How to Use Opticodec PC 1010 V3 0 76 for Audio Streaming
Opticodec PC 1010 V3 0 76 is a software application that allows you to encode and stream audio in AAC/HE AAC/aacPlus formats. AAC/HE AAC/aacPlus are advanced audio codecs that offer high quality sound at low bitrates, making them ideal for online radio, podcasting, and webcasting. Opticodec PC 1010 V3 0 76 can be used with any Windows-compliant sound card, or with the Orban Optimod-PC sound card/audio processor for enhanced audio processing. In this article, we will show you how to use Opticodec PC 1010 V3 0 76 for audio streaming.
Step 1: Install Opticodec PC 1010 V3 0 76
To install Opticodec PC 1010 V3 0 76, you need to download the software from the Orban website[^1^]. You will also need a license key to activate the software. You can request a license key by filling out a form on the Orban website[^1^]. After you receive your license key by email, you can run the installer and follow the instructions on the screen. You will need to enter your license key during the installation process.
Step 2: Configure Opticodec PC 1010 V3 0 76
After installing Opticodec PC 1010 V3 0 76, you need to configure it for your audio source and streaming server. To do this, you need to launch the Opticodec PC Configuration application from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. You will see a window with four tabs: Audio Source, Encoder Settings, Streaming Server, and Advanced Settings.
Audio Source: This tab allows you to select your audio source device and adjust the input level. You can choose between a sound card input or an Optimod-PC input. If you use a sound card input, you can select the sound card driver and device from the drop-down menus. If you use an Optimod-PC input, you can select the Optimod-PC device from the drop-down menu. You can also adjust the input level using the slider or by entering a value in dBFS.
Encoder Settings: This tab allows you to select your encoder format and bitrate. You can choose between AAC-LC, HE-AAC v1, HE-AAC v2, or aacPlus v2 formats. You can also choose between mono or stereo channels. The bitrate range depends on the encoder format and channel mode. For example, for HE-AAC v2 stereo, you can choose between 8 kbps and 64 kbps. You can also enable or disable error protection and metadata insertion.
Streaming Server: This tab allows you to enter your streaming server details and test your connection. You can choose between Shoutcast v1, Shoutcast v2, Icecast v2, or RTMP protocols. You need to enter your server address, port number, mount point (for Icecast v2 and RTMP), username (for Icecast v2 and RTMP), password, stream name, stream description, stream genre, stream URL, and stream logo URL (for Shoutcast v2). You can also enable or disable SSL encryption (for Icecast v2 and RTMP) and public listing (for Shoutcast v1 and v2). To test your connection, you can click on the Test button and see if you get a green check mark or a red cross mark.
Advanced Settings: This tab allows you to adjust some advanced settings such as buffer size, sample rate conversion quality, TCP/IP timeout, logging level, and log file location. You can also enable or disable automatic updates and check for updates manually.
Step 3: Start Streaming
After configuring Opticodec PC 1010 V3 0 76, you are ready to start streaming. To do this, you need to launch the Opticodec PC Streaming Encoder application from the Start menu 061ffe29dd