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If you need to insert a playable soundtrack into one or more of your web pages, you might consider Free Audio to Flash Converter as a good solution to meet this need. It allows you to create a standalone audio player in Flash format, ready to be inserted into your webpage. The program generates the HTML code for you, so that all you need to do is copy it and embed it in your own code directly.
This application supports practically all known audio formats for the input, including MP3, ACC, AC3, WAV, WMA, Ogg, and many others. However, it will convert your input audio file to MP3 first (when necessary) before creating your audio player. You can choose the output quality level from five presets. The program allows you to choose among several player models and among six colors per model. Players go from a simple play/pause button design to a full-featured player that even allows you to select which audio file to play.
Thus, the program allows you to add more than one audio file to your media player. However, this makes sense when you select the "Multi" player model only (the one that allows you to select the song to be played back). The simpler models will also allow you to add multiple audio files, but only the first one will be played back when the player is ready. I consider this a setback, since the program could play back all your audio tracks sequentially, even with the single button player model. Finally, you can set the program to show an “HTML example” after conversion. If you do so, the program will automatically open a webpage where you can see both the player and the HTML code, which you can copy and paste into your website.
To sum up, Free Audio to Flash Converter allows you to add one or more soundtracks to your web pages, complete with a Flash-based audio player, in an easy and fast way.
- Easy to use
- Neat user interface
- Supports practically all known audio formats
- Allows you to select among several player models and colors
- Capable of showing you an HTML example with your player, after the conversion
- Multiple soundtracks can only be played when you select the "Multi" player model