Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] looking for an OGG-VORBIS player to play streaming audio in linux
From: Brian Redfern (bredfern_AT_calarts.edu)
Date: Thu Jun 27 2002 - 09:28:54 EEST
I believe that you can open an mp3 stream with ogg123 (using a similar
command to the one used to listen to an mp3 stream with mpg123), and
also I believe the latest version of xmms can as well.
Alex Timmer wrote:
>recently my 'favorite internet music station' changed its
>broadcasting format from RealAudio to ogg-vorbis which i can play
>easily with winamp under Win2000...
>...but ofcourse i also want to be able to play it on my other half of
>the dual-boot, my beloved LINUX OS ! ;-)
>i googled and also looked through Dave Philips linux audio apps
>website, but could not find any application for Linux that supports
>STREAMING ogg-vorbis (yet).
>(by the way, the link there for the "squelch, nice OggVorbis audio
>player with playlist and tag editor, requires Qt" gives a 404 page
>not found error here : http://www.geoid.clara.net/rik/squelch.html )
>does anybody know of an OGG player that allows me to listen to my
>internet station http://18.104.22.168:8000/kinkfm_high.ogg ???
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