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how i can put music in my home, 'couse in the controls dont have radio or other option.. :/


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If you do not have the option in About Land > Media to set your music stream, then you will need to contact your land lord to do that for you. This is most often the case with Mainland Rentals, where you, as a renter don't get full rights over your parcel. In that case there is nothing you can do but to contact the person you're renting from.

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If you do have access to the Music URL option then here is how you find a music source....

 

Take a look at www.shoutcast.com to id stations that are playing content you want to hear.

Then Lets say you want Nature Sounds...

Go to

http://www.shoutcast.com/radio/Nature

Pick any MP3** stream link and right-mouse click on it. Select the Save target as... ????.pls to your desktop. Open it with any text editor. Inside you will see something like the following:

[playlist] numberofentries=1 File1=http://88.80.200.195:8000 Title1=(#1 - 13/80) stream.silent.li organic relax radio: nature sounds Length1=-1 Version=2

The Land URLs is the http://....at File=1

In this example http://88.80.200.195:8000

So in this case do: World / About Land / Sound / and set the Music URL: to http://88.80.200.195:8000

Good Listening to you!



P.S. ** It's important that you pick a station broadcasting streaming MP3 because the FMOD service that comes with SL only recognizes and supports this method.

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Well idk for you guys the other one is right if you are renting a land you cant but if you own one like forever well go to about land> and play parcel audio and if you have a listen ip you can play it right now by stream but if you own a shoutcast server you may need to portforward your ports 

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