Study how to create a audio streaming boardcast server on IP network, currently we can find out some Open Source Project on internet.
- mpegrec: Linux/Win32 line-in/mic MP3 recorder (requires LAME).
- MixMP3 by Dmitry Lesnikov
- Messer by Dariusz Sieradzki
- LAMEr, also a nice Windows frontend
PeerCast: PeerCast is a simple, free way to listen to radio and watch video on the Internet. It uses P2P technology to let anyone become a broadcaster without the costs of traditional streaming. This means you get to hear and watch stations not normally found on commercially funded sites.
JRTPLIB is an object-oriented RTP library written in C++. It was first developed for my thesis at the School for Knowledge Technology (or ‘School voor Kennistechnologie’ in Dutch), a cooperation between the Hasselt University and the Maastricht University.
MPEG4IP provides an end-to-end system to explore streaming multimedia. The package includes many existing open source packages and the "glue" to integrate them together. This is a tool for streaming video and audio that is standards-oriented and free from proprietary protocols and extensions.
Provided are a live MPEG-4/H.261/MPEG-2/H.263 MP3/AAC/AMR broadcaster and file recorder, command line utilities such as an MP4 file creator and hinter, and an player that can both stream and playback from local file.