Multicast UDP radio stations - how to?

Discussion in 'Television (MyTV frontend and TV-Server)' started by felix_clerc, February 26, 2011.

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    My ISP is providing both TV + radio channels on a dedicated lan, in UDP multicast.

    I have no problems getting TV to work, I can add the radio channels to the EPG through xmltv, but I cannot use them.
    If I give the m3u list to the web radios ip card, it doesn't work as it is not a web based broadcast.
    If I add it to the TV channels, it complains about not being able to get the video stream.

    Could the web radios part be modified so I can throw it the raw UDP multicast addresses and have it working?
    Or the DVBIP modified in such a way it supports radios?

    I can give details, logs, whatver is necessary to get this working if needed - I just don't have them at the moment as I just removed the radio entries from my m3u for TV and didn't imported these in the web radios.

    Thanks in advance for any help,

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