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Re: [Gnump3d-users] Trouble streaming files ending in .m4a

From: Mark Mykkanen
Subject: Re: [Gnump3d-users] Trouble streaming files ending in .m4a
Date: Tue, 24 May 2005 13:49:25 -0700 (PDT)

Assuming that you have "mime_file =
/etc/gnump3d/mime.types" defined, check your
configuration of the gnump3d/mime.types for a line
audio/mpeg                  mpga mpega mp2 mp3 mp4 m4a

>From that point on it's a client/browser issue.  Make
sure you have an app asssociated with the filetype. 
In windows, this should be straightforward.  In Linux,
this will depend on your browser and mime.types

On Tue, May 24, 2005 at 02:08:09PM -0500, kracker
> Greetings Fellow GNUmp3d Users,
> I have been having a particularly frustrating
problem with serving a
> subset of my audio files on my own personal GNUmp3d
> The problem I have been experiencing is related
(mostly) to mp3 audio
> files (no encrypted bits here :) with the .m4a file
extent ion.
> It seems with my configuration of the latest stable
release (just
> setup again 2 weeks ago)
> Serves files .m4a for direct download entirely
before the song plays,
> while for the first 2 weeks I ignored this,
continued use has begun to
> exasperate me as I must wait for a bulk of my audio
collection to
> actually download the entire audio file before it
can be started /
> played by my local audio client.
> I looked for a configuration option to control this
behavior but could
> not seem to find one at first glance. Would someone
else who might
> have a little more experience in this regard shed
some light on to my
> situation as to where I can alter or extend this
(wonderful) free
> software program to support streaming the files on
the fly instead of
> downloading the files completely before starting the
playing of the
> audio stream / file.
> respectfully,
> //kracker
> buck_65 :this_right_here_is :
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