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I had read how to add internet radio in Banshee : How can I add an internet radio station to Banshee? But I think it only can play the .pls not aspx. Also how that possible to look the stream url of the radio like this:

The radio that I try to add to the banshee:

Other than using ctrl-i in firefox, how to know the streaming url for the .aspx website?

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There is no need to mark it as [SOLVED] in the title - accepting an answer marks it as solved automatically. :) – James Dec 3 '11 at 12:14
@jrg I'm sorry maybe i should read the faq again – fly_high_hahaha Dec 3 '11 at 12:18
up vote 3 down vote accepted

.aspx is the tipical extension for a web page created with the ASP .Net framework, so it's simply not a media file but a container for a web page.

You can investigate all the components presents in that page with some key command, i.e. in Firefox do a CTRL+I and select the media tab, you can browse all the media in that page and reach all the linked contents.

this is probably what you are looking for:

and in this case VLC is better than Banshee.

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