A company called Software Development Solutions (SDS) announced the launch of Jamcast on Tuesday, which promises effortless streaming of your music collection from your PC to any network connected source, including your Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles.
The magic happens with Jamcast's Virtual Soundcard, a software module capable of capturing any audio playing on a PC and then transmitting it over a wireless network to DLNA and UPnP-compliant devices. This not only includes other PCs and gaming devices, but smartphones, HDTVs, media adapters, home theater components, and more.
"Jamcast has really caught the attention of consumers looking to enjoy their favorite music from popular streaming services like Pandora and Spotify away from their PC, in the living room or elsewhere," said SDS CEO Scott Streaker. "Jamcast's Virtual Soundcard makes this easy when no solution from the device manufacturer or content provider is otherwise available," he added.
A wide range of media is supported, including MP3, FLAC, OGG, ALAC, AAC, WMA, WMA Lossless, WMA Pro, WMA Voice, WAV, AIFF, SHN, and PCM. There's also Playlist support for iTunes libraries, Windows Media (WPL), PLS, and M3U.
Intrigued? There's a 14-day free trial available, after which time you'll need to shell out $30 for a full license.