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Supercast is a SHOUTcast-compatible streaming MP3 audio server for Unix. Its most distinctive feature is its ability to re-encode the source stream at one or more other bit rates, and broadcast the resulting stream(s) along with the original. This makes it easier to simultaneously broadcast high-bandwidth and low-bandwidth streams with the same content.

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Recent releases

  •  22 Jul 2002 02:45

    Release Notes: A fix was made for a serious memory leak and a compatibility issue with Python 2.2, and convenient configuration options were added for listening on a particular IP address and encoding a medium- or low-bandwidth stream.

    •  31 Dec 2001 02:47

      Release Notes: Windows Media Player compatibility, simplified configuration of single server without reencoding, removal of extraneous logging, improved server status page, and several bugfixes (especially in relaying to other servers).

      •  26 Dec 2001 18:23

        Release Notes: Addition of a source file that was missing in the previous release.

        •  22 Dec 2001 07:48

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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