Real Audio Clips
How do I play RealAudio sound clips?
To listen to RealAudio sound clips, you'll need:
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- The most current version of the RealAudio Player. If you don't have it installed, you can download either a free basic version or a full-featured version from the RealNetworks Web site. Follow the download and install instructions on the RealNetworks download page.
- An Internet connection of at least 14.4 Kbps. We recommend a 28.8 modem or faster to get the best sound quality.
- A Web browser capable of handling "helper apps.," also known as "plug-ins." Netscape Navigator/Communicator and Microsoft Internet Explorer are ideal. The RealAudio Player works from within your Web browser to help you listen to streaming audio.
Please read RealAudio's Help and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). Most common questions about installing and using the RealAudio player are answered there.
It is a good idea to test the RealAudio player first with a file on your computer's own hard drive, such as the "welcome.ra" file that comes with the player, before trying to listen to music clips.
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