An icecast client to broadcast live audio, rather than prerecorded mp3's
 
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liveice-sn04-2.src.rpm  - An icecast client to broadcast live audio, rather than prerecorded mp3's
https://sourceforge.net/projects/liveice/
Name: liveice
Version: sn04
Release: 2
Group: Applications/Multimedia
Size: 129034
   
Build on: Mon Jun 15 14:31:56 2009
Vendor: ATrpms.net
Packager: ATrpms
Signature: DSA/SHA1, Mon Jun 15 14:31:56 2009 ( [expires: 2007-12-31])

LiveIce is a live streaming program that allows input either from your
soundcard's line in or from mp3 files to be mixed and re-encoded and then
streamed to an icecast server. This means that you can use liveice with
your microphone and do live audio broadcasts, or even use a mp3 playlist
and use the multi channel support to speed up, slow down, adjust volumes,
and mix between the two channels, and then re-encode the data at a lower
bitrate to be sent out to an icecast server.

   

Fri Jun 12 12:00:00 2009 Paulo Roma sn04-2
- rebuild for Fedora 10
- no longer stripping binary.
- added BR ncurses-devel.
- added Requires lame.
- fixed URL.
- changed login default type to HTTP_LOGIN.
- patched for using big endian (lame).
- patched interface for having HTTP_LOGIN.

Mon Jan 15 11:00:00 2007 Paulo Roma sn04-1
- rebuild for Fedora 6
- improved the spec file.

Fri Sep 2 12:00:00 2005 Peter Hanecak 20000530-5
- rebuild for Doors 8.0 (FC4)
- fixed %file attributes for liveice.cfg

   

Tue Sep 7 12:00:00 2004 Peter Hanecak 20000530-4
* Sun Sep 22 2002 Peter Hanecak 20000530-3
- do not disable low bitrates for new lame3
- little clean up

Tue Dec 4 11:00:00 2001 Peter Hanecak
- updated to current snapshot: 20000530
- %{_tmppath} used
- s/Copyright/License
- updated lame-no-status patch

Mon May 22 12:00:00 2000 Peter Hanecak
- initial spec derived from icecast spec
- makefile patch
- lame-no-status patch


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