RealAudio StreamingThe web is now famous for its multimedia capabilities, made famous in large part by Progessive Networks' RealAudio Player. RealAudio lets you play highly compressed sound and video files over the Internet. This process is called streaming, since the information is decoded and played as it is downloaded (most programs require that you download the entire file before you play it). RealAudio generally requires a RealAudio client on one end (the Player) and a server to stream the data. Texas.Net does not have a RealAudio server, but that doesn't mean that you can't stream your own RealAudio files.
Poor Man's Streaming
That's it. You're done. To open a RealAudio stream, just make sure that the Player is installed and click on the link that opens the stream.
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