Suggest a wav or aiff player

Hi,

Plz suggest me a player to play .wav or .aiff files. so that i can use
it in my Ruby on Rails App.

Thanks,
Srikanth

Srikanth J. wrote:

Hi,

Plz suggest me a player to play .wav or .aiff files. so that i can use
it in my Ruby on Rails App.

The server-side has nothing to do with this. Players exists client-side.
Web browsers will typically rely on a plugin to play sound files. For
instance on the Mac, QuickTime is the default player for these types of
files. Windows will, of course, use Windows Media Player by default.

http://www.w3schools.com/media/media_browsersounds.asp

Robert W. wrote:

Srikanth J. wrote:

Hi,

Plz suggest me a player to play .wav or .aiff files. so that i can use
it in my Ruby on Rails App.

The server-side has nothing to do with this. Players exists client-side.
Web browsers will typically rely on a plugin to play sound files. For
instance on the Mac, QuickTime is the default player for these types of
files. Windows will, of course, use Windows Media Player by default.

http://www.w3schools.com/media/media_browsersounds.asp

Thanks a lot …
this helped me so much…

Srikanth J. wrote:

Thanks a lot …
this helped me so much…

You should also be aware that supporting audio and video on the web is
undergoing a significant change in the transition from HTML 4.01 to
HTML5.

HTML5 includes a couple of new tags and . Several modern
browsers (Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox, etc.) already have implemented
support for these new tags. Although I’m not sure if everything is
completely settled yet.

http://www.w3schools.com/html5/tag_audio.asp
http://www.w3schools.com/html5/tag_video.asp

Also several experiments are underway to support HTML5 video.

This one comes to mind:
http://www.youtube.com/html5

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