Posted in Computers & Tech / Internet and Websites
Author: Jon_nammer Total-Replies: 10
I NEED HELP ON PUTTING MUSIC ON MY WEBSITE!!! THE MUSIC CANNOT BE LOCATED ON MP3 DOWNLOADS !!! Man I downloaded the music on my limewire now i have to figure out how the hell am i going to get this mp3 song to a website so i can play as bgsound (example: www.figuremusic.com/song/pwnage.mp3) i need a website where i can like make my music into a website.. its confusing for me to explain........ i need a website where i can like post a music file and if people wants to listen to it they click it for the link to upload the song and listen to it(not downloading) p.s example of the code i need <BGSOUND balance=0 src="http://www.misak24.com/FileLib/ThreeDaysGrace-IHateEverythingAboutYou1.mp3" volume=0 loop=100></BGSOUND> the url has to be changed to the song i want people to hear instead of that song i putted i cannot find the .mp3 file for the song i need please help
Add: firstname.lastname@example.org if u want me to explain the best i can:(
Posted in Computers & Tech / What's New...?
Author: jedipi Total-Replies: 4
Apple is going to celebrate for their one billionth
purchased songs download. They have launched
a countdown webpage for it.
The lucky user who download every 100,000th song
will receive a 4GB black iPod nano and a $100 iTunes
Music voucher. The lucky grand-prize winner who
downloads the billionth song will receive a 20-inch
iMac, 10 60GB video iPods(5 white, 5black) and a
$10,000 iTunes Music voucher.
looking at the counter on it countdown webpage,
I can see tons of users downloading songs like crazy...
but, before you download, please read Official Rules,
e.g. you have to over 13 years old; Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec)
Posted in Computers & Tech / Internet and Websites
Author: jcguy Total-Replies: 9
Sometimes, I come across websites that are very annoying, like webpages which play embedded music files or excessive animations. Seems that people who encouter such websites like me have a solution is you use Firefox. Just use an extension and you can hack and alter these websites and webpages!
According to Wired (http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/13.09/start.html?pg=7):
Most scripts fix buggy page designs or filter unwanted content such as ads and sidebar links. Some are more surgical, like the one that lets you read Boing Boing at the office without the site's racier posts popping up on your monitor. The best mods mix content from multiple sites, upsetting the carefully calibrated sales environments at big online retailers. Check out Amazon's page for the new Harry Potter novel, and the Book Burro script adds a yellow sticky in the corner with up-to-the-second price quotes scraped from Barnes & Noble, Powell's Books, and other competitors. Even Boodman's employer has been modded. A script called Butler stuffs Froogle pages with links to other shopping sites. It also undoes the clever copy protection on Google Print - the company's massive archive of scanned books - so you can copy and paste copyrighted book pages to your desktop.
Mark Pilgrim, the Web developer who created Butler and has written a book on Greasemonkey scripts, says he expects an arms race between site modders and site owners. For now, a company can block a specific user script by adding countermeasure code to the page. "That's due to weaknesses in the architecture that are already known," Pilgrim says. "But ultimately it's going to be unstoppable. I have the code running on my computer and you don't." Boodman agrees that tweaking is inevitable: "A lot of users view the Web as something static that is created for them, which they can either consume or not, but have no control over. Engineers have always known this was false. The Web was designed to be open and hackable from the start."
An Amazon rep said the company accepts the fledgling tech. Greasemonkey is still too obscure to pose a threat. Google wouldn't comment. But Babak Nivi, a Boston-area venture consultant, says ecommerce won't be able to ignore Greasemonkey for long. "This little baby is going to blow up business models," he says. In other words, it's time to rewrite some old scripts.
Notice from moonwitch:
Use quote tags next time and don't double post - credits adjusted
Tue Sep 6, 2005 New Discussion
Posted in General Discussion / Computer Talk
Author: finaldesign Total-Replies: 12
yes! I kinda agree with you perfectly! and even on that, that anyone can rap and make a song. I can too. and you can even check and listen and download my songs from my webpage. and I give my songs for free download. but soon I will make an master CD and send it to factory, so anyone who like my music can buy my original cd, and be a proud owner of a cd (many people are collecting cds...). and all other can download for free. that's the way I think it's fair and good.
Posted in Computers & Tech / Designing / Web Design and HTML
Author: DrK3055A Total-Replies: 9
im not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but since webdesigning people visit this forum, they probably have some answer for my question :]
im making a own website and im looking for some backround music with the same style as http://www.batterydrink.com/pitlanegame some computer based chill music. i cant make this stuff myself since i dont have programs nor the knowledge to do music myself, so does anybody here know if there is a page or something found from the internet from where you can download songs (computer made songs) that you can use on your website ? or so.. ones that are preferrably free. I know i could buy that stuff but i dont really want to spend money in this. so if you know something please help me out.
