Listeners tuning in on a free listener account can only use our embedded Flash or Windows Media Player to access our stations.
Only our VIP members can access Live365 stations on a different player, such as Windows Media Player, Real Player and an mp3 player on your computer (such as Winamp, iTunes, MusicMatch, etc). You can specify what player you want to use to listen to the stations on Live365 by going to the Listen Settings page, which you can access by going to www.live365.com and clicking on the Listen Settings link at the bottom of the page.
Only Live365 VIP members can access our stations using third party players. We support most mainstream players and even many that aren't. There's even a way for Linux users to tune in.
1) Log into www.live365.com with your Live365 username
2) Click the My Account link in the upper right hand corner
3) Click the Listen Settings link
4) Select which player you would like to use
5) Click SAVE at the bottom of the page and you're done
Here are the options currently available to VIP's:
Radio365: If you have Radio365-Desktop installed, it will launch from the browser
Windows Media Player: Be sure to have the latest version installed
Player365 (Flash or WMP): This is the default web-based player
Default Media Player: This will launch your default .mp3 player, whatever it might be. This is the option that Linux users should use.
Real Player: Also known as Real One
Here are a few of the players that currently work with Live365
Real Player http://www.real.com
Windows Media Player http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/default.aspx
If you have a free listening account with Live365, you may only be able to use either the embedded Flash or Windows Media Player.