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How are you playing/downloading the MP3 files? Are they #swa members
that you use as sprites (so that they will stream), or...?
I play the mp3 files as sprites in the score that are streaming from the web server. If you selecr "Insert->Media Element->Shockwave Audio" from the menu in Director you can choose to import a mp3/swa file. This file will import as a cast member which will have an external link address. (e.g. http://www.adobe.com/mysound/myfile.mp3) I have then dragged this cast member onto channel 1 in the score spanning for instance 10 frames.
It does not make a difference wether the soundfile is of type mp3 or swa, I have tried both.
Hi, I experience exactly the same problem. IE7 crashes then it stops the mp3 / swa file. It even crashes then I close the window. I have tried on several computers with the same result, all running windows XP. The problem does not occur in IE6 or Firefox. Im trying to find out a way to make a workaround the problem, and I will let you know if i find a solution.
I just tried something that I think solved the problem, I changed the IIS property, "HTTP keep alive" to enabled, and the problem was gone.
Are you sure about this and that your sound file is not cached etc? I already have the box "HTTP Keep-Alives Enabled" box ticked and it still crashes.
ok, sorry, it was not the keep-alive thing. I did not know that the problem only occured when the sound was preloading, apparently it works fine after 100% of the mp3 is loaded.
This problem is very annoying. I have tried a lot of things, e.g. changing sound device, preloading mp3:s from other servers, updating directSound drivers, changing acceleration of the sound board, pausing the swa member before stopping the sound. Nothing helps.