Link: view Post: 91015
You should check this web:
It has tones of Creative Commons material of electronic and computer generated music genere.
For more pages that offer CC songs, go to the creative commons webpage for audio:
I'm sure there you'll find CC tracks with a license that let you use them at your webpage.
Posted in Free Web Hosting / *FREE WEB HOSTING REQUESTS / FREE WEB HOSTING : NEW ACCOUNT..
Author: teraslasch Total-Replies: 1
Desired subdomain: zericonstudios.astahost.com
Desired Username : zericon
Email : email@example.com
Package: mini-starter package
Reason : I want to start up a webpage for music. "Zericon Studios" is created by me and i want to put up some info on my compositions and demos of my music ..
hope you would grant me the webspace
Sun Jan 30, 2005 New Discussion
Posted in Computers & Tech / Designing / Web Design and HTML
Author: mlywrrn Total-Replies: 3
Freewebs is an online webpage where you can create a webpage or add a forum.
Piczo is simarlar to Freewebs but for more advanced users
Both of these web sites accept:
and Much Much more.
Posted in Others / Website Review (No post count..
Author: minnieadkins Total-Replies: 3
Thx ..yah i hope i can actually "learn" php well enough to actually put up a site. Also check out
This is the [/S]uperior clan site. They've been around for awhile, and a lot of their links are to old web pages. "Very" old webpages. Anyways thx for the critique.
Posted in Computers & Tech / Programming / Scripting / PHP
Author: vicky99 Total-Replies: 2
I want to stream music from my website. The file format is .rm. People say that one need a Helix Server or other media server to stream. I have found a solution to this problem as well. I read an article about streaming music. It tells that if the size of the media file is small and the byte rate of the media file is lower than that of the user internet connections byte rate, the file get streamed automatically from HTTP
In theory, any file is "streamed" by a web server that is, sent back to the client in small pieces. What makes
media files special is that a media player can start playing the file even before it receives the full file. However, supposing the media player downloads one second of music, and plays it, and the data for the next second has not yet been downloaded, it will stop immediately. You will have to click Play again. However, if the bit rate of the media file is less than the bit rate of the connection, the player will always be able to download faster than play, and so, while there may be delays in playing the media, it won't stop.
I have uploaded couple of files on the server and they are working. But in my endeavor of making a contemporary online music website I am facing many problems which are as follows:-
I am using object and embed tag to play music in WebPages. I have created a RAM file which contains the links of the media files i.e. RM files. The RAM file is embedded to the web page e.g. <embed src=”http://server/ramfile.ram “>. Up to this point everything is under control. Now I want to let my users choose multiple songs. To do that, I used check box to select more that one song. I used query strings to send the links or id of the selected songs and retrieved the urls on the page where the songs would be played. Here the problem arises. How can I add multiple url to embed tag.
I found out a solution but it did not work. My idea was to create a RAM file (Many of you guys may already know about it yet I would like to explain the phenomenon. One can create a RAM file which may contain more than one media file links. For example, aramfile.ram may contain both http://server/a.rm and http://server/b.rm. If such a RAM file is embedded to a web page multiple songs can be played in a random manner) dynamically which would contain the list of links we received from query string. But with PHP, one cannot create a file on web server nor can open a file with write option. According to me it was the best possible solution but it is not feasible. I know that many professional personal employ this method. How they do it is mystery to me.
Then I began my search to find a way out. Fortunate I found out a way. Answer to my problem was HTTP HEADER. I would like to share what I understand about HTTP HEADER before I proceed.
Using headers server and browser communicate. Server sends headers before sending any other data.
Headers can contain many types of information and instructions that the server and browser use to help each other know what to do next.
Further PHP can be used to manipulate headers to get desired output. Using the following the codes one can create a ram file.
header("Content-Type: audio/x-pn-realaudio ram;");
It did work. But in external player. I could not play the song inside the web page. So, friends I would be very grateful if some one helps me out …..
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Tue Apr 18, 2006 New Discussion
Posted in Others / Gaming / Game News and Headlines
Author: PathofNeo Total-Replies: 0
Here is a fairly complete and possibly opinionated review of the 2.0 PSP firmware, which will be available for Japanese PSPs on the 27th.
