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MP3 player supporting streaming via https transport?
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Since updating to the latest builds of AmigaAMP and TuneNet this morning, I realized that most of the MP3 streams that I listen to -- that aren't now restricted to some blasted custom web-based player -- use https transport rather than http. This means that I can't use the native Amiga tools available (of which I am aware) to stream them.

So... is there a tool that allows for MP3 or AAC streaming over https transport? Or am I just stuck at the moment? I asked this question over at AWN, but didn't get a reply. I'm hoping maybe someone knows over here.

-- eliyahu

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Re: MP3 player supporting streaming via https transport?
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@eliyahu

Really? Why would people encrypt an mp3 stream? I wonder how much of the green house effect is driven by all the pointless uses of SSL when no security issues are present....

Tunenet doesn't , but shouldn't be that hard to add you could perhaps raie an enhancement request at the A-Eon mantis so ot's not so easily forgotten about.

For current solutions what about mplayer?


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Re: MP3 player supporting streaming via https transport?
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I noticed a news site recently changed their server so that images are encrypted, ie. plain http doesn't work. :/

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Re: MP3 player supporting streaming via https transport?
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mplayer and ffplay will do it, but those don't have a nice GUI.

If someone is able to port the latest stunnel, that would allow you to use existing players.

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