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    Question What Flash based player do you use to embed MP3 on your Website?

    Hello!

    I want to embed samples/full tracks in the MP3 format on my Website (music that I've composed - no worries about copyrights).

    To do so, I want to embed a Flash player.

    I the past I've used:
    XSPF Web Music Player
    http://musicplayer.sourceforge.net/

    but it's a little bit buggy (when you resume a track, it will skip to the next one), looks "old" and lack some features (can't fast forward tracks).

    I found one that looks good, but it's in Italian:
    FMP3
    http://www.enricolai.com/FMP3/FMP3-flash-mp3-player.asp

    and you can only fast forward ("drag") tracks once the whole MP3 has beed downloaded.

    Would it be hard to change the code to be able to fast forward tracks while they are downloading?

    Which player do you use (must have a Web 2.0 look or be able to "skin" the player) on your Webpages?

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    Look for JW Media Player on Google, its great to me and you can put some skins on it.
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    Yeah, saw this one, but didn't found any demo for MP3s...

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    Well it works, I use it for movies and music.

    Also you could go to www.gotoandlearn.com for some good tutorials on how to make your own.
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