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Streaming audio Flash component, w/o UI wanted

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Hi!

I am all new to Flash development, and pretty new to streaming audio.
Nevertheless, I am supposed to build a Flash audio player, which is supposed to consume streaming audio, both "podcast" and live (radio) audio.

I am aware of the Sound* classes in Flash, but I've also noticed that there are some custom coding that is required, such as parsing playlists files, extracting ID3-info for live audio, etc.
I've also noticed that it is possible to purchase Flash audio players for embedding in own webpages. However, none of the players I have found are controllable from another UI. In my case, I need to provide the UI (play/pause buttons, showing song/artist info, etc).

So, have I just not looked good enough? Or is it so simple to build your own streaming audio player that there is no market for what I am looking for?
(Which is, to repeat, a Flash component, without UI but controllable from (my) ActiveScript and that supports streaming live and podcast audio)

Thanks!
/Fredrik
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by:Merete
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Just one idea to get your question going may or may not be what you want
Wimpy, comes in 4 flavours Rave, Wasp, the button or even mp3
take the wasp
http://www.wimpyplayer.com/products/wimpy_wasp.html
click on more info
http://www.wimpyplayer.com/products/wimpy_standalone_flv_player.html
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Turned out that the wimpy player only comes with a UI, we can't provide our own...
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program.  See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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