Jul 25 2005
Version 1.8 of Rogue Amoeba’ Nicecast broadcasting application brings with it several major new features as well as many under-the-hood changes and bug fixes.
Nicecast 1.8 features easier setup for networks which require
reconfiguration to allow outside listeners as well as support for UPnP (Universal Plug-And-Play) and NAT-PMP (Network Address Translation Port Mapping Protocol) routers, which will automatically be configured as needed. The new version also brings broadcasters enhanced security and control, with the ability to kick listeners and password protect that stream. As
well, Nicecast will automatically block unwanted search engine robots from tuning in on OS X 10.4.
Nicecast 1.8 is available immediately for download and is a free update for all previously registered users. New users are encouraged to test Nicecast out and then purchase it, for just USD$40.