Before I start, I am hoping that you A) have downloaded Icecast 2 and B) have some software installed that is compatible with Icecast 2 (Like SAMBroadcaster, etc..).
Right, first extract the icecast download and put it somewhere easy to navigate to (I put mine on the root of my C drive). Now navigate to "/icecast/etc/"
There will be a file in there called "icecast.xml". Open that with Notepad and scroll down just a tiny bit and you'll see an "<authentication>" section. You will need to change the passwords here (default: hackme) that I've highlighted, change them to something that'll... [read more]
Ok, could someone at the IPC be able to explain why when I visit the Paralympic website, then click onto their YouTube link - which shows that they're currently streaming live the opening ceremony - is telling me "The uploader has not made this video available in your country. Sorry about that."??
I am in the United Kingdom... you are in the United Kingdom. So why on earth is the footage banned from me to watch? Ain't really happy about this.
This is a feature that a lot of people who liked to record Skype calls, record streaming audio and other various audio recording tasks used when on Windows XP, however upon using Windows Vista you cannot find the "Stereo" / "Line in" option in your Recording Devices.
Many people believed that Microsoft had got rid of it, however it's still there... it's just hidden. Here is how to get it working again.
1) Right click on your volume option down in the system tray and selected "Recording Devices".
You should now see something like this (usually... [read more]
Now we all know Napster... all those bad times it went through then it's transformation to legality, well there is a slightly new-ish piece of software released, which I only came across last night and I think it's brilliant!
Think of a Free Napster for life, with no buffering (so instant playing), playlists, custom made radio stations and artist listings that will even make the biggest music fan weak at the knees! Well this piece of software has it!
The software is called Spotify and is free to download for the United Kingdom... [read more]