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Hey Shai,

  Though I don't know the exact coding techniques, it can be done. This
radio station I listen to organizes all their online archives in just such a
manner. All the audio is streaming, and when you browse the playlist, select
a song, it brings you to that point in the broadcast and plays it. Though in
this example it does not stop when that particular song is over, you may be
able to code it in just that way.

http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/35312

Maybe checking their source code you can get some ideas on how they did it.


Peter

2010/4/11 Shai Drori <[log in to unmask]>

> Does anyone know how to solve the following problem? I have recordings of
> hour long news program that has many items in it. The original wave file is
> 62 minutes long, but the research library wants a feature that will enable a
> researcher to click on a specific item in the database and hear that item
> directly. So if there is a news item that starts at 25:15 and ends at 28:45,
> a click on the link will start playback at that point and not from the
> beginning of the audio file. Anyone have an idea? As a last resort I am
> thinking about giving a try to the cutting program mentioned here a few days
> back that can create mp3 files according to the markers I make in wavelab.
> Shai
>