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IDJC(1) 							Internet DJ Console							   IDJC(1)

idjc - be a dj on the internet SYNOPSIS
idjc idjc run --help idjc generateprofile --help DESCRIPTION
idjc is a powerful yet easy to use source-client for individuals interested in streaming live radio shows over the Internet using Shoutcast or Icecast servers or for making static recordings. Features include two main media players with a crossfader, a jingles player, microphone signal processing (compressor, noise gate), IRC announcements, automatic stream start/stop and reconnection, simultaneous mp3 and Ogg streaming, up to 12 mono or 6 stereo audio input channels, a DSP interface, a VoIP integration feature, MIDI input device support, audio level meters. It uses GTK+ for the user interface and JACK Audio Connection Kit for the audio back-end permitting the inclusion of third-party audio com- ponents into the mix. ENVIRONMENT
If the ~/.jackdrc file is not present depending on how recent a version of jackd you have JACK will either not start automatically or will start but configure itself with a sample rate of 48000 which is suboptimal for streaming CD audio. It is recommended to create such a file by this method within a console. $ echo "/usr/bin/jackd -d alsa -r 44100 -p 2048" > ~/.jackdrc If you prefer to start the JACK sound server manually you can do so like this. $ jackd -d alsa -r 44100 -p 2048 Refer to jackd(1) for further details. idjc has native language support built in and takes account of the LANG and LANGUAGE environment variables. SEE ALSO jackd(1), idjcctrl(1) idjc-0.8.7 2011-10-08 IDJC(1)

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JACK_NETSOURCE(1)					      General Commands Manual						 JACK_NETSOURCE(1)

jack_netsource - Netjack Master client for one slave SYNOPSIS
jack_netsource [ -H hostname ] [ options ] DESCRIPTION
jack_netsource The Master side of a netjack connection. Represents the slave jackd -dnet in the master jack graph. Most connection parame- ters are configured via the netsource, and the slave will set itself up according to the commandline option given to jack_netsource. Netjack allows low latency audio connections over general IP networks. When using celt for compression, it is even possible to establish transatlantic links, with latencies not much over the actual ping time. But the main usecase is of course a LAN, where it can achieve one jack period of latency. OPTIONS
-h this help text -H slave host Host name of the slave JACK -o num channels Number of audio playback channels -i num channels Number of audio capture channels -O num channels Number of midi playback channels -I num channels Number of midi capture channels -n periods Network latency in JACK periods -p port UDP port that the slave is listening on -r reply port UDP port that we are listening on -B bind port reply port, for use in NAT environments -b bitdepth Set transport to use 16bit or 8bit -c bytes Use CELT encoding with <bytes> per period and channel -m mtu Assume this mtu for the link -R N Redundancy: send out packets N times. -e skip host-to-network endianness conversion -N jack name Reports a different client name to jack -s, --server servername Connect to the jack server named servername -h, --help Display help/usage message -v, --version Output version information and exit EXAMPLES
run a 4 audio channel bidirectional link with one period of latency and no midi channels. Audio data is flowing uncompressed over the wire: On hostA: jackd -d alsa jack_netsource -H hostB -n1 -i4 -o4 -I0 -O0 On hostB: jackd -d net 0-122-0 September 2012 JACK_NETSOURCE(1)
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