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    Hi.
    I want to upload 2 teaching files to our website. This is what I've tried so far. I converted the mp3 files to wma files, but these wouldn't upload successfully. One was 12 MB & the other was 22MB.
    Then I tried coverting the wma files to swf files. These uploaded beautifully, and they play perfectly, but you get no visuals - just a blank web page, which isn't very exciting for the listener.
    I am new to this area, so if anyone can give me some good suggestions of which way to go that would be great.
    Thanks so much,
    Kerrie
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    So these "teaching files" are audio files, correct?

    You want a visual like windows media player has, random pretty colors and such?
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    You could use an embedded Flash player for MP3 ...

    Something like: http://www.wimpyplayer.com/

    Then, you would actually just play the MP3 by clicking a button on your page.
    Your page remains in view ... the MP3 just starts playing.

    Their one-button MP3 player (Wimpy Button) is $20.00, but you can download
    and test it for free to see how it works before you buy it.

    I've used it, and it works great. No pop-up media players, no reloading pages,
    just click and listen to the MP3.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wired
    So these "teaching files" are audio files, correct?

    You want a visual like windows media player has, random pretty colors and such?
    Thanks for the reply. I think I've worked out what was wrong. I tried uploading the wma files with another program and it worked fine. These files now open up in Windows Media Player, and yeh, there's all the pretties on there!

    Thanks heaps,

    Kerrie


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