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Chapter 8. Webcasting and Servers: Internet Distribution

Chapter 8. Webcasting and Servers: Internet Distribution

It goes without saying that the Internet made the MP3 revolution possible, and by now you've probably spent a good bit of time hoovering tunes out of the ether and onto your own machine. But what if you want to make your own MP3 files available to others over the Web? What if you want to become a webcaster—set up your own Internet radio station and broadcast tracks in real time out to the music-hungry masses? This chapter covers distribution of MP3 files from web and FTP servers, shows you how to set up an MP3 broadcast system, and covers the bandwidth issues that invariably come into play. Note that this chapter does not cover playing back streamed MP3 audio. That's covered in Section 4.6 in Chapter 4.


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