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    Streaming Music on site (.ram file real media)

    Hi,

    i would like to know where i can find a playlist/streamer webbased, for example it can stream .ram .rm files....so people wouldn't be able to download music just stream and listen....please if anyone knows where i can get the script or program help me, i need this really badly...any help appriciated and thanks in advance.

    P.S. This is an example of what i am looking for

    http://www.mahiram.com/music/index.p...Asian%20Flavas

    Thanks

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    Most RAM files can be ripped if you know what you are doing; are you really asking on about how to stream music.

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    im not asking how to stream mp3's or anything i want to stream ram/rm files and yes i am aware that ram files can be ripped....but i just want to know how can i stream them or have a webbased program like the one on that site that i provided the link of.

    Thanks

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    RealAudio Streaming stub files use the *.ram (audio/x-pn-realaudio) as the shortcut thus you would create a new file and then type in full URL to *.ra (audio/x-realaudio) file:

    Code:
    http://www.yoursite.com/mysong.ra
    Then save the meta file as mysong.ram and point the webpage to the *.ram shortcut meta file:

    Code:
    http://www.yoursite.com/mysong.ram

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    well y don't you embed the file ...cya
    partial owner of the merlinsmedia.com

    -king of the media (not howard stern )

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    how do i embed the file?

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    <embed src="file" extraparameters>

    Look up 'HTML DOM embed' on google.

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    Question But what if...

    Once the song has been fully streamed, is there a way to burn it to a CD?


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    yes, anyone with a sound card that costs more then $50 can record what the card is outputing. if your using audio for promotial uses and you dont want people stealing it, just put low quality (96kbps or so) audio up. nobody that likes music is gona listen to a crappy quality version. and the people that arnt savy enough to hear the difference, probably arnt good enough on a computer to figure out what the source file is. just my 2 cents

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