If you do decide to go with software, your option is limited right now. There is no version of Windows Media Player that will handle multiple streams. This means that the only way to achieve this would be through a third-party application such as XStream or DirectShow. Many people have reported success with these programs and claim they work well if installed and configured properly.
The bottom line is, at this time, for streaming purposes, you’re stuck with software inside an application programmed for it’s intended purpose (providing media). Your choices are software such as DirectShow (although some say it doesn’t like Windows 7), or Xstream which supports multiple audio/video streams in certain versions of Windows Media Player 11 by using the DirectPlay function; but no other player will stream more than one audio stream in Windows 7 without third party help!
A good article on how DirectShow works: http://www.digitalhomeinc.com/direct-show-guide-on.-how-to.-use.-directshow-in/?cat=496&paged=2#article445426395 Is there anything else I should know about streaming?All the audio passed over the network SHOULD be set to 16bit / 44khz so it can be saved independently if needed… And yes – it MUST be played back on another machine..You said you wanted me to recommend what software is best for streaming?If you do decide to go with software, your option
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