Your text link in the post Play/pause Audio Player with API worked great with full list of songs on the page. However, when we tried it with the iframe on the page, it did not start the player. Any idea how to make the text link work with the iframe? The iframe approach is a much simpler structure for us.
When adding the iframe, assign an id for it, for example:
Greetings. I am trying out your product before I buy it, and I was able to go through the steps easily. However, I seem unable to place the player on a page in Muse, or successfully insert the code. Do you have any recommendations?
You can view the following tutorial and use an iframe to insert the player to Adobe Muse:
I was evaluating and hoping that the amazingaudioplayer would be a solution to the simple requirement that I have.
I want an AutoPlay mp3 song to be played as background music on a html page, and provide a button
to pause/play the music. This should work on major browsers, also on mobile devices.
It does work on desktop browsers on Windows and Mac, but the AutoPlay function does not work on Android 4.3 (galaxy s4), and it does not work on IOS 6 safari. (Ipod touch). The button does shows correctly in play mode (shows the pause button), but no music is playing.
Apparently this is because Android and IOS require human interaction and forbid autoplay.
Any help is sincerely appreciated.
Audio/video autoplay is not allowed on iPhone, iPad and Android. It’s a limit from the device, and there is no way to bypass it.
I bought the Amazing player, everything works great, but small problem.
I created player with almost 150 audio files and image, everything plays but almost 10 files they dont load into
player, it cannot be size of the file b’coz bigger size files are playing without any trouble. when I checked directly the link of the file it works.
What could be the problem.
Do you mean there are some songs can not be played?
Please only use numbers 0-9, letters A-Z, a-z, dashes ‘-‘ and underscores ‘_’ for the mp3 filename. Avoid using spaces ‘ ‘, &, #, *, !, quotations and accented letters.
MP3 filename with special characters may cause problems when the player works in web browser.
The WordPress installer will not upload the zip file unless it is under 10 MB in size. I’m using an eight song playlist for a band, which is 20 MB in size. If the playlist is under 10 Mb, I can use the WordPress uploader and things work as expected.
I can unzip the file on my local machine and upload the entire folder manually via FTP into the plugins directory, and it works and installs one playlist, but then I cannot install another second playlist manually. Are there any further instructions for this method? The band has multiple albums.
Can you clarify in the publish dialogue for a WordPress player what “create a standalone plugin for this audio player” means?
The option “create a standalone plugin for this audio player” will create a standalone plugin for each player.
So you can use it to fix the problem:
1. In the application, choose the option “create a standalone plugin for this audio player”. In the bottom left of the dialog, choose a different “Audio Player id”. You need to choose a different “audio player id” for each player.
2. Create the plugin. Unzip the ZIP file on local machine, the folder should be like “amazingaudioplayer-plugin-X”. The X is the “Audio Player id” you selected for the player. Upload the folder to your WordPress plugins folder.
3. Activate the plugin. It will be a standalone plugin, just for this player.
4. The provided shortcode is different for each player. Please copy the exactly shortcode created by the plugin.