airtime ~ Broadcast Streaming Radio

Airtime is an open source application that provides remote and
collaborative automation of a broadcast radio station.

Major features:

  • Web-based remote station management. Authorized personnel can add
    programme material, create playlists or smart blocks, and stream in live,
    all via a web interface.
  • Automation. Airtime has a scheduler function that enables users to
    create shows with content for playback at the exact date and time specified.
  • Playlists, smart blocks and remote stream URLs can be used multiple times.
  • Solid playout. Airtime uses the open source Liquidsoap streaming language for reliable and precise playback to multiple outputs.
  • Open, extensible architecture. Stations are free to extend and alter
    all parts of the program code, under the GNU AGPLv3 license.

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Ampache ~ Open Source File Manager & Server

A web based audio / video streaming (PHP) application and file manager allowing you to access your music & videos from anywhere, using almost any internet enabled device.

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Zinf ~ The New FreeAmp Player

The Zinf audio player is a simple, but powerful audio player for Linux and Win32. It supports MP3, Ogg/Vorbis, WAV and Audio CD playback, SHOUTcast/Icecast HTTP streaming, RTP streaming, a powerful music browser, theme support and a download manager.

Zinf is based on the FreeAmp source code. However, AMP® is a trademark of PlayMedia Systems, Inc., and therefore the original name of the project cannot be used any longer. On this website the old project will be referred to as FreeA*p.

Why Zinf? Zinf Is Not FreeA*p!

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Krut ~ Audio / Video Recorder

Krut Computer Recorder is an open source, cross platform, screencast tool to record audio and video from your computer screen into .mov-files and .wav-files. It can be used to make video tutorials or record games. It can also be used to record from streaming video and audio.

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Volumio ~ Audiophile Headless Player

Volumio is an headless audiophile music player, designed to play music with the highest possible fidelity. Volumio runs on most embedded devices (Raspberry Pi, UDOO, Odroid, Cubieboard, Beaglebone, Pine64, Allo Sparky…) and on any ordinary PC (x86).

Volumio is a free and open source Linux distribution, designed and fine-tuned exclusively for music playback. It runs on a variety of devices, typically small and inexpensive computers like the Raspberry PI, but also on low power PCs, notebooks or thin clients.

By flashing (installing) Volumio on any of these platforms, it will then become an headless audiophile music player. Headless means that the only way to control it will be with another mobile phone, computer or tablet.

This is made possible by Volumio’s User Interface: a web applications that runs on any device with a browser, and that allows for an easy and intuitive control of your playback sessions. All communications between the web app and Volumio will happen through your home network.

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MOC ~ Music On Console

MOC (music on console) is a console audio player for LINUX/UNIX designed to be powerful and easy to use.

You just need to select a file from some directory using the menu similar to Midnight Commander, and MOC will start playing all files in this directory beginning from the chosen file. There is no need to create playlists as in other players.

However if you want to combine some files from one or more directories on one playlist, you can still do it. The playlist will be remembered between runs or you can save it as an m3u file and load it whenever you want.

Need the console where MOC is running for more important things? Need to close the X terminal emulator? You don’t have to stop listening to the music – just press q and the interface will be detached leaving the server running. You can reattach it later, or you can attach one interface in the console, and another in the X terminal emulator, no need to switch just to play another file.

MOC plays smoothly, regardless of system or I/O load because it uses the output buffer in a separate thread. It provides gapelss playback because the next file to be played is precached while the current file is playing.

Internet streams (Icecast, Shoutcast) are supported.

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