we're going live with our pilot project next semester, and we're simply
using streaming mp3s thru apache....we're integrating it into our current
electronic reserves system, with a flag in our db to decide which header
to send out before the file is pushed....
i think Real does allow for multiple bitrates, which is nice, but we're
sticking to 128, with lots of notices on our pages that if you're using a
dial-up, your mileage may vary....
electronic information services librarian
> We are in the process of evaluating technologies for streaming audio
> reserves to our student patrons.
> From our brief web research, it looks like most folks are using Real
> Server for this.
> Does anyone know of a reason why something like icecast or Artekopia
> Netjuke wouldn't work?