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Yo no veo la TV MediaBox 404 is a system that allows Web radios to manage track programs and stream music over the Internet. It includes a music streamer, a track planner, and a management Web interface.
<butt> butt (broadcast using this tool) is a Linux tool that grabs audio data from your sound card (line-in, CD, wave, etc.), encodes the PCM data into MP3, and sends it to a streaming server (only Shoutcast is currently supported).<PeerStream Audio Video Streaming> PeerStream Audio Video Streaming server is a lightweight, scalable and multi-purpose streaming server for broadcasting nearly every known audio and video format. It supports all major formats and can be configured to use other, not directly supported media types. Encoding of live data is also possible. Streaming via unicast, multicast, podcast, UPnP shares and bandwidth-saving via a peer-to-peer-network is supported.
<streamnik> The streamnik server is an IPTV server based on the open codecs Ogg/Vorbis and Ogg/Theora. It can stream a number of different channels and is optimized to run on leased (virtual) servers. The program schedule is defined by an SQL database table and can be changed at runtime.<FlowPlayer> FlowPlayer is a free Flash video player. You can easily embed it into HTML pages to play .flv files. FlowPlayer supports progressive downloading and true streaming.
<Video Streaming en Flash> Video Streaming en Flash con Software Libre <Flumotion Streaming Server> Flumotion Streaming Server is a streaming server that supports streaming in free formats. It uses a distributed architecture, and sports an easy-to-use configuration GUI.
<Boxtream > Boxtream is both an audio and video encoder and streamer and an assembly of audio and video hardware, forming a mobile video streaming studio. It is designed to easily record and stream live presentations including a presenter and synchronized slides, or slides only, or presenter only, and was built to stream live courses over the Internet for distance learning students.<Theorur> Theorur is a GUI for streaming Ogg/Theora to an icecast server. It supports A/V input from v4l or IEEE 1394 devices. Theorur needs dvgrab, ffmpeg2theora, and oggfwd_im.
<fIcy> fIcy is a command line icecast/shoutcast stream grabber. Its goal is to cleanly and automatically rip a stream into user-customizable files. It will work with any ICY-compatible stream, allowing you to either to save the stream to disk, pipe the output to a media player, or both.<PeerStream> PeerStream Audio Video Streaming server is a lightweight, scalable and multi-purpose streaming server for broadcasting nearly every known audio and video format. It supports all major formats and can be configured to use other, not directly supported media types. Encoding of live data is also possible. Streaming via unicast, multicast, podcast, UPnP shares and bandwidth-saving via a peer-to-peer-network is supported.
<picostreamer> PicoStreamer is a complete server for live audio/video streaming. It can stream MP3, AAC, and video live using Flash FLV. It does not require any Flash server. It only needs a Web server with Perl and PHP. It requires neither expensive dedicated servers nor compilation on the target machine. A source client (for Win32) is included. A management/playing framework written in PHP makes PicoStreamer simple to use. The PicoIcy component acts as a local shoutcast server emulator, so you can use your preferred shoutcast source client to stream or stream Flash format directly from the Web.<PeerStream> PeerStream Audio Video Streaming server is a lightweight, scalable, mostly Icecast/Shoutcast compatible streaming server for broadcasting nearly every known audio and video format. It supports all major formats and can be configured to use other, not directly supported media types. Encoding of live data is also possible. Streaming via unicast, multicast, podcast, and UPnP shares is supported.
Montando una estación de radio en Internet, con software libre. (1ª parte) The media hive is a streaming media server and Web-based content/playlist manager. It emphasizes usability by making it easy to manage a media catalog that contains multiple media types (mp3, mpg, avi, etc.), and by providing a very full-featured playlist. It also emphasizes extensibility by making it easy to develop new media parsers, playlist actions, event handlers, skins, and more. It has an entire custom tag library devoted to skin development, making it simple for the non-developer to create radically different Web-based user interfaces. It has no installation dependencies and runs on multiple platforms.


  
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