Adding Audio to Your Web Site. Adventures in Information February 17, 1999 presented byEileen Flick, ISD. What it takes:. Computer (Pentium or PowerMac recommended) with a sound card Plenty of hard drive space for uncompressed sound Source (CD, video tape, voice, etc)
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Adventures in Information
February 17, 1999
presented byEileen Flick, ISD
Ex: play the song
EX: - page will refresh and sound will play after one second
While adding sound to web pages is fun, remember not all computers are created equal so:
MPEG Layer 3, known as MP3, is a digital audio format for quick-downloading files that sound almost as good as CDs. Compresses at 12:1; a five-minute CD song takes about 50 megabytes of storage space, an MP3 file of the same time length, occupies only about 4~5MB.
20 second 44KHz 16-bit 1:1 = 1.7MB || Same file encoded to MP3 = 333K