Subband Software has released the a new version of their media player, AMP Radio. Version 1.6.7 adds the ability to broadcast live streams. According to Subband Software:
Subband Software today announced AMP Radio 1.6.7, the latest version(free upgrade) of their popular Internet Radio/MP3 Player. The most important new feature is the ability to BROADCAST LIVE STREAMS!
Other features include:
- SDII Audio support
- Information Scroller Speed Control
- Station Stop Timer
- Minor Playlist and Preferences Bugs Fixed
AMP Radio is the only player(and the only application) on the Mac that will allow users to create their own LIVE audio streams. Setup is fast, and after the initial setup, turning the station on takes less than 30 seconds! For more information, read the "Broadcast READ ME", which has been attached to the end of this press release.
AMP Radio plays the following file formats: MP3, MP2, SDII, HTTP MPEG Streams, SHOUTCast Streams, Icecast Streams, AIFF/WAVE, Live Input, IT, XM, S3M, MTM, MOD, PlaySID, QuickTime Streams and Files(Experimental), RealAudio Streams and Files(Experimental), CD Audio, .m3u, and MIDI files!
AMP Radio is also the only Shoutcast player on the Mac to show Now Playing information, letting the user know exactly what he/she is listening to over streams.
AMP Radio is available for US$10, while registered users of previoius versions can upgrade for free. You can find more information at the Subband Software web site.