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The NE1 web builder has a special "Asset Manager" that will assist in placing media files.  NOTE: If you are streaming MP3 files be sure to select the .m3u file rather than the .mp3 file. If you are streaming RealAudio files be sure to select the .r...
You can if you have a Gold, Silver, or Bronze hosting package. (Free and Starter accounts don\'t support recorded audio.)
There are several types of audio files and its important to understand what they are so you can select the best format for the audio on your website. Before we get into each type, there's one term that should be understood: streaming. Streaming audio basi...
If you are using the Windows Media Player to rip songs from a CD, start the Windows Media Player. Right-click on the Rip tab, move your mouse down to “Tools” and then over to “Options.” On the window that pops up, click the “...
First you'll have to connect a tape player to the "line in" input of your sound card. If you want to create a Real Player file, then follow the instructions and help provided with RealProducer or the MP3 encoder software after you've downloaded and instal...
There are three basic steps: Create the audio file on your computer. Transfer the audio file to your account on the server. Update your website to link to the audio file. Each of these steps are covered in the other sections of this help category.
RealAudio (.rm) format requires two files. The first is the music file itself. We'll call it music.rm for this example. The second file is a simple text file. We'll call it music.ram. Let's also assume your domain name is mysite.com. First, upload music...
If you have an NE1 built website, the Asset Manager allows uploading of Media Files. If you do not have an NE1 built website, you can upload your files using the following method: Open Internet Explorer and enter "ftp://your_ftp_username@your_domain_name...
These are prorietary audio formats created by Microsoft to compete with MP3 and Real Audio. They are not as widely used, so while you are welcome to use them, we are not going to discuss them here at the present time.
Real Audio (.RAM) files were designed specifically for streaming audio on the internet. Since the quality of streaming audio is directly related to the bandwidth, higher quality Real Audio files can be created for high-speed internet (DSL, cable modem) us...
Windows Audio (.WAV) files are very common; every computer can play them. They are are uncompressed, so the quality is perfect, but the files are extremely large. A five-minute CD quality stereo recording can be more than 50 MB! WAV files are not streamin...
MP3 has become the most prominent audio format online, because of the growing use of broadband Internet connections, the popularity of MP3 players, and the fact that MP3 is an open audio standard (not held privately by one company). MP3 files offer near-C...
Streaming audio enables a person to listen to audio at the same time it is downloading. True streaming technology adjusts the the bit rate of the audio to match the listeners connection speed. True streaming requires special streaming server software that...
MP3 files can be \"ripped\" from a CD using Windows Media Player, which comes installed on every Windows-based PC. There are many other MP3 encoders available. To find them go to download.com and search for \"MP3 encoder,\" or Google Free MP3 en...
You can find more information about creating audio files and putting them on your website in the following article from OurChurch.Com\'s Christian WebTrends Blog: Sounds from the Church: Sermon Audio Tips