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gate1975mlm 12th January 2008 06:34 PM

Error when opening .asx files!
I like to save radio streams to my PC. The files are .asx files. BSPlayer Pro will not open the stream and says error.

WMP and Realplayer can open it just fine.

What is going on?

gate1975mlm 11th February 2008 05:52 PM


BSPeter 11th February 2008 08:05 PM

Yes, hello to you too.
Did you already contact BS.Player-team?
To purchasers of BSPlayer Pro (holding an officially obtained registration code), BSPlayer-team provides technical e-mail support, which is made available through the contact-form at (A link to this form is also provided at BSPlayer's webpage "Customer Service". So BSPlayer Pro users are invited to use this options to receive direct support from BSPlayer-team.
By the way: I don't think you can save as mentioned using BS.Player!

adicoto 11th February 2008 09:02 PM

Not BSPlayer. Usually you do that into the "downloading" dialog box when it ask you if you want to open the stream or to save it to your computer, like downloading any other file.

BSPeter 11th February 2008 10:29 PM

Yes, of course. It's that simple. So simple I forgot about it. :oops:
Maybe that's also what gate1975mlm meant to say and that he then (after download) wishes to play it using BS.Player. I've done so in the past with no troubles at all.

adicoto 12th February 2008 06:48 AM

I wasn't able to find asx streams :( . M3U seems to be preffered in my country.

BSPeter 12th February 2008 08:33 PM

video (not audio):
(There seem to be some problems in Vista+IE7 and/or with Quicktime and/or with Nero Showtime installed.)
Edit: another link (audio this time):
On second thought I think "rightclick > save as" only saves a link.
I probably mixed up this ("having done so in the past") with .asf files.

adicoto 13th February 2008 07:05 AM

Strange !!! No problems in opening the webcam link, saved as asx on my computer, but error when trying the audio one.

J7N 14th February 2008 06:40 AM

Only Microsoft is to blame for popularizing this overly complex technology. The Windows Media formats can't be guaranteed to work everywhere.

bst 14th February 2008 09:42 PM

Please try latest beta.

adicoto 14th February 2008 10:14 PM

Seems to be OK now for the audio one. The video, on the other side, doesn't work any more.

BSPeter 15th February 2008 12:34 AM


Originally Posted by adicoto
Seems to be OK now for the audio one. The video, on the other side, doesn't work any more.

Video-link may be down; Another link:

adicoto 15th February 2008 01:49 AM


BSPeter 15th February 2008 02:01 AM

Can always happen to the best of us!

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