get our audio programs to play, you must single click on
audio links with the ".mp3" suffix.
- is a continuous feed of our program to your audio
player so that you won't have to wait for the complete
download of the file prior to listening. This is an
important function for all listeners to know about,
especially for those with just a regular 56k telephone
streaming solution for PC listeners using Internet
Decide to use Windows Media Player as your default
player. Check to make sure you have the latest version.
This multimedia player program just keeps getting better
with each update.
Launch Windows Media Player. In full screen mode where
menus are available, go: Tools / Options / Select Tab:
[Player] / click select the item "Connect to the
Internet (overrides other commands). Continue and Select
Tab: [File Types] / click "Select All", and then
click the "OK" button.
each of the other players on your computer and find its
Preferences or Options area 'File Types'. Deselect all
the different file types, especially "mp3" files.
Examples of other audio players are: QuickTime, Real
Audio, Winamp, etc.
you've done this, your computer should now use Windows
Media Player as the default player. So,... now when you
click on our "program.mp3" links, Windows Media
Player will launch automatically and start streaming
the audio to you within about 5-30 seconds after an
initial short connection download.
Macintosh computer user sent in this helpful hint that
allows him to see our S.I.R. program web pages and listen
to the program.mp3 file at the same time.
1. Using your Macintosh web browser, go to the
Ströndin Internet Radio home page and click on the
program you want to listen to.
you click on a "program.mp3" file it will launch
Quicktime and give you the player's window. Quicktime
should start to play the program fairly quickly.
on the Amber
button in the upper left corner of the window to "park"
the player in the dock where it will continue to play.
Re-open the "Program's intro page" and click on "the
story" arrows to look at text and pictures.
Robert Asgeirsson, producer
to Program 14..