The stream24 web player combines newest HTML5 technologies with Flash fallback and jQuery in one player and allows you to receive MP3 radio live streams in browser on
- Desktop-PCs, laptops (Windows, Mac & Linux)
- Tablets and smartphones (iOS, Android, Windows Phone)
without installation of any additional programs or apps before.
The "responsive web design" implementation allows an adjusted display on small smartphone screens (in portrait format).
The individual player code for your radio hosted by us you will find in the customer area.
The META-data (broadcast, title) are read directly from the stream server and are updated automatically cyclically. The web player is accessible as pop-up window over the Web radio tune-in box, but you can link directly to it as well.
The web player plays MP3 live streams. AAC and aacPlus v2 (HE-AAC) streams are not fully supported yet across all system platforms.
Note: On Android devices loading of the radio stream (buffering) can take more than 10 seconds.
Web player for external web radio stations
Player code for "Non-customers"
Enter your stream server data and then copy the generated web player code for your radio. The required parameters are explained below.
Default hyperlink to web player.
We recommend to show web player as popup window (484 x 254).
Example: http://www.your-homepage.com/player.html, code for player.html:
Explanation of the web player URL parameters
||Notes / examples
||SC, IC, SC2
||SC: Shoutcast Server (v1)
IC: Icecast Server1
SC2: Shoutcast2 Server2
||Hostname / IP
||relevant for Icecast and Shoutcast2
||relevant for Shoutcast2
||en, de, es, nl, fr
||Player texts, tooltips
||optionally, default value: 0,
i.e. click to play
||0: green, 1: light blue, 2: orange, 3: red, 4: dark blue, 5: purple, 6: pink, 7: gray, 8: black
|Cut station name
||optionally, default value: 0
Number of characters that should be cut off at the beginning of the auto-detected radio name (ONAIR line).
||optionally, manually setting of station name to be displayed in the player (ONAIR line).
e.g. &station=Radio Sunshine
1 The correct recognition of the stream status and META data on external Icecast servers requires that the mountpoint is non hidden (configuration: <hidden>0</hidden>). The file status.xsl must be available inside the "web"-directory as well.
2 The automatic detection of public META data of foreign Shoutcast2 servers requires server version "2.5" or higher.
Please note: On Android devices loading of the radio livestream (buffering) can take more than 10 seconds.