Permanence lets you record scheduled shows from an audio source (JACK, an Internet radio stream, etc.) and save them to disk or a server. Some of Permanence's features:
- Flexible storage: recorded files are passed to storage drivers which can do anything they want with the files: copy them to a new location on disk, upload them to a server, etc.
- Extensible: you can provide new source and storage drivers to handle technologies that Permanence doesn't cover out of the box
- Open: you can install scripts and Python functions as Permanence "hooks" that will get called when specific events happen, such as when Permanence finishes recording a show
Permanence is made available under the terms of the MIT License.
Copyright © 2009 Eric Naeseth
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