Mopidy-Stream is an extension for playing streaming music. It is bundled with Mopidy and enabled by default.
This backend does not provide a library or playlist storage. It simply accepts
any URI added to Mopidy’s tracklist that matches any of the protocols in the
stream/protocols config value. It then tries to retrieve metadata
and play back the URI using GStreamer. For example, if you’re using an MPD
client, you’ll just have to find your clients “add URI” interface, and provide
it with the URI of a stream.
In addition to playing streams, the extension also understands how to extract streams from a lot of playlist formats. This is convenient as most Internet radio stations links to playlists instead of directly to the radio streams.
If you’re having trouble playing back a stream, run the
command to check if you have all relevant GStreamer plugins installed.
See Configuration for general help on configuring Mopidy.
[stream] enabled = true protocols = file http https mms rtmp rtmps rtsp timeout = 5000 metadata_blacklist =
If the stream extension should be enabled or not.
Whitelist of URI schemas to allow streaming from. Values should be separated by either comma or newline.
Number of milliseconds before giving up looking up stream metadata.
List of URI globs to not fetch metadata from before playing. This feature is typically needed for play once URIs provided by certain streaming providers. Regular POSIX glob semantics apply, so
http://*.example.com/*would match all example.com sub-domains.