We are a community FM broadcaster in rural Washington, USA. We have a Wowza server license and a dedicated Centos computer to host it. We need some help configuring the Wowza server and a Shoutcast server with either sc_trans or LiquidSoap.
The limitation we have at our host site is that we can only have a single stream into that site from our encoder. The ISP has mostly consumer customers so the upstream bandwidth is mostly unused and they have offered it to us in trade for underwriting mentions on the air.
We want the Wowza server to be our principal server, receiving a high quality/high bit rate AAC stream from the encoder (Telos Z/IPStreamer). We’d like to feed Shoutcast (or Icecast) server(s) to provide legacy MP3 and AAC streams (listen.pls and listen.asx) to older devices at a single bitrate (like 128 Kbps). The idea is that Wowza will provide all the supported stream transport methods and feed a stream to sc_trans or LiquidSoap to feed the Shoutcast server(s) for the legacies.
If you’ve done this and can help us do the configurations please contact me. We’re not a big commercial broadcast chain so money is tight, but we’re willing to pay for your time or a fixed amount. We really can’t afford to pay for you to learn how to do this.