MACAST 1.0.1 Released

eyelikeart

Moderator emeritus
Original poster
Jan 2, 2001
11,897
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Metairie, LA
Switzerland -- January 16, 2002 -- MACAST 1.0.1 has been released and is
available for download. MACAST 1.0.1 is a maintenance release that corrects
numerous problems with streaming media. It is now compatible with servers
using HTTP redirects such as live365.com, SHOUTcast, mp3.com and others. In
addition, MACAST registration process no longer requires an active Internet
connection.

MACAST is a MacOS application designed to provide a fully-featured
environment in which to enjoy many different sound formats, including MPEG
Audio Layer II and III (known as .MP2 and .MP3), CD Audio, and more. MACAST's
Visual and BLR Plugins add a colorful experience to the music, and its skins
allow the user to customize their player anyway he/she likes.

* Enjoy popular MP3 files as well as other music formats.
* Play internet streaming audio, in the form of Shoutcast or Icecast.
* Create playlists of your MP3 files, to organize your music collection.
* Customize your entire player's appearance with skins
* Experience visual effects based on the music, in the form of Visual
Plugins and our NEW BLR plugs
* Adjust the musical tone with our new 10-band equalizer.
* Enjoy ID3 tag support, as well as tag editing capabilities from within
the player, including lyrics support, through the Lyrics Tag.
* Set MACAST to play and drift off to sleep. The Sleep timer will shut down
the computer for you.
* Create your own skins, with minimal programming knowledge needed
* Create your own plugins to enjoy the music with our open plugin API

This update is free to all registered MACAST users. A free 30 day trial
version of MACAST 1.0.1 can be downloaded at:
http://www.macast.com/download.shtml .
 

willmore

macrumors newbie
Jan 18, 2002
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West Lafayette, IN
Blast from the Past

MACAST? Wow, that's old school MP3 playin' right there. I can actually say that MACAST was my first MP3 player ever. I thought I was hot stuff with my 20 songs, more than anyone I knew. :) Here's my history of MP3 players; what does it look like for everyone else?

1. MACAST
2. SoundJam
3. Audion
4. iTunes
5. Mint Audio (extremely fast/cool MP3 player)
6. iTunes (got an iPod, so...)