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    Standalone. SB only please for Pretty please rhwere is no ay Im gong to keep my old comp running all the time

    flatearthpodcat.com. so I can just copy and past it please
    and how can we find podcast lists that. will play on our SB standalone???
    rhanks all and I do appreciate yall advice and most works........yeah

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    Originally posted by jeanwedding View Post
    Standalone. SB only please for Pretty please rhwere is no ay Im gong to keep my old comp running all the time

    flatearthpodcat.com. so I can just copy and past it please
    and how can we find podcast lists that. will play on our SB standalone???
    rhanks all and I do appreciate yall advice and most works........yeah
    For standalone SB, log in to your account at MySqueezeBox (https://www.mysqueezebox.com), take the "My Apps" tab and choose "Podcasts". Paste the relevant rss feed URL into the "Add a podcast feed" box at the bottom, and click on "add". If you don't see the "Podcasts" app under "My Apps", you'll need to install it from tab "App Gallery".

    The URL I find for your flatearth.com podcast is: https://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:321459426/sounds.rss

    Once done, you should then be able to browse into this podcast listing on your device, under the Podcasts menu somewhere on the device - probably in "MyApps", and choose an episode to play.

    This might be a bit hit and miss, although it did work on my Radio. Reason being that the Radio cannot handle "https" audio streams, it can only handle "http". There is a chance that the podcast will provide "https", in which case - fail. But it did work for me, so I guess it's providing "http" streams.

    I'm not sure what the good/best/easy to use sources for podcasts are. What you need is the "RSS" link. But I find fewer and fewer podcast publishers provide that. They provide links for iTunes/Apple, or Google podthing, or something, which are very easy to use if you are using an iThing, or an AndroidThing, or SomeOtherThing. But they don't make it easy to find the actual underlying RSS URL. But that's what we need. Probably most of them don't know what it is, because they have an easy to use PublishingThing which hides the details from them.

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      #3
      Originally posted by mrw View Post
      But I find fewer and fewer podcast publishers provide that. They provide links for iTunes/Apple, or Google podthing, or something, which are very easy to use if you are using an iThing, or an AndroidThing, or SomeOtherThing. But they don't make it easy to find the actual underlying RSS URL. But that's what we need. Probably most of them don't know what it is, because they have an easy to use PublishingThing which hides the details from them.
      This can help in that regard: https://getrssfeed.com

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        #4
        Originally posted by bwaldron View Post
        This can help in that regard: https://getrssfeed.com
        Very neat. Thanks.

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