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Another MP3 Player for Your Site November 8, 2006

Posted by Jeff in Podcast Software, Podcasting.
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Yesterday, I talked about Wimpy versus FLAM... both MP3 players for podcasts on your site. I got an email about another open source option that I just wanted to share breifly.

XSPF Web Music Player is a flash-based web application that uses the xspf playlist format to play mp3 songs. You can integrate it into your website just as the others. XSPF stands for the XML Shareable Playlist Format and the software is written in Actionscript 2. It’s less slick on the admin side than Wimpy or FLAM, but it’s free, and you have some more control what it does if you like to get in and code things. There is a Slim, Extended, and Button version which would be equivalent to a regular player, jukebox, and button from Wimpy or FLAM.

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