Discussion in 'Fix This MIX!' started by AndyB, Mar 23, 2015.
that works and others dont. I have no idea why some do and some don't but we are all experiences this. Were you able to stream that file on the link I gave you. None of us can.
Andy, the biterate of this is 128.
Do you have a 320Kbps audio file and can you post it here as a test.
(audiokid edit) test 192Kbps
Seams to work fine here.
I did notice in the other thread, page 5 here:
This audio file was posted many times, but they all play fine for me. The bug mentioned was sometimes the embedded player did not show up, is this the symptom.
Same. It disappears when I hit play, as it does with others on Windows using Firefox. It will play if I assign it to play using Windows Media Player or Quicktime, but it won't play using your player. Anything 192 and under will play.
Note, this seems to only be with Firefox and Windows. Explorer works. But many of us don't use Explorer.
How do we add that?
FWIW, the latest files that both you and Andy posted played fine for me, and I'm still using FireFox.
Thats because its 192bitrate,Donny!
I just updated the add-on here on recording.org and now the problem is fixed.
You Rock Andy! Thanks man.
Since we have you, and I am just learning about this, will this play AAC 384, the itunes mp3 version? Which is suposed to be so close to 44.1 16 bit CD quality that is would be hard to hear the difference? This will be the next request indeed.
Looks like AAC audio files will have the .m4a extension which is not supported by the HTML5 <audio> player.
I thought it was part of HTML5. Isn't that goofy.
I'm confoozled... The most recent files you both posted were titled as 320...
Separate names with a comma.