To stream an mp3 file, upload your mp3 file to your public-html directory (or to a subdirectory of your public-html directory) preferably in MP3 format. OGG is also supported in Chrome and Firefox, but not in Safari and Internet Explorer.
Then use this code:
<audio controls> <source src="http://yourwebsite.com/youraudio.mp3" type="audio/mpeg"> <source src="http://yourwebsite.com/youraudio.ogg" type="audio/ogg"> </audio>
- Create a subdirectory (e.g., media) in your public-html directory.
- Then, upload your mp3 file named (e.g., youraudio.mp3 into that directory. Be sure to upload The mp3 file in BINARY format.
- Finally, add the above code with the fully-qualified URL of your mp3 file (e.g., http://yourdomainname.com/media/mysongfile.mp3).
- Then visit the page and start the playback.
If you are using WordPress, it can natively handle media files and streaming. Upload your media file and insert it into a post. It’s that easy.
In the case of mp3 media, the buffering is determined by the media player on the listener’s computer – it’s not a server-side function.
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