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Sample Audio Descriptions (MP3 audio format):
Jorge Luis Borges’ 1967-8 Norton Lectures On Poetry (And Everything Else Literary) http://www.openculture.com/2012/05/jorge_luis_borges_1967-8_norton_lectures_on_poetry_and_everything_else_literary.html
This is an audio about political words recording from PONS.
I can't integrate an audio in my activity. When I open the activity I have to upload the audio every time again from my computer in the activity. It doesn't work with copy the link of my post in ZIP-format to integrate the audio forever. Can you put my audio file in the Gallery? Further down is the Link of my post. Just now it's the before last post.
this is equivalent to the more general form:
you can substitute the part after /?audio= with your own .MP3 url
if some .MP3 isn't playing (yours had issues), you can transcode it to MP3 (again) using Miro Video Converter (free tool from http://www.mirovideoconverter.com/ [uses ffmpeg library under a nice and simple UI]) and use the resulting one
e.g. yours converted from 900+ KB to just 173KB in side
btw, we don't store media into the .clipflair files on purpose to avoid bloating them in side. You have to use URLs of media on the web (especially for video smooth streams from our gallery or elsewhere are suggested because they start fast)
local media file support is currently only available for local testing purposes or presentations/labs, not for sharing.
I may allow media embedding though in the future, with responsibility on the activity author to not bloat the file with huge media assets
btw, at the back of the Clip component you have to give http://gallery.clipflair.net/audio/pol.Vokabeln-Aufnahme-PONS.mp3
the studio.clipflair.net URL is for use at the brower address bar to quickly make a new activity with your audio in it (then you can turn over the clip component there and copy the Media URL)
in the future the Clip component will be clever to also support http://studio... launcher URLs that have been given to it and convert them to http://gallery... URLs (where the actual files are hosted)
Términos políticos record from PONS
the .wmv attached seems to be the same audio as:
or am I wrong?
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