Typically you'll create a Real Audio file subdirectory under public_html and put all your audio files there. Then your .ram file, a.k.a., metafile, will contain an address with this format:
The subdirectory is a subdirectory of your public_html directory. So for example: http://musicforyou.com/ra/music.rm
Notice: The above address goes in the .ram/metafile, not in your HTML code. Your HTML code calls the .ram/metafile. Then the .ram/metafile is used to call up the .rm/realmedia file. So for example, your HTML code would look something like this Click here to listen to music. http://www.realwebhost.net/lifeistooshort.ram
We do not have real server installed we offer 'http streaming'. Is there a difference between streaming using the PNM-protocol and the HTTP-protocol? If you visit http://www.real.com/, you might come across a term called "pseudo-streaming". According to audiohost.com: "Pseudo-streaming" is a discriminating name for HTTP-stream. It was invented by the RealAudio promotion to suggest that you need to use the RealAudio server if you want to get "real" streaming. Here's a free translation: "Streaming RealAudio files without using RealAudio server software". That's all there is to it! The RealAudio server actually has some special features that cannot be achieved (in RealAudio) without it. Regarding "streaming" we cannot find a difference between the two protocols.
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