Streams Mac OS X audio input an mp3 webcast.
To install the module for use in your projects:
npm install -g webcast-osx-audio
Global installation exposes the
webcast-audio command to your shell. Running
this command will start listening to input, and connect to a local Chromecast
with a stream of that input.
To direct system audio, use Soundflower.
$ webcast-audio --helpUsage: webcast-audio [options]Options:-p, --port The port that the streaming server will listen on. -b, --bitrate The bitrate
- The interface option is only for reporting the IP address that we're listening on, although we're actually listening on all interfaces.
Feel free to send pull requests! I'm not picky, but would like the following:
- Write tests for any new features, and do not break existing tests.
- Be sure to point out any changes that break API.
Uses latest osx-audio
Rewrites stream handling, fixes issues with a wrong interface being selected, and fixes the
--ifaceoption causing an error.
Handles piping of lame audio differently, to avoid some skipping.
Updates osx-audio dependency.
First release. Splits from chromecast-osx-audio.
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Copyright (c) 2014 Nathan Wittstock
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