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TOPIC: [TUTORIAL] Adding a custom radio station

[TUTORIAL] Adding a custom radio station 19 Mar 2018 18:41 #108073

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Hello, I've been busy for a while thought since I was away this is the least I could do
Keep in mind this is a ADVANCED tutorial and I made it as easy as I could explain though English is not my native Language
In this tutorial I'll show you how to get a custom radio in City Car Driving 1.5.5
Since most radio "stations" in the game are internet stations you also run your own or add your favorite one
For this you'll need Winamp (to play songs) edcast (connects icecast to winamp) Icecast
I've included a rar file with all the files you'll need in this tutorial
I'm using my D: drive. Use the C: drive instead of D:
drive.google.com/open?id=1KrOKoTmMLJ--7MQ64X4dUezsW1tmRI5d
Part 0: Getting started
1: Extract rar file
Part 1: Installing winamp
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2: click cancel on the prompt and close winamp
Part 2: Installing Icecast
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2: goto icecast install directory and replace icecast.xml with the one in from the rar file
3: if prompted click copy and replace
Part 3 Installing edcast
2: setting it up (NOTE City Car Driving only recognises "/;" not "/stream.ogg")

leave edcast window open
Part 4 Starting icecast and implementing it
1: navigate to icecast install directory select the icecast file
This one

2: run it.
DO NOT CLOSE THIS Command Promt WINDOW! Doing that kills the icecast server
3: add media to winamp under file: add media (NOTE: I recommend making a folder and putting mp3 files in it and adding that folder to winamp)

4:connect edcast and play a song (NOTE: I recommend muting winamp)
5: go to http://localhost:8000/;
6: if it works then open C:\Users\USERNAME\Documents\Forward Development\City Car Driving\config
and add station="http://localhost:8000/;|Radio.name" to radio.ini

7: Play ccd and enter settings

map your keys and then play
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[TUTORIAL] Adding a custom radio station 19 Mar 2018 19:15 #108074

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Thanks for sharing.

when I made my radio station mod I only used winamp, and copied the ip adres and paste in the file, worked great too.
Current cars that I drive in real life:
- Ford Transit Connect L2H2 2012
- Ford Transit L3H2 2014
- Opel Agila 1.2 2011
- Skoda Octavia Combi 1.4 Tsi 2016
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[TUTORIAL] Adding a custom radio station 20 Mar 2018 17:52 #108083

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If anyone has any questions about this or have problems I'll try answer everything
David02 wrote:
Well if you floor it, of course it will go fast.
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GPU: Asus GTX 1080 Strix
RAM: 16GB 2X8GB Ballistix DDR4 at 2.4GHz
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[TUTORIAL] Adding a custom radio station 20 Oct 2018 17:57 #110669

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I've ported the tutorial over to steam, here is the link for it
steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1542505717
David02 wrote:
Well if you floor it, of course it will go fast.
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CPU:Intel i7 6700k
OS: Windows 10 Pro
GPU: Asus GTX 1080 Strix
RAM: 16GB 2X8GB Ballistix DDR4 at 2.4GHz
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