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(Message started by: Olivier Guillion on May 2nd, 2005, 2:49pm)

Title: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Olivier Guillion on May 2nd, 2005, 2:49pm
[EN]
To anybody who uses the Myriad Music Plugin in his Web pages:

From the newest version (5.1.0), the HTML code that enables to embed a music score into a Web page has to be changed.

- If you built these Web pages from the default Jukebox export of Harmony/Melody, then you just have to generate them again with the lastest release (HA 9.1 / MA 7.1).

- If you defined your own template for the Jukebox export, then you'll have to amend it first. Open the default template ("htmlexport.cfg" file stored in the "Data" subfolder of the program's install folder) and change your own template accordingly.

- If you worked directly on your Web pages HTML source file, then you must follow the new guidelines provided here:
http://www.myriad-online.com/en/docs/plugdoc.htm

If you don't amend your pages, then some (more and more) Internet Explorer users on Windows will be unable to view your scores.

[FR]
A tous ceux qui utilisent le  Myriad Music Plugin dans leurs pages Web:

A partir de la nouvelle version (Music Plugin v5.1.0), le code HTML qui permet d'inclure une partition dans une page Web doit être modifié.

- Si vous avez créé ces pages Web grâce à l'export par défaut du Jukebox dans Harmony/Melody, vous devez simplement les générer à nouveau avec la dernière version (HA 9.1 / MA 7.1).

- Si vous avez défini votre propre modèle d'export du Jukebox, alors vous devez d'abord le modifier. Ouvrez le modèle par défaut (fichier "htmlexport.cfg" stocké dans le sous-dossier "Data" du dossier d'installation du programme) et modifiez votre propre modèle en fonction.

- Si vous avez travaillé directement sur le fichier source HTML de vos pages, alors suivez les indications fournies ici:
http://www.myriad-online.com/fr/docs/plugdoc.htm

Si vous ne modifiez pas vos pages, certains  utilisateurs d'Internet Explorer sous Windows (de plus en plus) ne pourront plus visualiser vos partitions en ligne.

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Olivier Guillion on May 3rd, 2005, 3:14pm
New:
Harmony Assistant users:
A script can automate the changes that need to be made to your web pages. Please read this thread:
http://www.myriad-online.com/cgi-bin/bbs/YaBB.pl?board=MYRSCRIPT;action=display;num=1115125646

Nouveau:
Utilisateurs d'Harmony Assistant :
Un script peut automatiser les changements devant être apportés à vos pages Web. Merci de lire ce fil:
http://www.myriad-online.com/cgi-bin/bbs/YaBB.pl?board=MYRSCRIPT;action=display;num=1115125646

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Pascal on May 4th, 2005, 10:23am
Bonjour,

Y-a-t il des problèmes de compatibilité avec les nouvelles pages <-> anciens plug-in ?

Dit autrement :

Est-ce que l'ouverture d'une page modifiée pour le nouveau plugin par un navigateur doté de l'ancien plug-in (version <5.1.0) reste possible ?

Enfin, est-il possible de signaler à l'utilisateur d'une page que son plugin est périmé et qu'il doit le mettre à jour, voire lancer automatiquement l'opération après demande de confirmation ? (via Javascript par exemple ?)  ???

D'avance, merci !

Pascal

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Sylvain Machefert on May 4th, 2005, 10:45am
Le plug-in périme de toute façon quand le format des fichiers change.
Tout comme on ne peut pas ouvrir un fichier fait avec HA 9.1 dans HA 9, on ne peut pas lire un fichier HA 9.1 avec un plug-in ancien.

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Pascal on May 4th, 2005, 11:10am
Bonjour Sylvain,

Pour la pérénité, je le savais (merci quand même !).
Ce qui m'inquiète, c'est que je diffuse un stock de partitions (plus de 300) à l'usage premier des membres de deux groupes folk, dont une grande partie est particulièrement ignare en informatique...  :'(

D'une part j'aurais aimé automatiser la mise à jour de plugin le plus possible pour eux, et d'autre part aurait préféré savoir comment vont se comporter les pages modifiées lues avec un navigateur dotés de vieux plugin.

