radiocaster: A Review

RadioCaster ($49.95)

Recently I went to try & test this piece of standalone encoding software from the same developer who codes RadioBoss.

It was easy enough to setup and configure. I had a Shoutcast stream going in about 3 minutes.

It seems like a decent piece of encoding software but I haven’t been able to test a stream properly because of a “voice” over the stream every so often in the demo.

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Last updated on: March 22nd, 2018
at 10:45 AM Europe/London