Yes, I know that. When I parse the playlist, there is a url like - http://someplace.com/someaudiostream
There isn't a type on the stream filename.
Playing with the streams, the only one I can get to anything is mp3. Does aac, wma work with Roku ?
It works with mp3 BUT normally you get back about 15 "startup progress" messages that range from an index of 0 to 1000.
Once you hit 1000, it starts playing. This goes bye fairly fast, 1 or 2 seconds max.
Every once in awhile the Roku goes into mumble mode on a stream that played.
The startup messages come in with an index of 1 to 20 higher than the previous message.
So it takes a looooong time to get to a 1000. (over a minute)
But once it gets there, it starts playing.
I don't know the significance of the message index value but 1000 seems to a ready.
Also when the Roku goes into mumble mode, the only way to clear it, is to turn it off/on.
Have you noticed any similarity with the streams you're seeing this on? Maybe it's a really low bitrate stream or something?
Anyone know of anything I can use to monitor the traffic data going through a router ?
I would like to verify that the Roku isn't leaving a stream up when it goes into "mumble" mode.