How do I find my stream URL?
View the streaming URL using a media player
- Launch a media player.
- Click the Media tab and select Open Network Stream from the drop-down menu.
- Enter the stream URL. In this example, the serial number method is shown.
How can I listen to BBC radio on my computer?
Our BBC Sounds app is available on mobiles, tablets and on many connected TVs. On your computer, simply head to the BBC Sounds website to listen to live radio, on-demand programmes, podcasts, and music mixes. You can also download podcasts on your computer or laptop to listen to when you’re offline.
How do I stream a URL in Windows Media Player?
Open Windows Media Player and go to the library section. Click on Stream and then “Allow Internet access to home media.” The Internet Home Media Access pop up window will prompt you to link your Windows Live ID to a user account.
What is a stream URL?
Your live stream URL is a unique web address, which carries your live audio stream every time you broadcast (For the technically minded, it’s a 128kbps MP3 stream, Icecast compatible, and will work with almost all browsers and listening clients). You’ll find your live stream URL in your user settings.
How do I play the radio on my laptop?
Here are three different ways to get live radio audio into a laptop:
- You can connect a radio tuner to the computer’s analog line in audio input. For best results, you should use an external antenna with the radio. Don’t use a cheap radio with a telescoping whip antenna.
What is the URL for Classic FM?
The RTMP URLs are in the format: rtmp://cdn-sov-2.musicradio.com:80/LiveAudio/ClassicFM.
What is BBC Radio 2?
BBC Radio 2, the most listened to station in the UK, combines popular music and culture with a diverse range of specialist music, documentaries and comedy. With a repertoire covering more than 40 years, Radio 2 plays the widest selection of music on the radio. Download now for free and listen to the radio easily.
How do I use the new internet radio URLs?
These internet radio URLs replace the ones used in the former GarfNet Internet Radio player. They should all work directly in your browser and they should open in a new browser tab. Alternatively, you may copy them and use them in an internet radio application of your choice.
Do Your Raspberry Pi internet radios pick up BBC radio stations?
One upshot of this was that none of my many RaspberryPi internet radios would pick up BBC stations any more. Yes, I know I can listen to most of them on DAB, but I like to be able to listen to everything in one place.
Is there a way to run sounds without a URL?
Anyone want to explore a solution without URL’s, to create a local server on a pi that can take Sounds output and run a http stream. Almost like a proxy for actual devices that can’t run the Sounds app? That way the BBC get their data and the internet radio can still receive the service.