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  1. Hi, In an earlier topic I was trying to get the sounds to play off the server. The sound file being served by the server. Eventually I have a situation where I have finally managed to get the sound to play within the ajax block. The lines of code shown execute and the sound is played. However if I try and pass the audio object back to the calling function (// return audio) it ends up in the calling code as undefined !??? Could this be because of the asynchronous nature of ajax ? If so, Is there a way to get around it and pass the object back to the calling function successfully? <script> $(document).ready(function(){ $('.btn').click( function() startSound(); }); function startSound() { $('.btn').disabled = true; playURL = getURL(); audio = playServerURL(playURL); console.log(audio); --------------------------------- ( ERROR--A ) // alert("Received Data"); // var audio = new Audio(playURL); // audio.type = 'audio/mpeg'; // audio.play(); // audio.onended = getNextUrl; } // Get sounds off the server $.ajax({ type: 'GET', url: 'playsound1.php', data: {sf: 'ready.mp3'}, dataType:"binary", success:function(data){ // doesn't trigger alert("Yey !"); // does not popup . . . audio = new Audio(audBlob); var audio = new Audio(audBlob); // return audio; audio.type = 'audio/mp3'; console.log(audio); -------------------------------------- (Message B) audio.play(); } }) }) </script> console.log() inside the ajax (Message -- B) gives the audio object console.log() inside the startSound gives (Error -- A) :- Please can someone shed light on this. Thanks all !
  2. is there a library that can convert between these filetypes: mp3, wav, ogg, webm thanks, dsdsdsdsd
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