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  1. #1
    Join Date
    October 2012

    How to live stream a teamspeak 3 channel?

    The non-profit organization I am in do weekly meetings and some of the members use computers that they cant run teamspeak on so I would like to set up a live stream for the channel we hold meetings in. However I have no idea where to even start. Can anyone give me a hand with this?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Europe/Czech Rep.
    Perhaps try Virtual Audio Cable? It is tool that provides virtual sound card in form of tunnel. With it you might be able to use is as playback device in one profile in your teamspeak3 client, and the second end of that virtual card you could use in your program for streaming.
    For that you might look for tutorials on these forums when users want to stream music/radio into teamspeak. You just need to swap recording and playback sides in those tutorials...

    What your question lacks, is however, to what you want to stream it?
    What OS?
    Have you tried to google for teamspeak3 and name of platform you want to use for streaming?
    Other than that, more details needed...

  3. #3
    Join Date
    June 2011
    What you need:
    • Either
      • Spare computer running Windows XP
      • Sound card with good driver for Windows 7
      • Good virtual audio cable skills

    • TS3
    • VLC

    On the computer, select Stereo Mix as your input source and run this:
    "PATH_TO_YOUR_VLC\vlc.exe" dshow:// :dshow-vdev=none :dshow-adev= :sout=#transcode{acodec=mp3,ab=128,channels=1,samplerate=44100}:http{mux=ts,dst=:8080/} --sout-keep
    That's it. Stream is on http://localhost:8080/ ready to be used in whichever player you want. Of course, this must be forwarded in your router. If too many people listen (this stream has 128 kbit/s), you must relay it by running this on a server:
    cvlc -vvv http://YOUR_IP_ADRESS:8080/ --sout '#standard{access=http,mux=ts,dst=:8080}' --network-caching=5000
    This creates a relay on port 8080.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    October 2012
    My TS3 server is running on a remote VPS. If possible I would like to stream it directly from my VPS due to my upload speed on my home pc is utter crap @ .75 upload however there will only be a couple people that will be listening to the stream at most. I could care less what platform. I just need to make the stream available to the couple people that cant run teamspeak.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    October 2012
    Where exactly do I need to run that code?

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