WordPress audio hosting test

Please ignore this post. I’m testing the ability of WordPress to host my sermon audio files directly. (I’ve been using another service, but I’m not seeing an advantage to using it anymore.)

Epiphany 2C 2013.m4a

Looks like it’s working about as well as the other service that I use. Are you able to listen to the file? (Or do I need to transcode it to mp3 before uploading? It works on my laptop, but may not work universally.)

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7 Responses to WordPress audio hosting test

  1. Works fine in Chrome browser, running under Windows 7. -Jerry.

  2. Works fine for me – Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit, in
    Chrome 24.0.1312.57 m
    Firefox 18.0.1
    IE 9.0.8112.16421
    What plugin are you using?

    • Worked like a champ on my Android tablet running 4.0.4. On my Android phone running 2.3.6, it needed to download the file, and then I had to navigate to the downloaded file and select the file to play – yuck. I believe an MP3 would play in any player on any device.

  3. Ann Hamm says:

    The sermon came through loud and clear on my iPhone!

  4. Jon says:

    It doesn’t work on my smartphone (an Android), but it might not be important to enable smartphone listening.

  5. You did it again! Just listened to full sermon via your new service on Android phone: all is clear, both the medium and the message. I’ll look forward to more…

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