Custom encoding with TinyWebRadio



Please note that these are just an examples and the quality can probably be made better by altering the arguments. If you change the arguments and get good results please share it with me so I can post it the website.

Command line encoders

Download Lame here http://www.rarewares.org/mp3-lame-bundle.php
Download FFMpeg here http://www.videohelp.com/tools/ffmpeg
Download FAAC here http://rarewares.org/aac-encoders.php


Encode to mp3 using lame above version 3.97

1) Take lame.exe and place it in TinyWebRadios "encoders"-folder.
2) In TinyWebRadio, go to Settings, click on Recording
3) As encoder, choose "Custom" and click on the Add-button
4) Enter a name for it, for example "Lame MP3"
5) Select the executable lame.exe in the "encoders"-folder
6) Enter the following as arguments: -b 128 - %o%
7) Enter .mp3 as extension
8) Select "24-bit integer sample data"
9) This should output a 128k mp3-file when recording.

Encode to wma using FFMpeg

1) Take ffmpeg.exe and place it in TinyWebRadios "encoders"-folder.
2) In TinyWebRadio, go to Settings, click on Recording
3) As encoder, choose "Custom" and click on the Add-button
4) Enter a name for it, for example "FFmpeg WMA"
5) Select the executable ffmpeg.exe in the "encoders"-folder
6) Enter the following as arguments: -i - -acodec wmav2 -ab 128k %o%
7) Enter .wma as extension
8) Select "24-bit integer sample data"
9) This should output a 128k wma-file when recording.

Encode to aac using FAAC

1) Take faac.exe and place it in TinyWebRadios "encoders"-folder.
2) In TinyWebRadio, go to Settings, click on Recording
3) As encoder, choose "Custom" and click on the Add-button
4) Enter a name for it, for example "FAAC"
5) Select the executable faac.exe in the "encoders"-folder
6) Enter the following as arguments: -b 128 -o %o% -
7) Enter .aac as extension
8) Select "32-bit integer sample data"
9) This should output a 128k aac-file when recording.