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GarryRicketson
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« on: June 26, 2011, 11:49:18 pm »

 If anyone has any suggestions, on the best ways to put videos, or  GIFS with sound ,into a web site, I sure could use some advice,..
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    Google Chrome here. When i click those links the "stuff" has to download before playing. The pictures work once sound is downloaded. Perhaps you should look into a natively smaller format for sound like midi?
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OK, I think on needing to let it download, is a config, in google chrome,but am not sure, how to change that, I am also useing google chrome, What I am looking into
is a way to have a GIF run, and if the viewer desires, to also hear the sound, they can "click" SOUND and get the sound playing with the GIF.
 Anything involveing videos, or starts getting "bulky" I have noticed this when people post you tube links, sometimes they are "choppy" and take a while to load.
 In these I used artoonix, exported the file as swf,..the original file for the music, was a midi,... Personally, I like it best, useing qb64, a sprite sheet, and the _sndplay, ...then it also is easy ,with _delay, to adjust the image speeds, to fit the music. 
 There is a lot to learn on this,...anyway,...when I get "burned out" on codeing,..this is what I do, or in reverse,....
 Artoonix can also save the file as a video, Windows media can run,..but this kind of file will not work on a web site...at least that I know of...
Thanks for looking at them
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These are the "videos" , but what is the best way to do this ?
http://garryspages.webs.com/IDEA.SWF
http://garryspages.webs.com/Danceingboy4.swf
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« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2011, 09:13:08 pm »

I was given this link in a reply to my post asking about this, on Webdesign.about.com
And it has all the answers to my questions,...

http://webdesign.about.com/od/sound/p/addsound.htm
 So also I hope it is useful to someone else.
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