butt (broadcast using this tool) is an easy to use, multi OS streaming tool.
It supports ShoutCast and IceCast and runs on Linux, MacOS and Windows.
The main purpose of butt is to stream live audio data from your computers Mic or Line input
to an Shoutcast or Icecast server. Recording is also possible.
It is NOT intended to be a server by itself or automatically stream a set of audio files.
- Works with SHOUTcast and Icecast
- Runs on all three major operating systems. Mac OS X, Linux and Windows up to 8.1
- Supports aac+, mp3, ogg/vorbis and ogg/opus for streaming
- Supports aac+, mp3, ogg/vorbis, ogg/opus, flac and wav for recording
- Is able to connect to a server after starting up automatically
- Is able to start a recording after connecting to a server automatically
- Recording can be split after a user defined amount of time
- Current song can either be updated manually or automatically by reading a file
- Configuration files can be imported and exported
- Status display shows infos about the current state (click on it)
- Automatically reconnects in case the connection has been interrupted
- Has a VU Meter with peak hold
- Is able to attentuate and amplify the input volume
- Can stream and record with different bitrates
- Display colors can be changed as desired
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When people ask to see my butt, I have no problems getting my butt out and showing them. I show them how flexible it is and how easily I can get it to do what I want. I show them all the different streams that can come out of my butt. It's fantastic. Buttastic, in fact.
Fantastic, lightweight piece of software. Some additional work required on the audio properties (eg being able to select input channels) but this is my goto streamer.
OMG! it's THE Program to broadcast for ShoutCast works perfectly! very stable, lots of choices!!
The tool is great, we've been using it to have our own-community internal radio for 3 years already suggestion - it would be great to implement something like auto-adjust input volume (automatically lower - so it doesn't go too high, won't you agree ?
I use this for my church to send back a stream to my icecast server at home. I also use it to locally record the audio. This utility has helped me eliminate the need to use both oddsock (under Winamp) and m3w. Killed two birds with one stone. Marvelous!