[Icecast] Linking streaming mp3 on the web
chuckt at tellechea.org
Fri Apr 15 03:19:27 UTC 2005
Just append .m3u to the mount point that you specified and the browser
will interpret the url as an mp3 playlist and play the stream.
For example: http://aeicradio.aeconcert.org/program_1.m3u as linked as
per the link at: http://www.aeconcert.org/AEICRadio.html
program_1 is a mountpoint defined in a Nicecast implementations which
is broadcasting to an Icecast2 server. I believe Nicecast (on Mac OS X)
is doing the same thing that your darkice implementation is performing
on your RH9 box.
On Apr 14, 2005, at 10:58 PM, Mark Ketcham wrote:
> I have a redhat 9 box with darkice installed and a
> freeBSD 5.3 box running icecast. Both boxes are up
> and running and the mp3 stream is working great. The
> only problem i'm having is figuring out a way to link
> the mp3 stream on my webpage that will allow users to
> easily click on a link and have their media player
> open. I can open my media player, go to the open URL
> dialog and enter my URL, but this is way too
> complicated for the average user. With a standard
> .mp3 link most browsers will open the "save" or "open"
> dialog which is still more complicated than i'd like.
> Do you have any suggestions, or am I asking in the
> wrong list?
> Thank you,
> o0sapien0o at yahoo dot com
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