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Http stream disconnections or freeze
post Jan 10 2012, 21:12
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When listening to a http stream ( http://mp3.live.tv-radio.com/fip/all/fiphautdebit.mp3 specifically but happened with others I think ) the playback randomly stops.
I have to double click again on the track for the playback to start again.
It usually happens 2 or 3 times in the first 5 minutes, then it's good for a long time.

No error message appears in the console log.

I tried with replay track enabled, and also made a playlist full of tracks of the same http stream but it usually doesn't work.
Well sometimes it plays the next track but not all the time.

Does it happen to others?
Any way to configure a reconnect on freeze or something like that?
Or any idea on what may be happening or how to diagnose the issue better?

Am running 1.1.10 on Windows 7 64 but it's been happening for at least 4 years ( same issues with XP and foobar 0.9 versions ).
My internet connection is stable.


This post has been edited by chacallot: Jan 10 2012, 22:04
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post Apr 13 2012, 16:49
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Hi, I have the same problem with Foobar2000 1.1.1 and the aac 40kbps streams from sky.fm (xpsp3, on 2 computers, different ISP). huh.gif

Did you find any way to fix it since your post?

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