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Here is a simple and effective way. Transacribe the audios and post it below the audio file. You will have unique content + more data for the search engines to fetch more traffic to the site. Use services like Fiverr to get the transcribed. Very good method for long term. Hope that helps.


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It's still not doable via facebook. You can send sound files via message, and they can be played in the messages. Facebook doesn't have an option to put up only audio files. You have to turn your MP3 file into a video file then add a picture so it can play or use some external service for this. For example, if you upload your file to https://clyp.it/ you ...


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The most universally recognized lossy audio format in 2016 is MPEG-4 AAC audio. Every device from the 21st century that can play audio video uses ISO/IEC 14496 MPEG-4. The playback decoding is done in hardware within the device rather than software on the general purpose CPU, which is very important in mobile applications where CPU resources are limited. ...


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caniuse.com suggests that it is not supported in Internet Explorer, Opera Mini, or KaiOS Browser. All other current browser versions show they are compatible.


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Each format is intellectual property and requires a license to decode it. Video is much the same, but is further complicated by the fact that a “video format” is actually a combination of a video codec and an audio codec, so in some cases playback requires two licenses. Some of these formats are freely licensed, but others cost big money. Source: ...


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The problem would seem to be that you are specifying an unsupported/invalid mime-type in the type attribute. (See IE audio object - Scroll down for the supported mime-types.) If this is AAC in an MP4 container then the correct mime-type should probably be audio/mp4. Internet Explorer does not appear to be able to handle an incorrect mime-type, whereas ...


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Fixed the issue by using the following HTML5 markup: <audio src="music.m4a" controls></audio>


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You need to change type="audio/mp3 to type="audio/ogg. Example - <audio controls autoplay="autoplay"><source src="http://example:8001/mpd.ogg" type="audio/ogg">


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There was a time when soundcast/icecast worked, somewhat. But with flash being very limited with device compatibility I ditched both years ago. 2 things to consider when streaming..listeners for the most part can not rewind or forward which is a very outdated concept. On demand is where it is at, unless you have a live Q and A, I do not see a need for live ...


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