NOTE! Many older Media Players do not support play lists when played from a website. If you are playing the list directly from a CDROM, then older players work. But if you are playing the list over the internet, you may need to upgrade to a newer version of your media player.
To listen to an MP3 audio recording playlist, you can use the built-in Windows media player or download and install one of the MP3 audio players listed below.
If you are running a version of Windows, the built-in Windows Media Player should automatically launch when you download an MP3 file. But, if not, you can follow these steps:
If you do not have Windows Media Player, then you will need one of the media players listed below. Each of them offers a free basic version (although they will try to steer you towards versions which include a fee so you have to look carefully at which version you are getting).
After you have downloaded and installed the audio player, you can then download MP3 files from our website and listen to live teaching. You can either listen to the audio file as it downloads--which may pause if the internet is busy. Or you can right-click on the file and download it to your computer hard drive and then listen to it in entirety without pauses.
The play list is not actually an MP3 file. It is a text file which contains a list of individual MP3 files to be played in sequence. In order to download a play list to your computer, you will need to download both the play list file and each MP3 file it points to. Look for an associated TGZ file which you can download to obtain the play list with all its associated MP3 files.FREE Windows Media Player