broadcast can be customized to have the design of your choice,
with some very simple html editing.
your own custom Clipstream page or email:
an html document
your Pirate Radio Broadcaster, Webstream enabled
- go to
and launch your Clipstream link
- get the
applet code from the popped up page
the applet code into your custom page
the page to your Destiny web folder
a custom version of a Clipstream broadcast, it is necessary that
the author is somewhat comfortable programming html code and/or
has the ability to create html documents with an html editor.
your html page. Make the page with your design of choice.
your RadioDestiny Broadcaster with Clipstream
enabled. See more here
about setting up your stream. Go to The
stationdirectory and find your station listing. Click on the
'Clipstream' link to the right of
your station name.
of the Clipstream. (Right click on the Clipstream html and select
'View Source' from the menu.) Look for the Clipstream applet code.
It will look something like this:
CODE="webplayer.class" ALT="The web player" NAME="Web Player"
<param name="AudioStreamURL" value="http://###.###.###.###:80/webstream">
<param name="UseDefaultIcon" value="false">
<param name="AudioBufferSize" value="5">
<param name="AutoPlay" value="true">
<param name="AutoBitRate" value="false">
<param name="AutoLoop" value="true">
If you were using a Java-enabled browser, you would see the
and copy the applet code from that page. Go back to your custom
the applet code into your custom page as html code (not text).
Be sure to save the page in the Destiny web folder (default location:
C:\Destiny\web) as radiodestiny.htm .
Also look here for more info.
in to your Clipstream from The
stationdirectory again to see your new look. The resulting
file "radiodestiny.htm" can also be uploaded to your
site. The code can be pasted into an existing page.
If the IP address of the computer that your RadioDestiny Broadcaster
is running on changes at any time, the Clipstream link will no
longer work. In the event of a new IP address for the broadcasting
machine, simply change the two corresponding locations in the
applet code. (http://###.###.###.###) Check out a great
tutorial for that issue in the Broadcaster
User Support Forums
on sending a live audio email, please follow this link.
To learn how
to add links to your site, go here.