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Thread: Re-streaming from Shoutcast.

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    Default Re-streaming from Shoutcast.

    Guys, I am new here and I was wondering if someone can help me please. I've just installed Wowza and I've followed the directions given here: http://www.wowza.com/forums/content.php?40#urlSHOUT.

    The server seems to be working, but no matter what I do I can't get it to stream. My Shoutcast server url is http://204.93.161.209:8000/;. I think my Wowza server url is: http://204.93.161.209:8086 (Not sure). Can someone please show me what I'm doing wrong? I currently have Shoutcast and Wowza installed on a Win 2008 server and I would like to use the JWplayer. Unfortunately, JWp doesn't support JWp.
    I don't know how to get the RTMP url.
    Also, I don't know if this makes any difference, but the radiostation.stream file that I'm using, might not be properly configured. here's the info from the file:

    [playlist]
    NumberOfEntries=3
    File1=http://spanglish101.fm:8000/;Title1=Digitally Imported - Lounge
    Length1=-1
    File2=http://spanglish101.fm:8000/;Title2=Digitally Imported - Lounge
    Length2=-1
    File3=http://spanglish101.fm:8000/;Title3=Digitally Imported - Lounge
    Length3=-1

    I would like to thank you all in advance.
    Version=2

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    The shoutcast URL works.

    This is the Wowza shoutcast tutorial
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....UTcast-Icecast

    Test using:
    [wowza-install-dir]/examples/SHOUTcast/client/shoutcast.html

    Server: rtmp://204.93.161.209:1935
    URL: http://204.93.161.209:8000

    Note port 1935 not 8086 is the common and default port used for RTMP streaming.

    Richard

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    Thanks for your prompt support. Since I have it installed on a remote server, I am not able to hear the stream. (No sound card) However, upon calling [wowza-install-dir]/examples/SHOUTcast/client/shoutcast.html, I don't see a player (blank). I'm therefore, trying to stream in a browser, http://testing.spanglish101.fm/jwplayer/6.html, using your url set up, but I still can't get it to stream. The stream is currently on. http://testing.spanglish101.fm/demo/. Any other suggestions? Thanks again.

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    Anyone????

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    See ya Wowza....Next...

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    Try moving [wowza-install-dir]/examples/SHOUTcast/client/shoutcast.html to a web server. Not sure why you are getting a blank page. Do you have recent Flash plugin installed? I tried your shoutcast url re-streamed in Wowza application with StreamType "shoutcast"

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrlanham View Post
    Try moving [wowza-install-dir]/examples/SHOUTcast/client/shoutcast.html to a web server. Not sure why you are getting a blank page. Do you have recent Flash plugin installed? I tried your shoutcast url re-streamed in Wowza application with StreamType "shoutcast"

    Richard
    I have it on a remote server. Not sure how to call it. It's not just blank. I get the play button, but no player and since I don't have a sound card, I can't hear it. How can I call [wowza-install-dir]/examples/SHOUTcast/client/shoutcast.html from server. I was able to call it via localhost:5080. Thanks

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    This is simple. I have tested your shoutcast URL with your Wowza server (with a player running on my computer), so it all works already.

    You need to run that player either from your local file system by double clicking the file in your OS file explorer, or from a web server:

    [wowza-install-dir]/examples/SHOUTcast/client/shoutcast.html

    Then enter this:

    Server: rtmp://204.93.161.209:1935
    URL: http://204.93.161.209:8000

    Then click play. No sound card is required, just make sure the computer you are doing this on has speakers. It works!

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrlanham View Post
    This is simple. I have tested your shoutcast URL with your Wowza server (with a player running on my computer), so it all works already.

    You need to run that player either from your local file system by double clicking the file in your OS file explorer, or from a web server:

    [wowza-install-dir]/examples/SHOUTcast/client/shoutcast.html

    Then enter this:

    Server: rtmp://204.93.161.209:1935
    URL: http://204.93.161.209:8000

    Then click play. No sound card is required, just make sure the computer you are doing this on has speakers. It works!

    Richard
    Thanks rr, but my problem now is, how to test this url: [wowza-install-dir]/examples/SHOUTcast/client/shoutcast.html, on my local computer. The file is inside a remote server. I can call it inside the server, but I don't know how from another computer. Can you explain please? Thanks again

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    O.K. I got it, however, it still does not play. There's no player being displayed.

    http://testing.spanglish101.fm/shout.html

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