adding a *.wav or *mp3 file to my HTML
kline at tao.thought.org
Tue Feb 28 15:14:31 PST 2006
On Tue, Feb 28, 2006 at 10:54:58PM +0100, Daniel A. wrote:
> On 2/28/06, Gary Kline <kline at tao.thought.org> wrote:
> > Folks,
> > This is for the advanced HTML people out there, or anyone
> > who knows about audio+HTML. I have a brief (10-sec) wav
> > file that I would like to add to one html/php page.
> > If people do not have audio (say, xmms or realplayer),
> > I don't want to nag them. The audio isn't critical,
> > but I think it's a nice touch.
> > One: how can I add this snd.wav to html? andor php?
> > Two: since it takes N secs to pull over the wav file,
> > is there a way to translate it to (say) 32k MP3?
> > And, again, how would I add this to my HTML/php
> > page without nagging my readers?
> > thanks for any pointers
> > gary
> OH FOR GODS SAKE DO NOT ADD AUDIO TO YOUR WEBSITE!
> Please! I BEG YOU!
> Websites with sound are the kind of websites I never visit again. I
> think that I speak for many of us, when I say that I dont WANT to hear
> your mp3 file when I visit your website. I am already listening to the
> music I love wholeheartedly, and I dont want your website to ruin the
> greatest guitar solo in the world. Why do you ruin my guitar solo?
> Suggestion: If you are going to add the sound file despite my plea, I
> recommend you that you create a warning page first (Like porn sites
> have) which says "WARNING: ANNOYING EMBEDDED AUDIO INSIDE", just so I
> am warned.
Yeah, this is something I've been considering. It's also why
I've kept my Jottings pages simple text. Do I want to add something
like birds-a-twittering (or <<whatever>>) and ruin my CD that's
playing? This is probably why most audio sites have click-on
graphics when the user is ready to listen.
Thanks for everyones' replies.
Gary Kline kline at thought.org www.thought.org Public service Unix
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