Je ne pourrai probablement pas installer le nouveau plugin V5.1 pour tester la transformation des pages, puis revenir à l'ancien pour voir ce qui se passe !!! (ou  alors je m'attend au pire  pour la stabilité de Windaube, naturellement vacillante !)

Enfin, il va y avoir pendant longtemps un mélange de fichiers issus de plusieurs versions, donc les problèmes n'apparaîtront pas immédiatement.

Cordialement,
Pascal

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Olivier Guillion on May 4th, 2005, 1:15pm
Le nouveau code HTML est 100% compatible avec les anciennes versions du plug-in.

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Olivier Guillion on May 4th, 2005, 2:11pm
Le script de conversion est disponible dans ce fil:
http://www.myriad-online.com/cgi-bin/bbs/YaBB.pl?board=MYRSCRIPT;action=display;num=1115125646

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Robert_A. on May 4th, 2005, 5:30pm
As part of Windows XP-SP2 security:

Internet Explorer may be configured so that it will not activate JavaScript, plugins, or ActiveX controls when a page is saved to the hard drive. - Even when the same page plays without difficulty when viewed directly by Internet. This is the recommended security configuration.

I beleive the reason is that a page saved to the hard drive may be able to access files in any sub-folder from the saved page location (possibly any local file), whereas a page on the Internet can only access files within the "Temporary Internet Files" folder (probably no local files).

Regarding the new Myriad plugin: When properly installed, it can play directly over the Internet in IE or Firefox (XP-SP2). It can also play from saved file on hard drive, only in Firefox.

If a saved web page is loaded in IE, there will be security warnings. Over-riding the security will NOT play the MYR file. However, the chrome (appearance of the plugin) will be present in the web page. But the notation will not appear, and the music will not play. IE will not show any error message. A report from Myriad will state that the plugin is up to date and properly installed.

This is not a problem with the plugin. Indeed, I am surprised that Myriad could create an installer for IE with full XP-SP2 security, without warnings when viewed by Internet.

However, if some users state that the plugin does not work in IE, ask if they are trying to play a file saved to hard drive.

If IE users wish to save to hard drive, the page should be saved using the "Favorites" menu in IE, "save to Favorites" with "Make available off-line."

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Olivier Guillion on May 4th, 2005, 6:02pm
Thanks for the info, Robert.

On my side, for testing my Web pages locally, I set up a small Intranet server (Web server restricted to LAN accesses). This kind of configuration overrides the IE security settings because the pages are not considered to be on the local HD.

I think this way of working is recommended for everybody who wants to test his pages in depth (or who is using server-side languages or applications).

There are some freeware Web servers that do this job pretty well.

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Robert_A. on May 4th, 2005, 6:06pm
Olivier wrote :
Quote:
On my side, for testing my Web pages locally, I set up a small Intranet server (Web server restricted to LAN accesses). This kind of configuration overrides the IE security settings because the pages are not considered to be on the local HD.


Right! On my own computer, I installed the free "Abyss Web Server" by Aprelium Technologies. It allows me to view my own local web pages on IE without all the security warnings.

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Benjamin on May 17th, 2005, 9:08pm
[EN]
I've updated my "Singing" webpage with the new plug-in code, as well as installed the latest plug-in update (5.1.3); however, the ending credits on my webpage source are being ignored by IE. I used an HTML "TABLE" to include each of the MYR files. But now, none of my HTML code after the "table" data is interpreted in my MSIE v6 w/SP2 browser. Please help!

http://www.pdmusic.org/singing.html

[FR]
J'ai mis à jour ma page Web de "chant" avec le nouveau code embrochable, aussi bien qu'ai installé la dernière mise à jour embrochable (5.1.3) ; cependant, les crédits de fin sur ma source de page Web sont ignorés par IE. J'avais l'habitude un HTML "TABLEAU" pour inclure chacun des dossiers de MYR. Mais maintenant aucun de mon HTML le code après les données de "table" est interprété dans mon navigateur de MSIE v6 w/SP2. Svp aide !

http://www.pdmusic.org/singing.html

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Olivier Guillion on May 17th, 2005, 9:14pm
The </object> tags seem to be missing.
Did you generate these pages from the jukebox ?
Are you using the default template?

