Add audio as a sound element
An audio file can be used for different purposes, for example:
- Matching background music for an open page
- Sound document on one side
- Audio / Reading Books
JS specific options
As well as the two parameters, the currently selected symbol will be loop (infinite loop, continuous sprinkling) and autoplay (the audio will be started as soon as the page is opened as in the AIR / FLASH version).
The ability to start and pause / stop selected audio tracks allows you to place “any number” of sounds on a page. Something that is not yet possible in the AIR / Flash version. The output of the sound is always stopped when the page changes.
AIR / FLASH specific options
If you have not already made this selection (in the menu under “Configure – Publish / Distribute”), the above options are displayed and can also be selected, but should not be used since
- In the AIR / FLASH version no play / pause icon can be displayed yet.
- It makes no sense to turn off the “autoplay” function, because then nothing will be heard
- The loop parameter is better adjusted with all other sound parameters.
On the other hand, because there are many parameters that can be configured in great detail for the output of the automatically starting and stopping sound,
these should be set via the associated * sound parameter window *.
How an element is selected is generally described in the “Add Elements” chapter:https://doc.megazine3.de/mz3tool.188.8.131.52.doc/en/topic/add-elements:
In the Add Sound Element window, the icon is clicked. The desired audio file is selected in the opening Explorer / Finder window and accepted with “Open”.
Assign sound to a page
The audio element is not yet visible on an AIR / FLASH page; only audible ;-)