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|lrios||May 7, 1998 12:47 pm|
|Jason C. Wells||May 7, 1998 1:27 pm|
|lrios||May 7, 1998 2:10 pm|
|Jason C. Wells||May 7, 1998 2:24 pm|
|Wyatt Nordstrom||May 7, 1998 8:02 pm|
|Bruce A. Mah||May 7, 1998 10:02 pm|
|Wyatt Nordstrom||May 8, 1998 4:30 am|
|eT||May 8, 1998 8:46 am|
|Bruce A. Mah||May 8, 1998 9:19 am|
|Wyatt Nordstrom||May 11, 1998 6:13 am|
|Paul T. Root||May 11, 1998 8:53 am|
|Jason C. Wells||May 11, 1998 2:32 pm|
|Bruce A. Mah||May 11, 1998 9:23 pm|
|Bengt Gorden||May 12, 1998 1:23 am|
|David Boisvert||May 12, 1998 4:37 am|
|Wyatt Nordstrom||May 12, 1998 6:32 am|
|bri...@worldcontrol.com||May 12, 1998 1:39 pm|
|Subject:||Re: Real Audio|
|From:||Bruce A. Mah (bm...@CA.Sandia.GOV)|
|Date:||May 8, 1998 9:19:25 am|
If memory serves me right, "Wyatt Nordstrom" wrote:
Just a quick note on this topic. The posts got my curiosity up. I downloaded and installed the real audio player version 3.0 last night. Seemed to work well, except for my cheap sound card. Guess I'll upgrade today.
Nothing like a new program to motivate buying a new toy, eh? :-)
I got a lot of cr*p coming out of my speakers when I tried this, so clearly I'm doing something wrong, but it was late at night. In my Copious Spare Time (TM) this weekend, I might work on this.
Anyways, I noticed that a lot of the Internet only radio sites require the real audio player version 5.0. So, I travel back to the real audio home page, and try to get the 5.0 version. It appears that real audio has determined that for whatever reason, they are not supporting real audio above version 3.0 for UNIX systems.
Well, there's a version 5.0 for the Solaris/Sparc platform, and it works...
BTW, notice the download page, when they asked you to "Choose CPU", and one of the choices, besides "Pentium", "486", and "PowerPC" was "UNIX box"?
If there are any other equivelent Internet radio clients out there, I would love a quick email about them.
This isn't *exactly* what you asked for, but the MBONE audio (such as vat and rat) are used for audio conferencing (along with separate video and shared-whiteboard tools). There are a few "radio station sessions" being multicast that you can receive. The problem is that to make full use of them, you need IP multicast on your subnet, which not everyone has...