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Benjamin on May 18th, 2005, 11:01am
Thanks! I was just cutting and pasting your "new" code for the Myriad plug-in. I've never used the "Jukebox" yet. All my webpages are "hand" coded with NoteTab Light 4.95 (www.notetab.com). Otherwise I use a reference book called HTML 4 in 24 Hours (Fourth Edition) by Dick Oliver (Inidanapolis, IN: SAMS, a Division of Macmillian USA, 1999).

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Olivier Guillion on May 18th, 2005, 11:06am
OK. Then add the '</Object>' closing tag at the end of each object. It seems you forgot to paste it.

Regards,

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by az on Oct 14th, 2005, 7:34pm
Bonjour!

Peut-on avoir plus de détails sur le nouveau code recommandé, et notamment sur la nécessité (?) de dupliquer (voire tripler) certains paramètres comme WIDTH et HEIGHT?

Apparemment, Firefox ne lit que les WIDTH et HEIGHT dans l'EMBED et ignore non seulement l'OBJECT mais aussi les PARAM.

IE6, lui, interprète l'EMBED mais pas s'il est inclus dans le nouveau tag OBJECT. Il semble interpréter les WIDTH et HEIGHT du tag OBJECT mais pas ceux des PARAM. Par contre, il utilise les SRC mais aussi tous les paramètres d'apparence ajoutés en PARAM (LOOK etc.)

Dès lors :
- à quoi servent les WIDTH et HEIGHT en PARAM? Pour d'autres navigateurs que les derniers Firefox et IE?
- il semble falloir dupliquer TOUS les paramètres d'apparence, à la fois en PARAM et dans l'EMBED?

Heureusement, je générais déjà le tag EMBED par Javascript, mais cela alourdit considérablement les choses et augmente le risque d'incohérences... (D'ailleurs, sur la page même des exemples sur myriad-online, il y a quelques différences entre les 3 WIDTH et HEIGHT spécifiées pour chaque partition!)
Et si on utilise Javascript comme moi, IE va peut-être aussi le refuser, ce qui annule le bénéfice de ce nouveau code recommandé?!

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by az on Oct 14th, 2005, 7:43pm
Tiens, pourquoi sur http://www.myriad-online.com/fr/docs/plugdoc.htm demande-t-on de terminer le tag PARAM par /> au lieu de >?

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Sylvain Machefert on Oct 14th, 2005, 11:24pm

on 10/14/05 à 19:43:32, az wrote:
Tiens, pourquoi sur http://www.myriad-online.com/fr/docs/plugdoc.htm demande-t-on de terminer le tag PARAM par /> au lieu de >?


Terminer par un > ça marche très bien, mais de plus en plus on se dirige vers des pages HTML au format XML.

Le format XML dit que si un tag contient quelque chose au milieu, on écrit <tag>quelque chose</tag>
c'est par exemple le cas en HTML de <body>, <div>, <p>, <form>...

Et si y'a rien à mettre au milieu, il faut l'écrire <tag />
(l'espace avant le / est important, c'est pour que des vieux navigateurs comme netscape 4 considère "tag" et pas "tag/"
C'est le cas de <br />, <hr /> <img src="..." alt="" />, <input type...name...value... />
on n'écrit jamais <br></br> ou <img>...</img>

Comme les paramètres n'ont rien au milieu (ils ont des attributs comme on a l'attribut src pour une img, ou type pour un input) on met <param .... />

Voilà voilà :)

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Olivier Guillion on Oct 17th, 2005, 10:14am

on 10/14/05 à 19:34:23, az wrote:
Apparemment, Firefox ne lit que les WIDTH et HEIGHT dans l'EMBED et ignore non seulement l'OBJECT mais aussi les PARAM.

Absolument.

Quote:
IE6, lui, interprète l'EMBED mais pas s'il est inclus dans le nouveau tag OBJECT.

Il n'interprète l'EMBED que si les plug-ins "standard" (style Netscape) sont activés, ce qui devient de plus en plus difficile avec les nouvelles versions d'IE.

Quote:
Il semble interpréter les WIDTH et HEIGHT du tag OBJECT mais pas ceux des PARAM.

En effet, il utilise les WIDTH et HEIGHT du tag OBJECT pour réserver et utiliser la zone de taille voulue sur l'écran


Quote:
Par contre, il utilise les SRC mais aussi tous les paramètres d'apparence ajoutés en PARAM (LOOK etc.)

Oui, seuls les PARAMs sont transmis au plug-in lui-même.

Quote:
Dès lors :
- à quoi servent les WIDTH et HEIGHT en PARAM? Pour d'autres navigateurs que les derniers Firefox et IE?

Ils servent à signaler au plug-in la taille de la zone qui lui est réservée. Cela peut marcher sans, mais pour des raisons de future compatibilité il est conseillé de le respecter.

Quote:
- il semble falloir dupliquer TOUS les paramètres d'apparence, à la fois en PARAM et dans l'EMBED?

Oui.
Les paramètres dans <OBJECT> et <PARAM> sont destinés à IE sur Windows, en mode ActiveX, les paramètres dans EMBED sont destinés à tous les autres navigateurs.

Quote:
Heureusement, je générais déjà le tag EMBED par Javascript, mais cela alourdit considérablement les choses et augmente le risque d'incohérences... (D'ailleurs, sur la page même des exemples sur myriad-online, il y a quelques différences entre les 3 WIDTH et HEIGHT spécifiées pour chaque partition!)

Dans le pire des cas, l'aire de la partition sur la page Web ne sera pas exactement la même en fonction du navigateur utilisé.

Quote:
Et si on utilise Javascript comme moi, IE va peut-être aussi le refuser, ce qui annule le bénéfice de ce nouveau code recommandé?!

Eh... Je ne vois pas ce que nous pourrions faire si IE se mettait à refuser le Javascript... Ce n'est plus de notre ressort.

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Eddy on Feb 8th, 2006, 8:50pm
Would someone please check these webpages? The pages involving the myriad plug-in no longer work since my ISP changed it's server though they worked before..

http://www.egoldmidincd.com/dover.html

http://www.egoldmidincd.com/4vs.htm

5/24/06 Please note new url:

http://www.egoldmidincd.com/vsfiles.html

Thanks,

Ed


Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by bubu42 on Feb 8th, 2006, 10:16pm
Hello Eddy,

I've just tried your web links. In the first page, I get a black square standing in place of the score, with a title bar that read "downloading "dover.myr" and "ended" printed in the bottom task bar.
As for the second, link, there isn't much difference. I get 4 score "pages" each of them showing the title bar, a thick black line and that's all.
Apparently, the dowloading part doesn't seem to work.
Windows XP home + Mozilla Firefox 1.0.7

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Eddy on Feb 8th, 2006, 11:49pm
Thanks Bubu,

None of the downloading on these files seems to work and it seems to be due to the server. For a while "Crossing the Bar" worked or at least partiallly worked but even that doesn't anymore. The only change I made to the exported html was to add a "return to homepage". I wonder if redoing the entire process would help. I might try that but I'm dubious.

Ed  ???

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Pascal on Feb 9th, 2006, 9:54am
Good morning Eddy,

I tryed too.
Win 98SE, Thunderbird 1.5. Some small differents from the 1.0.7 notifyed by Bubu42 :

http://www.egoldmidincd.com/dover.html  show the full plug-in surface, not a black rectangle, with "downloading ... " but not "ended".
The other page give the same thing.

Some ideas :
- does your filename case on server macth exactly the one in html source ? I had that problem when moving from Oleane (not case sensitive) to Free (case sensitive).

- I tryed to download the file directly :
Through http://www.egoldmidincd.com/dover.myr I get "HTTP Error 404 - File or directory not found."
Does the file exists on the right place ? Is your site redirected ? (redirection fail for some files ?)

Through ftp://www.egoldmidincd.com/dover.myr, a login and password is required.  May be a protection sheme ?

- Have you tryed (for test) to change the file extention from myr to a download enabled extention (gif or pdf per exemple) on the server and html plugin call code ?
(I don't know if a server can block some files supposed dangerous or not extension known, like gmail that block any executable file based on their extension ?)

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Eddy on Feb 9th, 2006, 1:51pm

on 02/09/06 at 09:54:12, Pascal wrote:
Good morning Eddy,

I tryed too.
Win 98SE, Thunderbird 1.5. Some small differents from the 1.0.7 notifyed by Bubu42 :

Thanks, Pascal,

You probably mean "Firefox"?

on 02/09/06 at 09:54:12, Pascal   wrote:
http://www.egoldmidincd.com/dover.html  show the full plug-in surface, not a black rectangle, with "downloading ... " but not "ended".
The other page give the same thing.

Yes, all browsers and platforms give similar results. I am on Mac10.4.4 and a friend is on WinXP.

on 02/09/06 at 09:54:12, Pascal   wrote:
Some ideas :
- does your filename case on server macth exactly the one in html source ? I had that problem when moving from Oleane (not case sensitive) to Free (case sensitive).

Yes, I've used all lower case.

on 02/09/06 at 09:54:12, Pascal   wrote:
- I tryed to download the file directly :
Through http://www.egoldmidincd.com/dover.myr I get "HTTP Error 404 - File or directory not found."
Does the file exists on the right place ? Is your site redirected ? (redirection fail for some files ?)

In my ftp client, the files are all shown, presumably in the right place. In fact,  "Crossing the Bar" worked till yesterday then stopped working.


on 02/09/06 at 09:54:12, Pascal wrote:
Through ftp://www.egoldmidincd.com/dover.myr, a login and password is required.  May be a protection sheme ?

Yes, the software allows for protecting the files. Or you may mean the ftp is protected. I will try that.


on 02/09/06 at 09:54:12, Pascal wrote:
- Have you tryed (for test) to change the file extention from myr to a download enabled extention (gif or pdf per exemple) on the server and html plugin call code ?
(I don't know if a server can block some files supposed dangerous or not extension known, like gmail that block any executable file based on their extension ?)


I think I know what you mean. No I haven't tried this but it looks like a server problem rather than html. (mp3s and MIDI files all work all right.)

I really don't think they know what they are doing after the ISP changed setups last week. I will phone them again later but they just seem unready for this change on many levels.

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Eddy on Feb 10th, 2006, 7:17pm
I finally talked to the web hosting person and it seems that they switched me from their Linux server to a Windows server. Hopefully they will switch me back today or Monday and those pages should again be working.

But I also put on a free test page at Geocities and they won't recognize .mus or .myr files at all. This is too bad since they offer much more space (2 GB!) for the same 9 dollars a month as my present server. I'm not fond of Geocities but I may switch next month and give up the myr files. :-[

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by caljen386 on May 25th, 2006, 3:39am
Are you still having problems or am I?  I just tried and was able to view the music scrolling, but didn't hear anything, so either they still don't have it working or this computer is shot and the plug-in didn't work.  I updated to the latest everything yesterday.

Cal

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by crimhead on May 25th, 2006, 9:05am
Hi Eddy,

My system: WinXP home, Internet Explorer 6.
The first page everything works fine. The page shows up, Virtual singer starts its voice calculation and a few seconds later the song beginns to play.
The second page:  "error 404  The page you requested is unavailable" appears

Lutz

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Eddy on May 25th, 2006, 12:10pm
Hi Cal and Lutz,

I've had to do much rereading of the last several posts in this thread since my last message was February 10th and I didn't bring this subject up to date. Sorry, I'd simply forgotten about it and had continued in another thread I think. So, to summarize:

I changed servers in the interrum and, though the Dover Beach page should still work with the old link, the Virtual Singer playlist had its url changed and is now:

http://www.egoldmidincd.com/vsfiles.html

Please let me know if that is what you both meant and if it works now.

But there is a new issue involving that second page and I suppose I should "fess up": I'd previously had a different setup  in this playlist in that the last file was one I'd hastily done for the last contest. I've now withdrawn the piece and, without comment,  replaced it with a large file (24270kb) of my own Gold Base version of the Glee piece which has an audio track.

This again does not work well for me in this format and the smaller files stop playing in Firefox (Mac) and are somewhat better in Safari. (Haven't tried IE yet.) But my PC friend with a cable modem reports it works all right for him. (dialup seems really impossible here and I can't fix that. I have DSL which is ok.)

