Rdio Scanner is an open source software that ingest and distribute audio files generated by various software-defined radio recorders. Its interface tries to reproduce the user experience of a real police scanner, while adding its own touch.
You can listen to Rdio Scanner on any modern browsers using the integrated web app.
Rdio Scanner works with any radio recorder, as long as they can create audio files separated by conversations or transmissions.
Here is a list of recorders known to work with Rdio Scanner:
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Operating system Architecture Use package FreeBSD amd64 rdio-scanner-freebsd-amd64-v6.6.3.zip Linux 386 rdio-scanner-linux-386-v6.6.3.zip Linux amd64 rdio-scanner-linux-amd64-v6.6.3.zip Linux arm rdio-scanner-linux-arm-v6.6.3.zip Linux arm64 rdio-scanner-linux-arm64-v6.6.3.zip macOS amd64 rdio-scanner-macos-amd64-v6.6.3.zip macOS arm64 rdio-scanner-macos-arm64-v6.6.3.zip Windows amd64 rdio-scanner-macos-amd64-v6.6.3.zip
Extract the contents of the archive somewhere on your computer.
Run the Rdio Scanner executable.
Access the administrative dashboard to finalize the configuration.
More detailed instructions are available in the
rdio-scanner.pdf file provided in the precompiled archives.
As a courtesy to Docker users, Rdio Scanner is also distributed as a Docker image where a new version is generated with each new release. More information available at https://hub.docker.com/repository/docker/chuot/rdio-scanner.
You can enjoy your Rdio Scanner on the go on your mobile device with the native app.
Commercial support is available at https://saubeo.solutions/.
Happy Rdio scanning !