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magbert@pingnet.ch
2005-01-09, 14:14
Thanks for your answer. Unfortunately it doesn?t work with the url mms://212.112.166.206:80/02038_P1-wm-High?MSWMExt=.asf
either.

On the display of the player the following message is displayed: Connecting
to mms://212.112.166.......

In the Web-Interface if I get the following information:

Title: mms://212.112.166.206:80/02038 P1-wm-High?MSWMExt=.asf
File Format: Windows Media
Location: mms://212.112.166.206:80/02038_P1-wm-High?MSWMExt=.asf (Download)

Date Modified: Sonntag, Januar 9, 2005, 22.10

If I press download, the station will start to play in media player (so
I definitely entered the correct URL).

Do you also have Media Player 10 installed ?

Steve Bernard, Jr
2005-01-09, 14:25
On Sun, 9 Jan 2005 22:14:56 +0100, magbert (AT) pingnet (DOT) ch
<magbert (AT) pingnet (DOT) ch> wrote:
> Thanks for your answer. Unfortunately it doesn?t work with the url mms://212.112.166.206:80/02038_P1-wm-High?MSWMExt=.asf
> either.
>
> On the display of the player the following message is displayed: Connecting
> to mms://212.112.166.......
>
> In the Web-Interface if I get the following information:
>
> Title: mms://212.112.166.206:80/02038 P1-wm-High?MSWMExt=.asf
> File Format: Windows Media
> Location: mms://212.112.166.206:80/02038_P1-wm-High?MSWMExt=.asf (Download)

Hrm, yeah, I've got WMP 10, running on XP Pro SP2. I'm using a
Squeezebox, however, and I remember from your first post you have a
Slimp3. I don't know if that could make a difference, but there could
be an issue with transcoding the stream into MP3 so the Slimp3 can
decode it. Do you have LAME installed on your system? Can you play
normal WMA files or other WMA streams?