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Transcode to multiple formats
28-04-2014, 21:55
Post: #11
RE: Transcode to multiple formats
(28-04-2014 11:04)simoncn Wrote:  ...
How do you like 24-bit Radio 3?
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I highly recommend this site.

Once again Simon, thanks for your help. It's all working well. I like the new feature of being able to have only one entry per radio station.

I have found all of my radio statios on that site you recommended.

To my ears, it seems that instruments have bit more "air" around them
when playing the transcoded stream. However, this may be expectational bias on my part.

Did I read somewher about being able to record the radio broadcast. I thought I saw something on one of your forums, but I cannot find it now.
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28-04-2014, 22:15
Post: #12
RE: Transcode to multiple formats
(28-04-2014 21:55)gnomus Wrote:  Once again Simon, thanks for your help. It's all working well. I like the new feature of being able to have only one entry per radio station.

I have found all of my radio statios on that site you recommended.

To my ears, it seems that instruments have bit more "air" around them
when playing the transcoded stream. However, this may be expectational bias on my part.

Did I read somewher about being able to record the radio broadcast. I thought I saw something on one of your forums, but I cannot find it now.

I'm glad to hear this is working well for you.

You can find instructions for stream recording in the MinimStreamer User guide.
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