Internet browser added
* Macromedia Flash is not supported. Some webpage content may not be displayed properly.
* You will be able to restrict launching of the browser (kind of like UMDs, but this will be a Yes/No type of restriction).
What this means: You get an internet browser on your PSP which requires any standard 802.11x wireless router. It implements HTML 4.01 which is fine for 98% of the content on the web. There will be bookmarks, so you don't have to use the standard PSP input interface everytime you want to go to a site in your bookmarks.
Concerns: The main problem with the Wipeout Pure/Derby Time SCEJ browser was the load times. This was not due to bandwith issues, but had to do with loading the page into memory which took a long time. It is unknown how fast the 2.0 firmware's browser is.
Jump function added (UMD Video & UMD Music)
A-B repeat function added (UMD Video & UMD Music & videos stored in Memory sticks)
"4:3 mode" added to Video mode (videos stored in Memory sticks)
Sound mute function added (videos stored in Memory sticks)
MP4 (AVC) format playback support added (videos stored in Memory sticks)
What this means: The Jump function just means that you can skip to the next scene/track on a UMD. A-B repeat function was already implemented in mp3 playback; it lets you choose a clip, starting at point A and ending at point B, and it just loops that clip. 4:3 mode is just another aspect ratio, and it is used in standard TVs. Sound mute - shuts teh PSP's face. MP4(AVC) Playback - There are 2 main types of MPEG-4 movies: MP4 vanilla and MP4 (Part 10). Standard MP4 is the vanilla one, and it is widely used in portables - the PSP already had this. MP4 (Part 10) is also known as AVC and H.264. AVC/H.264 is a very good COderDEcoder which has very good quality for small filesize. It is one of the newest and best codecs out there, along with DivX/XviD.
Concerns: Not much to complain about here. The PSP has a chip specifically used for decoding AVC/H.264 files, and it already uses it for playing back those little clips you see in some of your gamesaves. Only problem is that AVC/H.264 takes a long time to convert to. Quicktime 7 pro might have a good solution for that though.
Can accept music tracks in Atrac3 + format from "Sonicstage" under version 3.2 (now for pre-order)
MP4 (AAC) & Wave (Linear PCM) format playback support added (music stored in Memory sticks)
What this means: ATRAC3 is a Sony music format which weeds out frequencies that some people think they can hear but that you really can't hear. This leads to "cleaner" music at a lower filesize. Previously, SonicStage would not recognize a PRO Memory Stick, but now it will, so you'll be able to transfer over your music. MP4(AAC) - You've got an iPod with a decent screen! No, really, AAC is what iTunes uses, and some audiophiles will argue that it's better than mp3 @ 192kbps. Whatever. Wave, or *.wav, is uncompressed sound, and you'll almost never find a song in this format. *.wav is used mostly for soundbites.
Concerns: None. Now you can use music from iTunes.
Wallpaper function added
Image transfer function added
TIFF, GIF, PNG, BMP format supported
What this means: You'll be able to set any image in your Memory Stick as your background. I don't think that it will write it to flash though, so once you take out your MS, the background will revert back to normal. Image Transferring - this means that you'll be able to WiFi your friend the Trinity. TIFF, GIF, PNG, BMP = Tagged Image File Format, Graphics Interchange Format, Portable Network Graphics, Windows Bitmap. These are just more file formats like JPEG(Joint Photography Experts Group)
Concerns: What if your friend sends YOU the trinity?
"Korean language" added to "system settings" -> "System language"
"Character set" added to "system settings"
"Theme settings" added
"Internet browser startup restriction" added to "Security settings"
"WPA-PSK (TKIP)" added to security method in "Network settings"
Web input support is added to the keyboard input mode.
What this means: Korean people can now use a JP PSP. Character Set.. this is just a guess, but perhaps this has to do with using foreign characters in an English keypad. For example, in 1.50, if you change the language to English, you can't type in Japanese characters. Theme Settings - We'll have to see about this one. Browser Startup Restriction - set this to Off so a random person can't browse the internet without the password. WPA-PSIK: this is stronger than the WEP encryption that wireless routers use. 128-bit WEP can be broken within 15 minutes (as was proven on LUELinks) and WPA is a lot stronger. Web Input... this has to be more than just being able to type in a browser. Perhaps there will be a new way to type.
Concerns: None, but there are a lot of questions to be asked.
Overall, it's a good package, and will give emulation a run for it's money.
*Note: Everything here was typed off the top of my head; there may be some factual errors, but I belive it's at least 98% correct.
2.0 is expected for American PSPs within a week of the Japanese release.