RadioCaster takes care of all your Internet radio-broadcasting needs with its simple yet effective interface and its exceptionally reliable stability. It can broadcast audio from any source connected to the PC, including analog.
Description: RadioCaster takes any type of audio, including analog recordings, from devices which are connected to the computer. It can also broadcast any audio being played on the computer. It will then broadcast them online for your Internet radio station. The program allows you to stream this audio on an unlimited number of servers from your computer. You can easily use old audio sources from playback devices connected to the computer and have them seamlessly converted to high-quality streaming radio stations on the web for the world to hear. The software also provides detailed statistics about the listeners to your site, a feature which allows you to determine important things such as the popularity of a particular radio station. You can use these reports to create a better experience for your listeners, ultimately drawing in more visitors to your site. RadioCaster has minimal system requirements and it is able to work with any computer running Windows 2000 and above with a 400 MHz CPU or better and a DirectX-compatible sound card. Windows 7 is supported too, including 64-bit versions.
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