This plugin converts URLs to audio files (MP3, OGG, WAV) into HTML5 audio with Flash-based player backup + Cache-System support and Shortcode.
This plugins adds possibility to place audio files into posts and pages using the oEmbed technology used by WordPress for other purposes (YouTube videos etc). Audio files are embeded using HTML5 audio tag, with Flash-based backup player for MP3 format for browsers that don't support either HTML5 or MP3 format (Internet Explorer up to version 8.0, Firefox and Opera).
To put audio file into a post, simply enter the URL link to the audio file as separate paragraph. The plugin will convert it into the player on the page. See screenshots.
This is a special version of oEmbed HTML5 Audio: It is completely rewritten to support Cache Systems like WP Super Cache or W3 Total Cache and I've added some new Features.
Eine deutschsprachige Anleitung zu diesem Plugin ist auf meinem Blog zu finden: WordPress und HTML5 Audio Support – Plugin
I've added a simple Shortcode to give you the full control of your HTML5 Audio:
[audio id="your-css-id" class="pb-html5-audio-element" mp3="audio.mp3" ogg="audio.ogg" wav="audio.wav" autoplay="on" loop="on" preload="on" controls="on" flash_fallback="on" hidden="off"]
All Parameters are optional, but you need to specify at least one Audio Source: mp3, ogg or wav.
Please note: The Flash Fallback works only with mp3 files!
Since version 2.3 you can use the Generator below your Editor in Posts and Pages.
If you want to place an Audio-Tag Player in your Theme, you can use the Shortcode via PHP:
<?php echo do_shortcode('[audio mp3="audio.mp3" ogg="audio.ogg" wav="audio.wav" autoplay="on" loop="on" preload="on" controls="on" flash_fallback="on" hidden="off"]'); ?>
A complete list which Browser supports which format you can find here: HTML5 CSS3 Box - HTML5 Audio-Tag
If you have any questions or problems, you can ask me: Pascal Bajorat - Webdesigner / WordPress / WebDeveloper
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.2
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: 4,000+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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