Thursday, April 14, 2005

What do you think about this?

4 comments:

Adolph said...

I think it is prolly easier than setting up Quicktime Broadcaster, but I don't see anything novel about it. I just downloaded their SoundSource, though, because getting system beeps over the stereo speakers was getting old. I'm an occasional Audio Hijack Pro user. I bought it because I was annoyed with missing This American Life and then being stuck to a network to listen to it online.

Adolph said...

SoundSource doesn't seem to work on my machine.

Pablo said...

"QuickTime Broadcaster sends out a single stream that can be viewed by one QuickTime Player. If more than one QuickTime Player will view your broadcast you will need access to a streaming server or a multicast-enabled network."

adam said...

great tutorial! makes me want to start broadcasting. anyone actully try this nicecast software?