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Re: gxine and real on BBC radio

On 09/25/2006 04:18 AM, libre fan wrote:
> Hello,
> Gxine + w32codecs is fine except on BCC radio (I tried radio 4 and 7): the
> sound is choppy because gxine is vary often busy buffering. I'm on
> dial-up.
> Now, Realplayer works fine (installed as a package): you can set the
> connection to dial-up in the settings, and you can increase the buffer
> zone.
> No interruption, though the quality of the sound isn't as good as in Gxine
> but at least you can listen to a full drama without any interruption.
> However I'd like to be able *not to use RealPlayer* because it isn't libre
> software.

I think that HelixPlayer is a free Linux player for realmedia files and 

Helix is helpless, in my experience. Has anybody here used it to their
satisfaction to listen to the BBC?


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