Anthony Mullen wrote: > > Hi folks, > > My service provider (globalnet) are crap and don't host real audio >logicals > that I need to stream from my webspace.. > > Question is - is there a way around this - by installing some sort of >server > side program to do this? > To http stream real audio from any server 1) Make your .rm file, preferably in encoder 5.0 (most compatible) at your chosen rate, for example 20/kbs and save the file i.e. audiofile.rm 2) Use a text file editor and make a new file that has the url of the .rm file, for example the file can inlcude one or more lines that would read http://www.myserver.com/audiofile.rm save the file as audiofile.ram 3) Post both files on the server and link to the .ram file for streaming and the .rm for download. General preference: 56k modem users can usually stream a file at 16kbs or 20kbs reasonably. MP3 can also be streamed using a similar method naming the 'wrapper' file audiofile.m3u MP3 is quite good for high quality files or 128kbs and real audio is very nice for low quality.