Internet Pocket Radio Casting Studio

October 15, 2018

The following Linux based packages can be used to produce Internet casts on servers that are RTMP compatible. They do not use OBS (Open Broadcaster Software). Instead, they are based on ffmpeg and generally require fewer computer resources while producing a high resolution cast at very low bit rates.


Internet Broadcasting & Remote Presentation Automation and Encoding Toolkit is a package to automate and broadcast on the Internet. It manages playlists, video, audio and encodes. It is new and will change frequently. It has been tested mainly on Linux Mint 19 Tara but may work with related systems with appropriate adjustments to the window manager theme (see documentation).

Internet Radio Automation and Encoding Toolkit PDF

Automation-src-2.25.tgz

Video Demo.
Video shows several quick scene and background transitions. Video clip is from the Turkish pop tune "G├╝lsen Bangir Bangir".


 

A low resource internet desktop casting/radio system using Pulse Audio. Permits you to stream to an RTMP server (such as YouTube, iVlog, VaughnLive, etc) with minimal hardware resources. Requires Linux. Based on ffmpeg:

Code: DeskCast-src-001.tgz


 

A low resource internet desktop casting/radio system using JACK Audio. Permits you to stream to an RTMP server (such as YouTube, iVlog, VaughnLive, etc) with minimal hardware resources. Requires Linux. Based on ffmpeg:

Code: JackCast-src-003.tgz