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    Mar 08, 2007
    Converting audio for iWeb
    I've assembled my Website, and I want to include a couple of radio reports I did. They are in Real Player (.rm format) and I want to convert them to mp3 for easy insertion into a web page. Is there an easy way to do this? I've googled widely and discovered no easy solution. I'm working with OSX 10.4.8.

    Also, what's the best way to get my site noticed by search engines?


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    Sep 13, 2006
    Welcome to Mac-Forums Clawman!!!

    As for as converting the audio files.. check out FFMPEG (it's FREE)

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    Member Since
    Mar 08, 2007
    Thanks RIDE . . . but
    Thanks a lot, RIDE. I downloaded FFMPEG, dropped in the Real Player piece of audio, chose "audio file to mp3" as my target format . . . and the converted file came out as mp3 in my iTunes, but in chipmunk talk!

    Possible reason: after downloading ffmmepgX, I was asked to download the three components, mpeg2enc, mencoder and mplayer, and when it asked to me "locate" I scratched my head, went "hunh?" and eventually selected the ffmpegx folder on my desktop in desperation.? What this correct??

    grateful for your patience . . .

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