[icecast] Icecast in Macromedia Flash

Macsym macsym69 at yahoo.fr
Thu Dec 4 04:41:38 PST 2003



Hi everybody,

Here is a WORKING solution of Flash as a player:
http://macsym.free.fr/player/ 

The player that Assorgia built seems to work on these OS/Browsers
combinations:
-Linux and Windows: Mozilla
-MAC: Internet Explorer 5/Safari

It DOESN'T work on:
-Windows; Internet Explorer 6 (and maybe other versions of IE on Windows)

Could you please try it with other OS/Browser (Netscape, Opera...)
combinations and tell us if it works on not? Please report your browser
version and your operating system.

We are currently working to create a version for Internet Explorer on
Windows.

Thanks in advance,

MAX

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From: owner-icecast at xiph.org [mailto:owner-icecast at xiph.org] On Behalf Of
Adam D. Ligas
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 10:46 PM
To: icecast at xiph.org
Subject: RE: [icecast] Icecast in Macromedia Flash

Hey guys,

Earlier in this thread Oddsock said that a player recieving metadata it did 
not expect would most likely produce blips in the output.

Has anyone checked any of these network dumps to see if any metadata is
being 
sent?

A while back I reported difficulty with playing Icecast2 streams through my 
TiVo.  I recently upgraded to Beta 1 and the problem still exists.  I don't 
want to hijack this thread, but I am thinking that the two problems (Flash
and 
TiVo) might be related, if not the same.  For reference, here's a link to my

original issue.

http://www.xiph.org/archives/icecast/5664.html

- Adam

Quoting assorgia at tin.it:

> > Yes you got it, with Flash, all your listeners running Windows, MAC and
> > Linux (but not Linux PPC) will be able to listen to your MP3 (not OGG)
> > stream through the same player: the flash plug-in. We are still working
> on
> > it because it doesn't work yet when the player is embedded but Assorgia
> got
> > successful results with Mozilla/Linux. Read the entire topic if you need
> > further information.
> 
> Two precisations:
> 
> 1- Listening with flash embedded on a web page is already possible if
> you broadcast your streams with icecast 1.3.
> 
> 2- I've made a successful test using Mozilla running under Windows
> XP. I haven't tried yet with one running on linux but I guess it works
well
> too.
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