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    Audio player which support m4a music files?

    Hello guys,


    I need html audio player which can play m4a, I have been researching from the web but I couldn't find anything. Is there any jquery audio player which can play m4a? or do you recommend me any audio player?


    In addition, it should be easy to implement. In other words, I just need simple audio player which support m4a.



    Thnaks for your help.

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    Here is a list of the players that support your file type, as well most of the list can be embedded into the web with the player extensions.

    http://www.fileinfo.com/extension/m4a

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnme View Post
    Here is a list of the players that support your file type, as well most of the list can be embedded into the web with the player extensions.

    http://www.fileinfo.com/extension/m4a

    You dont understand my question, I said audio player for html for my web site. Not desktop software

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    And you missed my point. First and foremost HTML/JAVASCRIPT do not play M4A audio files, HENCE the need to EMBED <--HTML TAG that can be written/placed, possibly with js, a PLAYER, whether its visible or not. SO the reason I gave you a list of applications that play them is you will need to use the embedded component of that player to get the desired result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnme View Post
    And you missed my point. First and foremost HTML/JAVASCRIPT do not play M4A audio files, HENCE the need to EMBED <--HTML TAG that can be written/placed, possibly with js, a PLAYER, whether its visible or not. SO the reason I gave you a list of applications that play them is you will need to use the embedded component of that player to get the desired result.
    First of all thanks for your help, secondly do you recommend me any player which is easy to implement in html code and usefull?

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    The best thing I would say is go with media player, you know that a majority of people run windows, and therefore have media player. I haven't need to work with such things myself, but a google search on it gave me a site with minimal code and lots of explanation. If this doesn't do it for ya, search for the player you want to use from the list, but keep in mind if you don't use something a lot of people will have, you are going to need to supply them with a way of getting the player, which will add more for you to do.

    http://www.mioplanet.com/rsc/embed_mediaplayer.htm

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    In fact the next one down in the search gave me one for hidden:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_5848522_embe...ia-player.html

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    A best practice is to use HTTML5 embed and then fall back to a media player that works across systems. Windows Media Player is for Windows users. Jflow (if already using Jquery) can work. Also Flowplayer might be of use.

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