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Playing sound files


 
watermiracles I have the multi-media add on for Activ E-Book Compiler.

I have created a great audio/visual E-book and I'm thrilled with the robust video control, though I wish it supported a more compressed video format, but the sound control seems to be missing a lot.

It seems to allow only Playing from the beginning of a file. It requires 10 or 20 meg files where my web site gets by nicely with mp3 files about 1/20th of that size.

I can't find any pause and restart capability or any way to fast forward or reverse. Am I overlooking something?

I can live with the large files and no fast forward or reverse, but I desperately need a solution to the pause, problem!

How can I sell an E-book where the slightest interruption causes you to have to start all over from the beginning of even a 5-minute audio file? Some of us NEVER go 5 minutes without an interruption and we would NEVER hear the whole audio file!


Posted on: 9:04 pm on February 22, 2007
Storyman Hi Watermiracles,

Don't know if this will help, but Camtasia can do what you want.


Posted on: 2:38 am on February 23, 2007
watermiracles Thanks for taking the time to help. My web site is done and working just the way I want it. Now I just want a simple way to make it run off-line with no Internet connection and no major changes in appearance and functionality and with as little work as possible. Does Camtasia fit that bill?

Posted on: 3:41 am on February 23, 2007

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