You will need to create a .ram file that calls your real audio/video file. The .ram file is a text file with an absolute URL to the .ra/.rm audio/video file.
Typically you'll create a realaudio file subdirectory under "public_html" or "www", and put all your audio/video files there. e.g. "/public_html/music_files/"
Then your .ram file, a.k.a. metafile will contain an address with this format:
The "subdirectory" is a subdirectory of your domain-www directory.
So for example: http://your_domain.com/music_files/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.
For further support and information, please visit http://www.real.com.
To stream other file types, see:
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