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MP3 Sound Stream Working screen

Compiling the Project:

This is what the program looks like once you click “Go” and it starts compiling your files. As you will notice it creates three files.

  • A htm file – The actual htm

  • A streaming animation file – the largest which is your sound

  • A Controller file – the button controller you chose.

Inserting into a web page:

If you open your htm file you will find it contains some code like that below.


<object classid=“clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000″ codebase=

/,0,0,0″ width=100 height=30 align=“absmiddle”>

<param name=movie value=“mp3ss21d.swf”>

<param name=quality value=best>

<param name=wmode value=transparent>

<param name=bgcolor value=#FFFFFF>

<param name=loop value=true>

<embed src=“mp3ss21d.swf” quality=best wmode=transparent bgcolor=#FFFFFF
true width=100 height=30 type=“application/x-shockwave-flash” pluginspage=
Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash” align=“absmiddle”>




Simply select the area of your web page you would like it to go and copy and paste this code into that space and you will end up with a look like this.


You must make sure the two swf files are in the same root directory as the web page. If not then you need to adjust this and direct the player to the correct location.

Well that’s how simple it is to put sound on your site using the MP3 Sound Streamer. You can add as many as you like and of course there are ways you can manipulate the files by renaming and moving them around.