Nicecast is the easiest way to broadcast music from OS X. Broadcast to the world, or just across your house. Nicecast can help you create your own internet radio station or allow you to listen to your iTunes Music Library from anywhere in the world! By setting up a Nicecast stream broadcasting iTunes, you can listen to your music from anywhere in the world, on a Mac, a PC, or even a Linux machine. All you need is a streaming MP3 player and you'll be grooving to your favorites all the time.
You can use an audio player like iTunes to DJ hour after hour of your favorite music or just to let your friends hear that new song you've been working on. The included VoiceOver effect lets you insert radio-style commentary, right between songs. Radio on your Macintosh has never been this easy or this much fun. Broadcast events live or host a call-in show - anything you can plug into your Mac can also be broadcast out. Want to broadcast your band's next gig? Just plug in a cable from the mixer to your laptop, and run Nicecast. Nicecast is perfect for every type of audio broadcasting - try it out today.
- Instant On 4.1 now supports Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion), allowing for capture of all System Audio, as well as grabbing audio from already-running applications
- Nicecast can again capture audio from QuickTime Player on Lion
- A bug where track titles were not properly sent to newer Shoutcast servers has been corrected
- An issue where the "Low" buffer size setting would cause silent output on Lion has been fixed
- Several other small fixes have been made