Playing m4a files

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01 Jun 2023 15:22 #8091 by Bruno PASSERAT
Hello everyone
I have a problem reading m4a files in the sermon view.
In the sermon list view, the player is displayed correctly and works, but not in the single sermon view.
It is available in a member area (after logging in)
It works well with mp3 files
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01 Jun 2023 22:39 #8092 by Thomas Hunziker
Replied by Thomas Hunziker on topic Playing m4a files
Which player are you using? The mediaelement player should actually work with m4a files also in the single sermon view. The code just checks the file extension, so if mp3 works and m4a not, I'm a bit lost what it could be.

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02 Jun 2023 17:55 #8093 by Bruno PASSERAT
Replied by Bruno PASSERAT on topic Playing m4a files
Hi Thomas
Thank you for your answer
I use The mediaelement player
mp3 works well in the single sermon view but not m4a, in 3 different browsers
I told my client to use mp3
I will see later
Have a good day
Bruno

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05 Jun 2023 13:21 #8101 by Thomas Hunziker
Replied by Thomas Hunziker on topic Playing m4a files
Unfortunately, that seems to be a bug in the MediaElement player which I can't fix myself. The JS runs into an error internally and disables the controls then.
I have to dig a bit more into it so I can open a proper issue at their site.

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05 Jun 2023 13:27 #8102 by Bruno PASSERAT
Replied by Bruno PASSERAT on topic Playing m4a files
Hello Thomas
Don't bother with this. It's not urgent, my client will use the mp3 instead.
But it might help other people in the future
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