Support » Plugin: mb.miniAudioPlayer - an HTML5 audio player for your mp3 files » Player used for radio stream – buffering issue

  • Resolved ogas

    (@ogas)



    Hello, I’m using this great looking and easy to use player for a radio stream page – http://www.bucurestiinnoapte.ro/radio

    I’m having issues though with the buffering – the player starts loading/playing the stream and everything is ok but let’s say that after 1 minute you decide to close the tab or sometimes only hit F5 / refresh the page

    the player starts streaming AGAIN what it has buffered previously and when this buffer ends it tries to catch the live stream again or just repeat only the part that it has buffered, … this issue is making this wonderful player somehow unusable for my needs,

    do you have any advice on this matter?

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-miniaudioplayer/

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  • Plugin Author pupunzi

    (@pupunzi)

    @ogas:
    Sorry but the trick of adding the new date() to the “setmedia” doesn’t work.

    I’ll see if there’s a way to solve the cache problem.

    Bye,
    M

    ogas

    (@ogas)

    Ya, definitelly it is a cache problem – first of all is the browser cache and after that the player that plays from the browser cache

    not to mention that WordPress enthusiasts try to cache WordPress as much as possible – so that they increase loading speed 😐

    Hello. And I have the same problem as “ogas”. Any solution?
    Thanks in advance.

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