Stream-2-Stream 1.0 reviewDownload
Stream-2-Stream project (abbreviated "s2s" or "S2S") allows anyone with a normal broadband connection to set up their own radio stati
Stream-2-Stream project (abbreviated "s2s" or "S2S") allows anyone with a normal broadband connection to set up their own radio station or internet television, for free.
Stream-2-Stream stations have no user limit; stations can be set up without paying a fortune for bandwidth. Stream-2-Stream saves bandwidth by passing streams from one peer to another, rather than everyone getting a stream from one central server (Shoutcast/Icecast).
Supported codecs are MP3, NSV, and Ogg Vorbis.
Here are some key features of "Stream 2 Stream":
Integrated MP3, Ogg media player. No external media player needed to listen!!!
Easy to use GUI
Bandwidth is tested automatically for the best p2p streaming performance
Settings are saved to xml
Easy to use server command-line
A shoutcast/icecast internet radio/TV Station is used as the source
Freeloaders/Leechers (peers that only listen but don't want to send out the stream to other listeners) will be detected
The data stream can be signed; you can be sure that it arrives unchanged
Very efficient communication (low overhead).
The network structure can be viewed with a monitor
Peers can be denied service
Streams can be recorded to files for later viewing
What's New in This Release:
s2s protocol version 3 provides streaming through TCP, UDP, and Multicast+.
The number of listeners can be seen.
GUI mechanics fixed
LanPages changed to multicast
Player and Web ports switched for easy port forwarding.
Public player connections can now be toggled in the options menu.
Xml file can be specified with the arg -x file.xml
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