Hi, Is anyone aware of a Windows program that has a wizard type interface to create a Flash object from an audio file? We have a client who wants to publish audio clips on their website using Macromedia Contribute and the only way I can think of allowing them to do so is by using the Insert > Flash option. I have a neat little Flash object already with play/pause, slider bar, track time etc. but it requires that you specify the url [and other config options] in the source code which Contribute won't let you edit and in any case our client is not skilled enough to go editing the source markup. I'm hoping someone knows of a program that will take an audio file and wrap it up in a Flash object with at least a play/stop button. Is there such a program available? If not, how would you suggest we can let our non-technical client add audio clips to their site when the only tool available is Contribute? Thanks, Chris.