Audio Hijack is one of the few 3rd-party Playout software programs designed for macOS that you can use in conjunction with Live365. With Audio Hijack, you can broadcast live to your Live365 stream from a Mac device using the computer's sound, application sound, and any external audio devices.
NOTE: Audio Hijack can be purchased from the developer's website. Rogue Amoeba is the same company that developed the better-known software encoder for macOS called Nicecast, which is currently at the end of life. There is a free version of the software available, however, that has limitations and it is only for testing purposes.
Here are step-by-step setup instructions for Audio Hijack:
Step 1) Purchase a copy of the software.
Step 2) Open your Live365 Broadcaster. (Login Required)
Step 6) Select the external audio device that is connected to your Mac or the software application that you wish to pull sound from (for example iTunes).
Setup tab: This information can be retrieved from the Live365 "Encoder Settings" window (Step 3).
Metadata tab: This information is all your choice, please also make sure that you select the right software to pull metadata from and make sure that the Title Format is Artist - Track Title.
When you enable live broadcasting, you will immediately start to broadcast live. You will override any scheduled Events and AutoDJ currently playing in Live365 Broadcaster. Live365 Broadcaster may be used as a fallback, in case your Audio Hijack application crashes or goes offline.