- Download the AudioServer installation package from our download page.
- Run the installation package and install the AudioServer.
- If this is your first time starting up the AudioServer, the Windows firewall may display the following dialog box. Just click on the "Unblock" button to continue.
Select audio input - WinXP
Audio input device- You may have multiple input devices to choose from. Select the one you are using to play back the audio.
Input pin - Use the "Stereo Mixer", "Wave out mix" or "What U hear" if you want to capture system audio output.
Select audio input - Vista
Vista core audio mode - New audio capture mode for Vista. Capable of capturing non-DRM shared audio output from applications.
Audio input device - You may have multiple input devices to choose from. Select "Stereo Mixer", "Wave out mix" or "What U hear" if you want to capture system audio output. For some new notebooks, the "Stereo Mixer" is either hidden or removed due to digital copy right protection. In this case you can choose "Vista core audio mode" to capture the shared system audio output.
Input pin - Master Volume.
Test the audio capture
- Check the "Record to file" checkbox.
- Enter file name (say "foo.wav") to store the captured audio.
- Start playing some music or video.
- Click on "Start" to start recording for short period of time and
click on "Stop" to stop the recording.
- Double click on the file ("foo.wav") to hear the audio you just recorded.
- Click on "Start" button to start streaming. Un-check the "Record to file" checkbox if you don't need to record.
- Click on the minimize button to hide the window.
- There is a small AudioServer icon on the notification area. Right click on it to bring up the menu to restore the window or exit the program.
- The AudioIn will begin to search for the AudioServer's IP address once started. The IP auto search feature should work in most network environments. If AudioServer's IP address can't be found within 5 seconds, a dialog box will pop up to ask user to manually enter the AudioServer's IP address.
- Tap on the AudioServer's IP address to establish the connection.
- Use Play/Pause button to start/pause the audio streaming.
Streaming buffer size
Streaming buffer size can be adjusted from 0.2 to 1.00 second. You can set the size according to your network environment and the media you are playing. For example:
- Set to smaller size if you are watching a movie while close to wireless router.
- Set to larger size if you are listening to music.
- The volume control is used to adjust the volume(gain) of audio samples. It cannot control the system volume. For iPod Touch V1 user, please adjust the system volume to high before starting audio streaming.
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User configurable keys
To define the user configurable key:
- Click on the "Edit" button to enter the edit mode.
- Click on the button you like to define.
- Select the shortcut keys.
- Enter the label for the button.
- Click on "Save" to save the setting.
- Click on "Done" button to exit the edit mode.