Support » Plugin: HTML5 jQuery Audio Player » ogg converter

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  • Plugin Author Maeve Lander

    (@enigmaweb)

    I use Goldwave

    But there are heaps of options available, just run a google search

    raimyabdul

    (@raimyabdul)

    Thank you! Do we have to put the ogg file and the mp3 file under same directory? Or separate the two?

    Plugin Author Maeve Lander

    (@enigmaweb)

    No worries. You can put the ogg and mp3s anywhere you want – they don’t have to be in the same directory. Either will work fine.

    jmward

    (@jmward)

    Goldwave didn’t work for me – I got a divide-by-zero exception when converting an MP3 to OGG. So I used Audacity instead – no problem.

    raimyabdul

    (@raimyabdul)

    Is it a must for us to have ogg file as well? Why does ogg file require?

    Plugin Author Maeve Lander

    (@enigmaweb)

    Yeah you need to have both ogg and mp3 files for this player – its the way this player is compatible with all browsers and devices (which a lot aren’t).

    I have been using the same link for the mp3 files and the ogg files. I don’t need to have the ogg files played – but the plugin requires a link. So using the same link in both fields works out fine.

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