streaming radio does not work

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  1. mrkaras

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    I added a radio streem (mediaplayser plays it fine) and it will not play. using bass the errors are the same as I have noted for analogue radio at https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/get-support-90/radio-fm-not-working-56821/
    using the directshow player there are no errors, I get a waiting/connecting curcle thing for a second or so ant then nothing. for logs just use the ones at the link above, I know nobody will reply anyway.




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    Hi,
    If it still occures attach the logs & the stream url, so i can check it here.

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    Ok, it looks like it is trying to make a lier out of me, but not quite. any of the streams from Internode :: Residential :: Entertainment :: Broadband Radio don't seem to work in mediaportal but do in mediaplayser, even the ones listed as publicly avalable. as the rest of these are restricted to internode (the ISP) customers only maybe that is related to the problems.

    If I try with http://media.on.net/radio/114.m3u it does not work
    if I try with http://abc.net.au/streaming/triplej/triplej.m3u it works fine
     
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    looks like it works in 1.0.1.0, FM still doesn't but that's a different matter.
     
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