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    Wavepad and Broadwave on same PC

    I've used broadwave to stream our church services for more than a decade. I've separated recording and streaming with 2 different pc's due to issues with the recording glitching when someone would connect to the stream. I am putting together a new system and would like to be able to record and stream in the same machine using broadwave AND wavepad. Anyone know of issues with this approach?
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    Wavepad and Broadwave on same PC

    I've used broadwave to stream our church services for more than a decade. I've been using another program to record. I've separated recording and streaming with 2 different pc's due to issues with the recording glitching when someone would connect to the stream. I am putting together a new system and would like to be able to record and stream in the same machine using broadwave AND wavepad. Anyone know of issues with this approach?
  3. This Topic is intended to help save significant amounts of time and frustration for those attempting to use BroadWave to stream audio from a remote location. I have been attempting to use RDP to stream from a remote computer with an attached microphone to my BroadWave streaming computer. I can get audio to the server computer from my remote computer and can even record it with NCH's WavePad editor but no matter what I do, including installing a couple other pieces of software (fabulatech's Sound Over RDP, for example) BroadWave will NOT pick up the audio. After many hours of testing, tweaking, and re-testing I finally emailed NCH (I didn't buy the additional support) and patiently waited for a reply. In essense, remote audio to BroadWave is not supported. Here is the reply I received: So that being the case, I have a horribly clugy work-around. 1. Set up BroadWave lite on my remote computer. 2. Post a link to the stream on my website and bury the page. --- BTW - it won't work unless you click the link from the page - at least not for long. I was able to just paste the link into my player for a couple weeks but after the trial expired it wouldn't play remotely until I posted the link with the NCH advert. 3. RDP to Server Machine 4. Open buried web page from step 2 and click stream link. 5. Start BroadWave and select "Stereo Mix" as input source. This process works but there is a significant (about 45-60 second) delay and there is a further complication of having 3 places to adjust levels and wait 60 seconds to see full effect of adjustments. If anyone has any other suggestions, I am open to them as I need to be able to give this set up to tech novices and have them be able to get it running without my assistance. Thank you kindly.
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    Streaming to a mobile device

    Many of my listeners are using either android, ipad, or iphone devices. For the most part the flash player will work on android devices but everything I've tried on the iPad, iPhone and non-flash android devices fails. I can see them connect to the stream at the server but it immediately disconnects. I have tried changing the URL and using the mp3 extension instead of the m3u extension to no avail. Bottom line: unless the mobile user has a windows phone or uses a device that supports flash it will not play on that device. Anyone else run into this and have any suggestions or solutions? **Raddad59** - does entering the URL directly into the address bar work for you?
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