Audio encoding with AAC Plus.
You can use the Winamp enc_aacplus.dll to encode AAC Plus audio for your NSV stream.
You must copy the enc_aacplus.dll file from the Winamp\Plugins directory
and place it in the the NSV tools folder. You must rename the enc_aacplus.dll
file to nsv_coder_aacp.dll file.
You also need to copy the nscrt.dll file from your Winamp player.
Go to the Winamp\Plugins directory and copy the nscrt.dll file into the NSV tools folder.
Configurihng AAC Plus Encoding.
You can achieve the best
blend of quality and encoding speed by using the following configurations in the AAC Plus
Low bit rate (Less than 36 kbs) MP3 audio
encoding using LAME.
You must download a copy of the latest LAME
encoder lame_enc.dll. You must then
replace the lame_enc.dll in the NSVtool package with the latest LAME encoder that you
have obtained. You will have more options on the bit rate using this new
compiled lame audio encoder. NSV audio can be streamed as low as 10 kbps audio
using this method.
You can download a compiled version of the latest lame_enc.dll from here
Audio from Winamp.
There is a work around that will get audio fed
into a stream from Winamp. In NSVcap, make sure your soundcard is checked under
the devices menu. Next double-click the mini speaker icon in the system tray.
A window will open.
on the Options tab.