Hello everyone I have preloaded the sounds in javascript array and then make audio object and pass the src from the array and this is working perfetly fine on local system but when we upload on server it says HTTP Error 404.3 - Not Found. How i can add Mime Type so the server know that this is audio file. Here is the link i find that have web.config file ( http://www.localwisdom.com/blog/2011/10/iis-7-web-config-change-for-html5-and-css3-mime-types/ ) but the problem is that when i add the mime types in web config file from above URL it will not load the CSS , Images , …

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Shows you how to play sound files with the pySFML module and Python.

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Hello guys, According to the w3 schools site HTML5 currently only supports OGG, WebM, and MP4. Most of my current media is in the WMV format so I would like to convert it to use on my site. Searching for converts returns lists of trial software or software that doesn't actually support the format. Do you have any suggestions for (preferably free) software to do this? I do have access to a Linux box, although I'm not extremely familiar with it. Thanks!

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I've got some terminal session log files that I'd like to record in a video file, anyone know a good way to do this? Preferably it would be scriptable and not need X to be running so the server could do it automatically to these logs as they arrived. The log files are currently in a UserModeLinux format, the player simply re-outpus the session exactly as it happed on screen, including timing, thus my use of video files rather than a plain text output.

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Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse in the world of software patents, a reliable source sent me this response from Steve Jobs about a patent pool that's forming and aiming to nail the open source codecs projects. It's enough to make the weak at heart go weak in the knees and stop working on open source projects. Here is Steve Jobs' response to the letter from Hugo Roy: [QUOTE]From: Steve Jobs To: Hugo Roy Subject: Re: Open letter to Steve Jobs: Thoughts on Flash Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2010 06:21:17 -0700 All video codecs are covered by …

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The End.