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Putting iTunes Internet Radio Stations In SA


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Its a .pls file which can be played with iTunes and VLC, Ive gotta reinstall it but I have not tested it. Has anyone tryed it?

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.pls is a playlist file, right? Well, no playlist can be played with SA. You got to have the original songs in the User Tracks folder in the mp3 or ogg format.

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The readme says if you have the codecs you can play any audio files. And alson the .pls file with itunes it only grabs it from the internet radio station than buffers the station, I think its only for the names of the songs it playing.

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The readme says if you have the codecs you can play any audio files. And alson the .pls file with itunes it only grabs it from the internet radio station than buffers the station, I think its only for the names of the songs it playing.

Don't believe everything that the readme says. wink.gif

 

Have you tried it yourself?

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doggy_1111

 

The readme says if you have the codecs you can play any audio files. And alson the .pls file with itunes it only grabs it from the internet radio station than buffers the station, I think its only for the names of the songs it playing.

Don't believe everything that the readme says. wink.gif

 

Have you tried it yourself?

When it finishes installing I already put the file into the user tracks file so I will test it straght away.

 

EDIT: It does not work it just plays ads anyone have a idea?

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EDIT: It does not work it just plays ads anyone have a idea?

Told ya. I'm yet to come across anyone who has played songs in formats other than mp3 or ogg, let alone playlists. Of the two, the ogg format is known to be more stable.

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EDIT: It does not work it just plays ads anyone have a idea?

Told ya. I'm yet to come across anyone who has played songs in formats other than mp3 or ogg, let alone playlists. Of the two, the ogg format is known to be more stable.

And wave files.

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