Flash or Java player to play most internet audio streams?
December 1, 2007 9:11 AM   Subscribe

I am looking for an flash or Javascript plug in that I can embed into a website to play Internet radio streams. Specifically, one that will play mp3, wma/mms, and Realplayer (pls) streams. Does anyone know of one?

I have a website that I've been building for myself that has a bunch of internet streams (audio only). I'm trying to find a flash or java player that will act as the "front end" to this database.

Ideally, if it plays realplayer, windows, and mp3 streams, that would be fantastic.

Any suggestions?

P.s. I don't want to have the files on site, and load the local media player to play the streams. I want the "player" to come through the web.

Thanks!
posted by wflanagan to Technology (2 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
There is an excellent open source music player that can be found at musicplayer.sourceforge.net. Instructions can be found on the site, but you'll need to know a little bit of XML so that you can tell the player where the files are stored.

I'm not sure if it plays anything besides mp3s.
posted by georgemandis at 3:26 PM on December 1, 2007


I think realplayer is entirely obsolete these days, and people who don't run Windows will have trouble playing wma/mms.

Flash can play Mp3 just fine, however -- there are many flash mp3 players, for instance:

http://www.myflashfetish.com/

or

http://www.jeroenwijering.com/?item=jw_mp3_player

or

http://musicplayer.sourceforge.net/
posted by devonianfarm at 3:32 PM on December 1, 2007


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