At 05:47 AM 8/4/2003, elin tjerngren. artopod wrote: >Does anyone know of an audio converter (mp3 to real audio) that can be >placed as a cgi-program (or such)? >I'm looking for a way to let people upload files in mp3 files to a server >(site already built in PHP) and out comes a link to a real audio file. Most RealServers should let you stream MP3s. But if you don't have a RealServer all you need is an RM file to point to the MP3 file appropriately. We create RM files for each MP3 we host for our client's Board & Committee Meetings. You could easily create the RM file on the fly when the file is successfully uploaded, they are only text files. e.g. Meeting.rm http://www.foo.org/audio/Meeting.mp3 Then use the RM file in the link on the page, let the RealAudio Client do the rest. -- Anthony Baratta President Keyboard Jockeys "Conformity is the refuge of the unimaginative."