Projects / ShoutCastProxy


ShoutCastProxy is a system for saving bandwidth when multiple users in different rooms are listening to the same ShoutCast audio stream. ShoutCastProxy runs on a central server, and connects to whatever ShoutCast server that a client requests. If multiple clients request the same stream, the stream will be downloaded from the original source only once, but will still be sent to all the clients. Multiple proxies can be chained together.

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Recent releases

  •  19 Jul 2003 15:16

    Release Notes: A session should now be much more stable when, for example, the shoutcast server it connects to disconnects for a few moments. You can now also set a limit on the number of clients. The configuration file has been improved--ACLs are now optional.

    •  06 Jul 2003 14:32

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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