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PostSubject: Instructions For DJ Broadcasting : By Jack Da Stripper   Wed Aug 01, 2007 1:25 am

There are many ways to do this but this way is deigned to work together for less problems.......Good luck
1. Download winamp 5.XX from www.winamp.com is the full free player http://www.winamp.com/player/free.........
2. install winamp to your program files and open......
3. go here http://www.winamp.com/plugins/browse.php?search=yes&filter=C&query=jetcast
4. download Jetcast dsp/plug in for Winamp v2 and open the file, install to your program files, click finish.
5. start your Winamp, a small Jetcast box should appear, click on the hammer icon and set up as follows...
General - check the box and the sound card on your comp. will appear in the first box, the second box should say - microphone
Language - dont check this box! use the default language......
Format - check Use MP3 as streaming format, the next 2 are blank and the quality is set at 48 kbps,but you NEED to configure to 20Kbits/11025Hz stereo to reduce buffering

Station - MX Radio
Homepage - www.jetaudio.com
language - English
Genre - ?? whatever you like
Generation - N/A
Commentary - with Comment
Details - Tune in for Music , Comedy request nites and More!
*******next page*******
DJ Info - your Name , your real e-mail address and sex
*******next page*******
Time - irregular
*******next page*******
Private settings - Do not enter nothing here
*******next page *******
Title format String - the (your name ) Show .... enter http://your ip
(For your ip go to www.whatismyip.com )

******next Page*******
Server - Streaming port is 9000 ... Max Listeners is 8 .........do not enter anything into the config on this page!....
*******next Page*******
Directory Server - check both boxes and click ok, these changes will take place after restarting!!!!.........
RESTART!!!!!PC....... ALWAYS check winmx bandwith settings reduced to a min and both boxes are checked, no uneeded apps running in background ie msn etc, uploads and downloads are cancelled , recheck ip after reboot and re-add new ip (if changed to metadata in jetcast)but most importantly REBOOT before a show .. Thanks
You will now be able to Broadcast!
Your Address is going to be as Follows - http://(your ip):9000 if you have a firewall(If you have a Firewall or Router you should allow JetCast to have access through ports 9000 9001 & 9010. ) or a router these Ports MUST be opened!!! or it will not work!
www.portfoward.com for router probs
Start winamp and load up your music, select and play a song, click on the satelite icon of the Jetcast box (the first 1) and it should flash green and say "On Air" You're Broadcasting!!!!!
When Broadcasting Minimize ALL internet ,Winmx Badwidth settings ie 10000 need to be adjusted in setting for best results, I dont up or download anything while Broadcasting!!!

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TO SET UP THE MICROPHONE
bottom right in you teask bar there is a speaker icon right click and scroll to adjust audio properties
then click on voice and go to the test hardware button and click
follow the instructions
right go back to the icon again right click and this time go to open vol control
now this opens a volume control panel and in middle somewhere ya will see microphone option ,, click on the advance button on the microphone option and make sure the boost box is ticked
make sure mute box is unchecked also the volume on mic option is set pretty high but not too high
and ya ready to test!!!
now when on air click on the mic bottom bottom left of your jetcast,,, and talk.. remember to depress when you have stopped talking ,,,,,

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PROBLEMS
Number one the IP address you are using is your private IP address, meaning that if anyone is going to hear you they have to be on your local network.

Try going to http://www.whatismyip.com and use that IP address to give to your friends, this IP address is your public IP addess and anyone on the internet can access it. Be warned that many ISP's change your IP address so once you get things working if it stops then you should check your IP address first.

Next to forward your ports login to your router. http://192.168.0.1/

Under the "Advanced" tab click on "Virtual Servers". Enter your private IP address and the port that you've setup JetCast to use. (By default it's 9000.) Make sure you hit the "Apply" button, you should receive a message stating "Rules successfully applied" or something to that affect.

After all that you're ready to try broadcasting. If you're broadcasting in MP3 your link is http://publicip:port/listen.pls

Try this link to see if your streaming or not
http://www.radiotoolbox.com/online_tools/stream_test.php
It will want to say that "A server is running on this port!"
If not, you are not broacasting. Make sure your settings do not include an external server if your not using one.
Also, Rule #1. Always reboot your comptuer after making changes.
Not a restart, a cold reboot.

http://www.geocities.com/peercast_listener/how2jet.htm <--------- jetcast how-to

FOR THOSE folk who do not have ACM Encoder
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Audio/Audio-CD-Rippers-Encoders/LAME-ACM-Codec.shtml

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WINDOWS FIREWALL....
control panel/security/firewall...
uncheck dont allow exceptions, then under Exceptions tab...
add program [ if you dont see the program, like i didnt] click on browes and find the .exe file
no port info to enter here
and you cant do both tcp and ucp... in went with tcp

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CREATING A NO-IP.COM ACCOUNT

Are you setting up a web site, ftp site, mail server or any other type of online service that you want people to reach. Then here are seven simple steps to follow to get yourself setup and online with No-IP.com.

    1) Create an account
    2) Confirm your account
    3) Login to your account
    4) Add a host or domain to your account
    5) Making it dynamic
    6) Configure your router
    7) Run your services

Step 1: Create and account
To create an account with No-IP.com simply click the "Sign-up Free!" link at the top of the page, or click here. Fill in the required fields on the new account form and click the "Sign Up Now!" button on the top of the page.
Step 2: Confirm your account
Once you have entered your account information into the new user form, and have submitted it, you will receive an email to the address you provided. You will need to check that account and look for the email from No-IP.com. Inside the email you will see a link to confirm your account, click this link. (Yahoo and Hotmail customers click here)
Step 3: Login to your account
Now that you have confirmed your account, you can login to No-IP.com. On the top of the page just below the No-IP logo. You will see an area to enter your email address and password. Enter the information that you signed up with, and click "Login".
Step 4: Add a host or domain to your account
You should now be logged into the No-IP.com members section. Here you can create a host by selecting "Add host" from the "Hosts/Redirects" menu,
or you can add a domain to the system by selecting "Plus" then "Add my domain" from the left hand navigation. When adding a domain, follow the onscreen instructions.
Step 5: Making it dynamic
Now that you have a host or domain in your account, if you have a dynamic IP address, you'll want to install our Dynamic Update Client. This is a free download from our downloads tab at the top of the site.
After installing the Dynamic Update Client, be sure to configure it with your Email address and password that you used to login to this site.
Step 6: Configure your router
If you have a router/firewall in place on the network where your pc/server resides. You will need to make sure that it is configured to allow the appropriate traffic into the destination machine. Please consult your router's manual and look for port forwarding. Common ports to forward are port 80 for web, port 21 for ftp, and port 25 for mail. Only forward the ports that you need to use. To verify that your router is setup correctly, visit www.canyouseeme.org.
Step 7: Run your services
With the above configuration in place you can now run your services and address you machine with the host or domain you created! If you run into trouble be sure to check our FAQ and our Tips section for help.


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