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RNORadio released for MorphOS

Date 8-Apr-2019 21:13:08
Topic: software MorphOS


RNORadio is a GUI based internet radio player program for MP3 streams, and it's made with Hollywood. The actual streaming and playback is based on the CgmRadio program, but RNORadio still works as a stand-alone program with no dependencies.

Features:

- Two GUI options: MUI or custom skin(s)
- Displays stream titles in real-time from the MP3 metadata
- Comprehensive station editor with an option to load station logos from a local drive or Internet
- Supports multiple streams per station
- Can import streams from PLS, M3U, Extended M3U, and XSPF playlist files
- Has a Shoutcast search window
- Animation support for custom skin elements, including a station's logo
- Alpha transparency support in custom skins with images and animations
- Can display extra information from stations, but currently it only shows the "OneLiner" chat from Nectarine in the MUI GUI

Please visit its homepage for more information, screenshots, and download links.



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