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embedding audio

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hi

you know when you embed images you do all the hard stuff but basicaly imbed it in to the <img src => tag. hwat do you embed audio in to.

thanx for any sugestions i know its not well explained.

thanx

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wouldn't this go in the html help area?

you can embed audio/video with the <embed> tag

example: <embed src="your-file.mp3" autostart="true" />

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ok thanx i mean im using php to do the work so i thought that this is it but i know what u mean thnx alot for ur help.

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No prob ;)

Btw there are loads of useful attributes you could use like loop, hidden, and width & height (if hidden is set false) :)

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well im planning on creating one of those reading programs but im trying know to figure out what the name of the bundle of sounds is called i rember reading about it, i think sony are preparing to do a book reading thing using acters voices all they require is a set of sounds.

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i just finished a project like that but it took more then php i had to get a program and get that program to read the contents of the page and then read back in a actors voice is that what you mean.

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yeh exactly yes, what was the header("Content-type: image/jpeg"); for the audio embedment be im on that part know lol

tell me more

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maybe u could build up the audio file with parts of binary from the db and make it as a whole by re writing it

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