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Subject: Re: FLASH: Sound streaming
From: John Croteau
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 22:13:22 GMT

Hi Daniel,

> I am doing a website for an early music choral group, The Sixteen, and
> thought it would be a great idea to include sound samples in the
> Discography. It is very much unfinished, and there is only one 'test' in
> Flash.
> I want to know how long it takes to hear the sound, a thirty second sample.
> Go to http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/djh-graphics/sixteen and let me know.
Real audio doesn't require a Real server but does work better with one.
One suggestion is I would use Streaming Sound in Flash.
Now you have to wait for the whole file to download. With streaming this
would not be required. I would do a short preload delay (with If frame
is loaded) while about 10-15% of the file downloaded. Note Streaming
Audio in Flash is larger but will probably allow you to start streaming

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