When I'm on the web I can't play .wav or .mp3 files
I'm trying to get sound bites from various websites, but when I click on the files (from internet) nothing happens. I just get an error message that says "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage."
Re: when I'm on the web I can't play .wav or .mp3 files
You probibly have the security set to high. I'm sure you need to go to internet options and under <Security> tab put the slide bar to <Medium> and then check the <Advanced> tab to see if under <Multimedea> you have the <Allow sounds to be played> option ticked.
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There are several possible causes for this. Can you hear sound when your computer starts up or shuts down? If so, we can eliminate the sound card being faulty. What music application are you using? If it's a different music type than a .wav or .mp3 file, some applications encounter problems when trying to play various files. I suggest Media Monkey or iTunes. If either of these do not help, I would suggest checking the troubleshooting section of the manufacturer's website.
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I wanted to be specific about this line in the official post regarding attachment of sound to an acrobat file in version 9
QuickTime 6.0 or
later is required to work with movies in InDesign. You can add
AVI, MPEG, and SWF movies. However, QuickTime no longer offers full
of SWF files. You can also add WAV, AIF, and AU sound clips. InDesign
only 8? or 16?bit WAV files that are not compressed.
These are the only official file formats of sound files which as per adobe can be attached with version 9 acrobat. You can go through rest of the article by clicking on the link below.
The Vivitar DVR560G outputs each of these file types...JPEG, MP3, AVI and WAV.
To view a video, you must use and mP3 or AVI file. Right now your output is a .WAV file which is an audio only file. See your owners manual for output options.
I'm wondering if you can't play .mp3, .wav or other audio files on your computer, or just Internet Explorer, or just specifically myspace.
First try: Open Internet Explorer. Select Tools from the Menu list. (If you do not have a menu list, right click the gray area below the url bar and select menu bar from the drop down list)
Select Internet Options from the Tools Menu. Select the Advanced Tab. Scroll down to the Multi-Media heading. Make sure that "Play sounds in web pages" is checked. Close Internet Explorer, re open and test.