[Air-L] MP3 web player/streaming
ictlogist at ictlogy.net
Thu Sep 2 10:11:34 PDT 2010
Thanks, Alex, for the quick answer.
But Yahoo Media Player actually requires me to map _all_ the files I want to
make public (i.e. write the corresponding HTML code). Though I can surely
find out the way to do this dynamically with PHP, I'd rather first search
(and find) for an existing solution.
So, I need the feature that enables the user to browse inside the folders
and then choose what files to play, instead of having it preset in a web
On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 7:05 PM, Alex Halavais <alex at halavais.net> wrote:
> At the moment I am listening to the Utne Reader's Music Sampler
> which makes use of the Yahoo Media Player
> (http://mediaplayer.yahoo.com/) which seems like it does what you
> might want...
> On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 1:00 PM, Ismael Peña-López <ictlogist at ictlogy.net>
> > Dear list,
> > This might sound like an odd question...
> > I need to be able to stream quite a huge collection of podcasts online.
> > are stored in a web (can be accessed through FTP too) server and
> > in several folders.
> > To make a long exposition short, I would like to either set up a sort of
> > Spotify in my own web/FTP server or to have your usual flash player, but
> > with the possibility to choose the files you want to play, instead of
> > it already preset.
> > Or, in other words, with or without having to install locally a desktop
> > application, I would like to be able to play the podcasts stored in my
> > web/FTP server.
> > Any ideas?
> > Thank you very much,
> > i.
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