With Media player, you can listen to music and other audio files stored on your device or a compatible memory card (if inserted) and audio streams from the internet. You can also watch video clips or watch streaming videos from the internet. Through the media player, you can also stream content from available universal plug and play (UPnP) media servers.
, and select My selection> Media player. The
application consists of two different views. To access and
launch media clips, use Library. To play media, use Now playing.
The media player scans your device and your memory cards automatically (when inserted). Scanning the memory card takes some time, so content in the card may not be available immediately after inserting the card.
The found media clips and UPnP media servers are automatically displayed in Library that includes the following top categories by default:
Music—Includes audio media stored locally. You can browse your audio clips by different categories, for example, by album or by artist. Video—Includes video media stored locally. Internet radio—Includes links to radio streams and your favourite radio stations, as well as an internet radio directory. UPnP media servers also appear on the list if they are available.
With Internet radio you can listen to internet radio channels or any other compatible audio streams. The internet radio supports the MP3 and WMA file formats, and, M3U, PLS, RAM, and WPL playlists. Some other playlists, such as ASX, WAX, and WPL are supported only partially.
To add an internet radio channel to the list of radio channels, do the following:
1. In Media player, select Add media bookmark....