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How to add Internet radio stations wihout playlists?
Dirki
post Dec 3 2012, 18:47
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Is it possible to add Internet radio stations to foobar, to a playlist, which do not offer a downloadable playlist like pls or m3u (you can add to a playlist)? E.g. how could I add this station: http://www.181.fm/playing.php?station=181-...rax&embed=1 to foobar?


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mobyduck
post Dec 3 2012, 20:05
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Have you checked here?

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Dirki
post Dec 4 2012, 02:10
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Many thanks, Alessandro,

I hadn't found it. Great, it works.

But, without such playlists offered by the stations, it is not possible to listen to thses stations with foobar or another player, I assume.

Many thanks again.


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post Dec 4 2012, 08:08
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If you're using the Windows Media Player plugin in Firefox, you can right click and confirm the Location URL in Properties.

http://www.181.fm/asx.php?station=181-xsoundtrax&style=&description=Christmas Soundtracks://http://www.181.fm/asx.php?station=1...mas Soundtracks

Alternatively, since it's a new website, NoScript blocked the plugin and it was a matter of right-clicking to copy the link location from the blocking box.

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post Dec 4 2012, 09:08
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Thank you sld.

<<<If you're using the Windows Media Player plugin in Firefox, you can right click and confirm the Location URL in Properties.
To play the music with this plugin, but you cannot use it to copy the location and then play the music in foobar, I assume.

I only want to play with foobar, because I use the equalizer etc. in it.

<<<http://www.181.fm/asx.php?station=181-xsoundtrax&style=&description=Christmas Soundtracks://http://www.181.fm/asx.php?station=1...mas Soundtracks
Ah, I understand, this is the URL you get in Win Media Player plugin you described above, so you can every URL for download (even if it is not offered by the station) and play in foobar.

<<<Alternatively, since it's a new website, NoScript blocked the plugin and it was a matter of right-clicking to copy the link location from the blocking box.
The blocking box is part of Firefox, I guess.

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