I have done this in the past with mixed results. If the player is a
JAVA based player, lots of luck. The only way to get a streaming
address when the player is a Java player is to use a program like IP
Sniffer and pick from several IP addresses that show up under the
program. I know sighted people who have had good results doing this,
but the program is largely inaccessible with JAWS and NVDA.
On 4/11/2020 1:19 PM, Steven Johnson
I am messing around with the Blaze ET,
trying to load a few of my favorite streaming radio stations.
I know that I need to take the URL of a stream and make a .pls
or .m3u playlist file out of it. My difficulty is finding the
right URL that will make a stream start playing when pasted
into the address bar of my browser. I can make the stream
play within my browser, but the URL that shows up on my
address bar when the stream is playing never seems to work
when I save it as a favorite, or copy it to clipboard and then
try to open it by pasting it on to my address bar. Anyone
ever monkeyed around with this and had success?
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