Comments: General Synod business: Friday

I can find the audio files with no problem, but they are in wax format - what software do I need to play them? I have tried Real Audio 10.5; windows media play 10 and Itunes and none can read the files.

Posted by Michael Bishop at Saturday, 8 July 2006 at 8:52am BST

I am listening to one of these files with Windows Media Player 10 now. It is important to remember that the wax file does not contain the audio - it contains information on where the audio can be found. You have to be online to listen, otherwise your player cannot find the audio. The object is to stop you downloading the audio files.

Posted by Peter Owen at Saturday, 8 July 2006 at 2:26pm BST
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