So ideally, when you push play on "Crossing the Bar", the other files will download and continue to do this while that is playing.




Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Eddy on May 29th, 2006, 5:43pm
???I was trying out one of my playlists in Safari and got the message to upgrade the plug-in. I did and now the pages barely work or don't at all. The regular plug-in pages do work though they've changed appearance. Am I supposed to change the html on the playlist (jukebox) pages or change anything else?

edited: or am I supposed to regenerate these pages?

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by caljen386 on Jun 14th, 2006, 8:13pm
Thanks Olivier!
    Maybe now I can get the plug-in to work on myspace.

Oh, I have an important matter to discuss.  I convinced one of my friends to buy Harmony Assistant, and he is having problems getting his codes from you.  Other than this, he will have to go through PayPal resolution.  Could you please have someone look into this matter?  His name is Bill Quinby.  This is making me look sort of bad in his eyes, and I would appreciate a speedy resolution.  Thanks.

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Sylvain Machefert on Jun 14th, 2006, 8:39pm

on 06/14/06 at 20:13:26, caljen386 wrote:
Oh, I have an important matter to discuss.  I convinced one of my friends to buy Harmony Assistant, and he is having problems getting his codes from you.  Other than this, he will have to go through PayPal resolution.  Could you please have someone look into this matter?  His name is Bill Quinby.  This is making me look sort of bad in his eyes, and I would appreciate a speedy resolution.  Thanks.


There was a message a few days ago on the Melody/Harmony part of this forum. The solution was :
if your friend has an anti-spam on his e-mail (if he choosed to receive his code by e-mail), then he should look in his spam folder. We don't know why but e-mail with registration code is often considered as spam (anti-spam systems are not 100% sure, sometimes they eliminate non-spam messages)

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Olivier Guillion on Jun 15th, 2006, 9:36am
Your question is off-topic (again), but here's what I can say:
It seems your friend "forgot" to tell you some details that could explain this delay:
Yes, he paid through Paypal, but through the e-check system.
This system needs Paypal to check the validity of the e-check before issueing the payment confirmation. This operation takes a few days.  
Your friend has been informed about it by Sylvie, and even if he's asking for receiving his registration code immediately, we have to wait for the payment confirmation to send his code back.  

Hope this helps,

P.S. Please next time :
- Open a new thread if you need to speak about another topic
- This forum is the users'  forum. For any question about order, payment or delivery, please send an e-mail to sylvie@myriad-online.com

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by caljen386 on Jun 15th, 2006, 1:56pm
Thanks Sylvian and Olivier.  I appreciate it and I will send him these messages as soon as I log off.

Olivier,
    I apologize for the off-topic post, but I really couldn't figure out where to put it.  Since it was Harmony Assistant, this was my best choice for the limited time I currently have.  I will do as you said in the future.  Thanks for letting me know.

Cal

Title: Re: IMPORTANT! Webmasters & Myriad Music Plugin
Post by Eddy on Jun 24th, 2006, 11:49pm
This is fyi:

I thought I'd post an update to the topic about my playlist Web Pages as I've fixed them to a great extent but obviously not completely. I have succeeded in reducing the size of the files considerably, especially the Gleedws.myr file from 23MB+to 4+!

I've done this by saving only the 6 audio tracks as an ogg file, copying them to 2 audio tracks in the file and then saving the whole thing as encoded tracks (mu3) with ogg encoding enabled at 128. I don't know whether it's cricket but I changed the extension of this back to .myr to avoid having to change my old links.

In other files, I could skip the first step since there are only 2 audio tracks (r and h) in each.

I also reduced the size of one playlist by splitting it into 2.

The urls of the playlists and myr pages are:

http://www.egoldmidincd.com/vsfiles1.html

(reduced size of list.)

http://www.egoldmidincd.com/vsfiles2.html

Reduced size of list and the Glee file.

http://www.egoldmidincd.com/tunes.htm

Reduced size of Willow Song file.

http://www.egoldmidincd.com/About_Ramble.html

reduced size of Ramble file and in all cases used ogg encoding.

Main problem remaining is that after the Glee file, the VS of the Carillon won't loop back using the VS words and it sounds awful without them.

Ed



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