Is Radiosure gone forever?

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giulia
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Re: Is Radiosure gone forever?

#31 Post by giulia » Wed May 18, 2022 12:15 am

Philiweb wrote:
Fri May 13, 2022 2:05 am
Hi Giulia

To add new radio stations, the "easiest way" is to go to this page of the Radio-Browser.info website :) : https://www.radio-browser.info/add

Care must be taken to enter the correct informations when adding a radio, because since a few years it is no longer possible to modify them. :| (due to vandalism.)
• More informations here : https://www.radio-browser.info/faq
• New stations that never worked will get deleted after 2 days.
• Stations that worked at some point, but have not been working for at least 6 days now will get deleted.


On the other hand, it means that the (~30000) radio stations in the base have no major problems and are listenable. :wink:
Hi
I would like to add radioparadise , in the database there is only the version 64k AAC+
there is 128kb and 320kb aac and mp3 128/192/320kb and 96/192kb ogg vorbis
in the links there are all of them ,but not in the database
https://www.radio-browser.info/search?p ... e=paradise

by the way would be really amazing a open source radio like radio paradise ,with flac support and with an internal updater
do you think is there a coder that could do it ?
could become the most downloaded and used radio software , full portable
would be awesome
thanks

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Re: Is Radiosure gone forever?

#32 Post by Philiweb » Wed May 18, 2022 3:15 am

Hi
All these Radio Paradise links (in the Radio-Browser station database) have been converted, they are available in Radiosure (~50). :)

RadioSure does not display codecs on its interface, but if you type "Radio Paradise flac" in its search engine, you will get about 10 stations. And good news, RadioSure (2.2.1046) has no problem playing them. 8)

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Re: Is Radiosure gone forever?

#33 Post by giulia » Wed May 18, 2022 5:27 am

Philiweb wrote:
Wed May 18, 2022 3:15 am
Hi
All these Radio Paradise links (in the Radio-Browser station database) have been converted, they are available in Radiosure (~50). :)

RadioSure does not display codecs on its interface, but if you type "Radio Paradise flac" in its search engine, you will get about 10 stations. And good news, RadioSure (2.2.1046) has no problem playing them. 8)
Hi

what do you think about an open source project ?
A very simple radio player like radiosure?

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Re: Is Radiosure gone forever?

#34 Post by Philiweb » Wed May 18, 2022 10:10 am

giulia wrote:
Wed May 18, 2022 5:27 am
Philiweb wrote:
Wed May 18, 2022 3:15 am
Hi
All these Radio Paradise links (in the Radio-Browser station database) have been converted, they are available in Radiosure (~50). :)

RadioSure does not display codecs on its interface, but if you type "Radio Paradise flac" in its search engine, you will get about 10 stations. And good news, RadioSure (2.2.1046) has no problem playing them. 8)
Hi

what do you think about an open source project ?
A very simple radio player like radiosure?
Creating "simple" software like RadioSure is surely anything but simple. :P

QMPlay2 is already a good alternative (Free and Open-Source), but it's true that it would benefit from offering a dedicated and customizable radio interface like that of RadioSure... You should talk to its author about it (or look at the simplicity of its source code to fix it :mrgreen: ): https://github.com/zaps166/QMPlay2

Fortunately RadioSure can continue to operate by using the Radio-Browser database, and that's already something :D :
  • Small tutorial to use the script via a desktop shortcut (PDF) : Download

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