What's the best way to play RAM audio on a website?

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by switters, Sep 15, 2006.

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    switters

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    What is the best way to play RAM audio?

    I have no idea and I need some nooby guidance. I am making this site for a jazz singers and there are 2 RAM format songs. I know how to build a flash music player but I can't seem to import the RAM formats. What is another way of giving the end-user the choice to play either song #1 or song#2? Also to give the end user the opportunity to pause and replay???


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    SilentPanda

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    #2
    Real Audio is the format. User real player if you can.
     
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    switters

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    Thanks....still not sure what to do....I have 2 songs that have a RM , not sure what to do next. I am a true noooob, so please be detailed in your answers.

    I also have a MAC if that makes any difference.
     
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    Old Smuggler

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    forget about those files
    it isnt worth it
    realplayer messed up my computer bad along with another guys
    i had to erase and install the whole computer after that it now works fine

    here is the thread

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=221949


    you may recieve different results
     
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    switters

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    damn....


    sorry to hear that.


    What the heck should I do? She gave me 2 real player files in need of being uploaded to her site with music controls.

    GRRRRRRRRRR....I am confused.........
    ????????
     
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    switters

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    I'll give you money if ou help me, there is a total of six songs and 4 video.

    I am willing to outsourse it to whomever could help me.
     
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    switters

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    OK...

    I figured it out, well sort off.

    I am not thinking about conversion software for now...I built a javascript driven reall player PLAYER. The only thing is is that is works on a safari and nothing else.

    If anyone here knows why do tell, please.../


    Thanks...

    Have a great day

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    bowens

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    If you can get to a windows computer, I've used a program called Switch to convert real media files to mp3. If you do that you won't have to worry any with real files. There might be some similar program for OS X, I'm not sure.
     

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