1. Do you have RealAudio server
software running on your servers?
WE DO NOT have RealAudio or RealVideo server software
running on our servers. However, you can stream Real Media
files by using HTTP Streaming.
2. How can I use streaming media
or Real Audio/Video on my web site?
You can use RealAudio/Video on your web site by using
HTTP Streaming. You will need to create a .ram file that
calls your Real audio/video file. The .ram file is a text
file with an absolute URL. This URL will need to be:
Typically you'll create a realaudio file subdirectory
under public_html (that is, in a subdirectory of your
public_html folder), and put all your audiofiles there.
Then your .ram file, a.k.a., metafile, will contain an
address with this format:
The "subdirectory" is a subdirectory of your
public_html directory. So for example:
Notice: The above address goes in the .ram/metafile,
not in your HTML code. Your HTML code calls the .ram/metafile.
Then the .ram/metafile is used to call up the .rm/realmedia
file. So your HTML code would look something like this:
here to listen to music.</a>
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