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|For Mac OSX 10.1.5 - 10.2.4
15 MAY 2003 - NEW VERSION FOR OSX10.2 USERS - CALLED "RADIOLOVER 1.1"
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|SRX is very easy to use.
||Apple Mac OS X 10.1.5 - 10.2.4
Hundreds of radio stations supported!
Installation is fast and easy
|1. Can I split every radio
station into individual songs?
Almost. Some radio stations don't send any track data - please contact them to ask them to do so!
See above. That's because some radio stations don't send any track data. Or it could be that you're in the middle of listening to a very long DJ mix!
3. I can record, but I can't seem to listen via iTunes?
Are you behind a firewall? SRX broadcasts the song via a "port" (think of a TV channel) on your computer. iTunes needs to connect to this port (tune into this channel) - and your firewall may be blocking this port. You can enable the port via OSX SystemPreferences.
4. I can't seem to connect to any radio stations
Can you listen to the radio stations via iTunes? Try drag'n'dropping the station from iTunes again - especially if you have not done so in a while. Radio stations often change their web address.
Are you behind a proxy? SRX will automatically use your proxy settings in your System Preferences, under the heading "Web Proxy". If problems persist, please provide details such as OS version, network setup, on the discussion forum.
5. When will there be support for REAL Audio and Windows Media ?
Potentially for REAL Audio - although that depends on demand.
Source code available:
Visit the StreamRipper homepage for information about a Win32 WinAmp plug-in and UNIX command line tool. If you fancy being a DJ and want to run your own radio station, check out Icecast or Shoutcast, or even the experimental Peercast.
Post your feedback on the discussion forum, or browse the developer project site. This software is released under the GNU General Public Licence.
StreamRipperX is copyright (c) 2002-2003 Wai (Simon) Liu
Thanks to help from:
Tsuyoshi Nakamula (Japanese language)
Kai Oli (German language)
Edoardo Causarano (Italian language)
Samuel Denonne (French language)
Pierre Mazoyer (French language)