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Re: [vox-tech] xmms shoutcast lists

On Fri 13 May 05,  3:51 PM, Mark K. Kim <lugod@cbreak.org> said:
> I'm not sure if there's a bookmark functionality but you can make a
> customized playlist (m3u or pls but I always use m3u) with a little work:
>   1. First, load the station you want, then right click on the playlist
>      editor, and do a "Save List", and save the list as "save.m3u".
>   2. Then load your next station, and save the list as "save2.m3u".
>   3. Repeat for all stations.
>   4. Create a custom list "my_stations.m3u" that's concatenated file of
>      all "saveN.m3u" files.  Edit with text editor as needed.
Awwww, man.  That's what's commonly called a "hack."   :)   I can't believe
there isn't a better way.  Too bad.

BTW, m3u and pls are both "playlists"?

> A friend of mine is a manager of streaming media at AOL, which includes
> Shoutcast.  It's a pretty good service... I'm not sure how they keep it
> legal but it sure helps for AOL to own Warner... =P
Yeah, I kind of wonder too.  I always thought that radio stations had to pay
a little bit of money when they play someone's song.

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