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O'Reilly: Industrial-Strength Webcasting with mod_mp3
Jun 19, 2001, 02 :12 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (1962 reads) (Other stories by Bill Pena)

"This article introduces mod_mp3, a module that optimizes Apache for streaming MP3s."

"... Mod_mp3 gives Apache the ability to use these protocols to stream MP3s and Ogg Vorbis files. This module also adds an XML-RPC API for requesting and controlling custom streams, playlists and RSS output -- almost instantly creating the most powerful platform for webcasting MP3s yet."

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