Follow Start > All Programs > DVDVideoSoft > Programs > Free Audio to Flash Converter or just click the DVDVideoSoft Free Studio icon on the desktop.
The interface is very simple and self explaining. There is a field for input files, a field for an output path, and a list with preconfigured presets. If you want to change the theme (program skin), go to Options → Theme.
Click the Add files... button to select input audio file(s) from your computer.
Input file formats: *.aac, *.ac3, *.aiff, *.amr, *.ape, *.au, *.flac, *.m4a, *.m4b, *.mka, *.mp3, *.mpc, *.ogg, *.ra, *.ram, *.spx, *.tta, *.wav, *.wma.
By default the output file name is the same as audio title is. If you want to change it click the Output Name... button. A new window will be opened.
There are some parameters in it (Name Prefix, Postfix and others) which you can set as you like.
In the bottom of this window you can see the pattern of the output file name. It's formed according to the current options.
Note: the pattern is the same for all output files during one session, it's not allowed to set the unique pattern for each file.
Click the Player... button to open a new window.
Select a player style.
Click OK to switch back to the main program window.
Note: click the button "?" to learn more about player functions.
Click "..." button and choose the location where you would like to save your converted audio files. Click Ok.
Select one of the available pre-configured presets.
Note: Input audio files will be converted to MP3 based on the selected quality preset. The output MP3 files retain the name of the source audio files. If your original file is mp3, after conversion is completed, you can just replace the output MP3 files with the input ones. This preserves the original audio quality.
For advanced users: read this guide for information on how to customize a preset or create a new one.
Click the Convert button along the bottom of the interface and wait for the audio to be converted.
Note: Before clicking the Convert button you can set to turn off computer after the process is completed. Just go to Options... and make sure the appropriate box is checked.
Open the folder with output files and run htm file.
Copy the code from
a sample htm page
to your web page.
Upload the swf file, txt file and all mp3 files to the same folder where your web page is. The swf file contains the player itself. The txt file contains settings for the selected player.
Now you have a flash audio on your site.
Note: on the following pages you can find detailed parameters description of the players: