As many of you may know, SAM Broadcaster supports using Streamer as a statistic relay. Therefore, if you have your Streamer stream as a statistic relay, the stream data is being transmitted to AudioRealm.
However, AudioRealm does not know how to listen to Streamer streams. There are two ways to fix this problem in my mind, and I think it is something that should be considered "looking into."
1) The easy way involves not really dealing with AudioRealm. When you try to launch a Streamer stream, it will open the player window and then redirect you to the host name you have set in SAM on the TCP port. For instance, if your host is set to p2pradio.com
in SAM's statisic relay, and my UDP port is 8046 and the TCP port is 8080, AudioRealm will direct you to http://p2pradio.com:8080
. All Streamer would have to do is be able to distinguish the difference between the HTTP headers sent by AudioRealm and the HTTP headers sent by a DSP source, and could then send back a link to Streamer's web site, or send back a link to the "streamerp2p" protocol link, etcetera. (Easily done by using the Client http header)
2) Work with AudioRealm to make a way so that either AudioRealm learns how to create streamerp2p links dynamically, or create a page where AudioRealm can redirect to and send information to to launch a stream.
Just some advise the developers might want to take into consideration.