live feed solution

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Hi 

i look for a solution for live stream  Audio from my flex radio , need low latency

any idea ?

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Marc Lalonde

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Jim Gilliam

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Remaud works very well if you stream from a PC. Broadwave audio streams from a PC and can be received both on a client PC or a smartphone.


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Marc Lalonde

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i target more something that is preferably web based 

since i have good station i what to supply audio to a local visual blind net operator
so try to have something simple on other end 

have try whit RCforb remoteham  but it interfere whit my own operation 
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Hi Marc

What about using using and audio streaming service like Broadcastify, but it is likely too slow.

You could also do a simple VoIP solution like what they do for repeaters or even Echolink.  Maybe Astersisk?

Mike 
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David

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Open Broadcaster Software stream to YouTube, Facebook, other methods.
https://obsproject.com/
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Marc Lalonde

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ok Thank  all  ,will look  OBS 
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Aside for the small latency from the radio itself, most of the latency will be dependent on internet itself.

But generally latency is fairly short. From a few milliseconds to a bit longer. I have experienced up to 1 minuet at times.
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Ron W4RDM

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I've been using VLC for listening on my Tennessee remote for about 10 years. The latency is long. But for listening it doesn't matter. Works well with my Amazon Echo from the TuneIn skill. 

https://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html