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Hey all. I am wanting to set up a Audio Streaming server using Mac OS X server 10.2. I just want to know on how you set up a Audio Streaming sever. The computer I will be using is a Xserve. We are thinking that we will be using quicktime cause it already comes with mac os..

Any links/ideas/help would be greatly appreciated.

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I had a Audio streamer once..

look on www.versiontracker.com for free audio streamers..
thats what i did.
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I want to use some original software that comes with Mac OS X server 10.2 like quicktime or something. Because potentially I want to do Video conferencing/streaming as well

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Uses apples quicktime streaming server.
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Uses apples quicktime streaming server.
And how do we do that exactly?
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I am not sure, I never got into it, but I believe I have the server. Its free though.

Just make a quick time stream with audio only and ur set.

I don't understand how deep you don't know what to do..
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Apple Quicktime Streaming Server

Free. Included with OS X Server

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Ok. we know pretty much nothing about audio streaming and setuping up a quicktime server we have looked at documentation but thats told us jack all so if you can give us all the details or give us a website with information about setting up a server it would be great
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How do you set it up for an external source to stream into the computer.
Ex. I am a dj and want to send a live feed from a dance using the quck time server. how do I do that.
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