I downloaded some mp3 files from www.nemesysmusic.com/gigdemo.htm
None of them works neither on my WINAMP nor
on my WINDOWS MEDIA-PLAYER. I downloaded
many mp3 files from other sites and they all
work fine. Any hint?
I went into your web page (by the way excellent job) and clicked \"The way it is\"
demo mp3 of 4.4 MB
Here the difference. When I download your file and play it, it works
When I click instant playing it opens my mp3
player and it works too but with interuptions
which is understandable since I work here only with a 56k modem.
However, when click the mp3 on nemesysmusic.com no player opens and I get streaming hieroglyphes on my screen. When I
download the file (with right mouse click)
and play it, I get this strange interupted playback (see last e-mail).
I\'ve checked out different kinds of settings but couldn\'t fix it. Maybe the files were corrupted during download.
Can you try download again ?
I\'m very interested in that because i run an ISDN connection now,but had such problems in the past using a modem.
that is what I thought first too. But I downloaded the files from nemesysmusic page
about three times. Here at the office I have a 56K modem.
But I did the same at home. There I have the Time Warner Cable Modem and it works about 10 times faster than the 56k. I also installed
WINAMP and tried to play nemesysmusic-mp3
files there. Same thing. They don\'t work and
other mp3 files work fine.
Business:HP Pentium III 550MHz, 128MB Ram
WIN 98, 56K modem.
Home: HP Pentium II 450 MHZ, 128MB Ram,
I have also had this problem and I know what the problem is. . .Netscape! When a hyperlink goes directly to a file netscape first tries to read it, That is when the browser displays the hexadecimal info. Then you either right click download or shift+click the link and it downloads but for some reason the file gets couruppted and the playback does that garbled start stop thing. . .netscape actully requires the html download instruction to keep this from happening. The solution: use IE4 and you wont have a problem. . .