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Nicecast Encoder Setup Tutorial


Nicecast can work with most audio applications on Mac OS X including iTunes. The Plug-In architecture supports sophisticated functionality including live voice-over. Because Nicecast supports Icecast protocols for webcasting, it is compatible with Darwin/QuickTime Streaming Server and also with SHOUTcast servers.

The steps to configure Nicecast to webcast through DSS/QTSS are:

- launch Nicecast.

- display the Nicecast server configuration window by selecting Nicecast Server from the Window menu.

The server window lets you define:

- name for your reference.

- on the server type field select Shoutcast. (Nicecast also support Icecast1 and 2.)

- the IP address or DNS name of the server.

- this is the address the you received in the setup email. Also you have this in your account page.

- the port number number that you need to put in corresponding field can also be found on the account page.

- the broadcast password.

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Nicecast support live voice over providing a method to mix live audio with audio streaming from an application such as iTunes.

This capability is accessed from the Effects Window:

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Once you have added the Voice Over effect, you can configure the input from the voice over window:

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Nicecast also supports archiving. Your webcasts can be saved directly to mp3 files via the Nicecast Archiving window:

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All other settings for your webcast can be configured from the Nicecast Broadcast window. When you have everything configured, click the "Start Broadcast" button to start webcasting:

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If you still have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact our support center via livechat, email or phone. You can find more on our contact page.

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