|Description||At the Camp, the c3voc will provide a free audio-streaming infrastructure for everybody who wants to transmit music, sound or noise to the world wide webs. Those streams will appear side-by-side with the main video- and audio-streams.|
|Persons working on||MaZderMind|
|Self-organized sessions||create self-organized session|
|Tags||voc, streaming, radio|
|Located at village||Village:C3VOC|
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At the Camp, the c3voc will provide a free audio-streaming infrastructure for everybody who wants to transmit music, sound or noise to the world wide webs. Those streams will appear side-by-side with the main video- and audio-streams at https://streaming.media.ccc.de/. If you intend to publish one or more such streams, please check back here during Camp. We'll set up a page where you will be able to register your streams.
Generating a stream
You can use any computer that can produce an icecast2 stream, like one of the applications listed on http://icecast.org/apps/. The c3voc uses raspberry-pis with an usb soundcard to do the streaming for for the main party locations. We run an archlinux on our pis with an ffmpeg streaming service. You can download a basic Image to
gunzip | dd onto an SD-Card for the RaspberryPi and the BeagleBoneBlack, but please be aware that we offer absolutely no support for it. They'll take an IP via DHCP and announce their existance via Avahi and LLDP. The Login for them is root/root. The important Config-Files are symlinked into root's homedir.