Currently Being ModeratedSep 26, 2013 6:18 PM (in response to elkunze)
elkunze, Someone would have to come to this forum and be very familiar with that website. Or your chances of resolving what is going on at that website would be slim to none. If you post an exact link too it, I may try and help, if I can. But my real knowledge is swapping out Windows hardware
Currently Being ModeratedSep 27, 2013 6:11 AM (in response to Jacumba)
Here is the link that the professor provided -
The instructor tried on the computer in the classroom that she uses and I also tried it on the computer in my office. ON that website are different QuickTIme videos embedded in the different chapters. Clicking on the QuickTime link (box), the QuickTime logo appears, then the image appears but when Play is pressed, the video plays but there's no evidence of audio. The volume control on the QuickTime movie is at maximum and I have the volume on my computer at maximum, but there's no sound whatsoever. LIke I said, I have the latest QuickTime plug-in and when I test the plug-in, I get video and audio.
I'm trying to find out an answer for the professor because she uses the website in her course.
Any suggestions would be most welsom.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 27, 2013 9:41 AM (in response to elkunze)
Those videos used the QualComm Purevoice codec for the audio, and while QuickTime on Windows itself will support it - if you download the videos and play them with QuickTime Player you get the audio track - it appears that the browser plugin does not. I haven't found any setting that will allow this. Perhaps this will provide someone else with a clue to point in the right direction, though.