Multicast music

Discussion in 'other features (of release or svn versions)' started by Peter2, April 27, 2010.

  1. Peter2
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    Hi,

    I have managed to stream music on my lan synchronized to multiple pc's with VLC which works well.
    After that, I tried to do the same with MP as a client and added the address - rtp://<multicast address with and without '@' as in VLC> - as a radio channel(webstream) in the server configuration but that didn't work.

    Does this work in some way on MP now?

    I wonder if an idiot proof implementation to multicast audio/video in MP2 is foreseen because as more people are adding multiple clients to their network, this would be an interesting feature.


     
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