- Centova Cast - Reseller Usage Guide
- Centova Cast - Reseller Reference Manual
The stream tab contains the basic configuration settings for the station. The fields available include:
Specifies the username for this streaming server. Note that this is only displayed while creating the account; after the account is created, its username cannot be changed through the account editor.
Specifies the hostname for this streaming server. This is used by the streaming server software to generate self-referencing links, and must be specified. If no hostname is configured in DNS for this server, you should enter server's IP address here.
Specifies the title for the stream. This will be displayed by listeners' media players when they tune into the stream.
Specifies the E-mail of the person in charge of managing the stream. Centova Cast will automatically send notifications to this address when necessary.
Specifies the company/organization name. This may be used by the streaming server for various purposes.
Specifies the URL to the web site associated with this stream (if any). This may be published by the streaming server.
Specifies the password required by streaming sources to connect to this stream and begin broadcasting. This password must be provided to DJs who will be connecting to the server via a live source to perform live broadcasts.
Specifies the password required to login to the client's Centova Cast account or the streaming server's internal administrative interface. Some streaming servers require that this password must differ from the source password, so it is best to use a unique password here.
Specifies the client's time zone. The autoDJ's track scheduler uses this to ensure that the times configured for playlists (in the Playlist Manager) always reflect the client's local time zone.
Specifies the client's preferred locale. This determines the language and the date and time formats used in the control panel.
Specifies the client's preferred character encoding for reading MP3 ID3 (metadata) tags. MP3 audio files do not contain any information about the language or "character set" in which they were encoded, so if the client's MP3s' artist, album or track names use a non-Latin character set (Cyrillic, Asian, etc.), the character encoding must be appropriately to ensure that all of the letters in the alphabet of the client's language are interpreted correctly from the client's media.
Note that this feature is only used for the interpretation of MP3 ID3 tags. Centova Cast itself uses Unicode (UTF-8) character encoding internally which can represent characters from virtually any language.