How to set up SAM broadcaster - Encoder

SAM Broadcaster is a professional DJ system that allows you to stream audio over the internet to listeners across the world.

You can download it from here :

(This tutorial is about the versions PRO and STUDIO)

First go to the pull down menu for Window and select Encoders.  

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To add a new encoder, press the plus button. 

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Select the type of encoding MP3.

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Then you have to setup the bitrate. We recommend you to select 128Kbps, which is the standard industry quality.

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Now, go to the "configuration" section of your station centova administration panel ( You should fill in the blanks with the server's information. 

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Fill in the blanks with this information.

Add the ip address that you will find at "HOST" of your Broadcast link.
Then add the port, the password and the mountpoint.
Attention! In the section "Mount", you have to add a slash (/) before you type the given mountpoint.
Unselect the option "List on public station listing" (optional) and click OK.

Highlight the encoder and press the "Play" button to start encoding

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