MuSE Streamer

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MuSE Streamer
Mixing, encoding, and network streaming sound tool

MuSE provides the free software community with a user friendly but powerful tool for network audio streaming, making life easier for independent free speech online radios. It has both a graphical interfaces and a documented commandline interface in traditional *nix style MuSE is an application for the mixing, encoding, and network streaming of sound. It can mix up to 6 encoded audio bitstreams (from files or network, mp3 or ogg) plus a souncard input signal. The resulting stream can be played locally on the sound card and/or encoded at different bitrates, recorded to harddisk and/or streamed to the net. When sent to a server, the resulting audio can be listened thru the net by various players available on different operating systems.

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LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
License:GPLv2Janet Casey10 May 2002

Leaders and contributors

jaromil Maintainer
Full list of MuSEstreamer contributors Contributor

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug Tracking,Developer,Help,
Bug TrackingVCS Repository Webview
DeveloperVCS Repository Webview

Software prerequisites

Required to buildOgg Vorbis

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 2 March 2017.


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