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Place the sound file on your site somewhere then create a link to it. Or is it that you want it to play automatically when they visit a certain page?
Thanks. No I want to have the user "click" on the link. Will try it out
If that's the case then yes, just upload the file to your site and link to it ust like any other file.
The only thing is that you may want to consider the format of the audio file. Be sure it's a common format so others can play it.
This is not my post , but one i was going to do.
You asked if you they wanted it automatic , YES , i would like this option on my site , best ideas ???
You would enable autoplay.
For instance, you would upload the file and add the following code to the page.
<embed src="filename.ext" width="x" height="x" autoplay="true" hidden="x" loop="x" volume="x"></embed>
You can also set some of the other options to true or false depending on what you want it to do.
Just about every media player can handle MP3 files. But getting sound files to play on the web takes some extra effort. Not everyone has the required plug-ins. If your site visitors don't have the plug-ins installed, their browser won't launch the helper application needed to play sound files. One way around this is to provide a media player on the page and use a playlist (assuming you'll have more than one sermon on the site), from which visitors can choose.
Wimpy Player is a great way to stream MP3 files from your site through a Flash based player. Just upload MP3 files to your server and Wimpy takes care of the rest.
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I have discovered that the file created by the recording system at the church I am
helping is listed as a "CD Audio file" (.cda). I recorded a test and brought it home and am now wondering whether there is any way I can convert it to mp3. Any suggestions as to how to do this? I do have Media Monkey but I can't seem to get it to see the CD Audio file.
I will also see whether there is any way I can record as an mp3.
There are many converters out there. Some free, some not. Google cpa to mp3 to see what will work for you.