JO Audio Player

JO Audio player is a simple and powerful music player for your website with flash backup for older browsers. The configuration is simple and fast, the play list is AUTO GENERATED and ready to serve music to your visitors from the moment they access your page.

With JO Audio Player you can have UNLIMITED playlists with UNLIMITED number of tracks. This player is so magic that it can be used ANYWHERE in your template, it's incredibly easy to set up and use. Supports auto start, shuffle, repeat, compact mode, playlist mode and more.

Features

- Work on joomla 1.6, 1.7, 2.5 and 3.x

- Fast Loading and Sleek.

- Responsive layouts included.

- Easy CSS.

- Easy to configuration.

- Allow config width module.

- Allow config background color.

- Auto create playlist from folder(s) of mp3 files.

- Podcasts.

- SoundCloud (track set, user tracks, single track, user favorites, user groups).

- FLASH fallback included for older browsers that dont support HTML5.

- Mix multiple playlist types together into single playlist.

- Restyle the player completely with the most basic of CSS.

- Optional autoplay.

- Random play on/off.

- Looping on/off.

- Playlist on/off

- Load new playlist at runtime.

- Include multiple instances on the same page.

- Playlist scroll is jScrollPane.

- Optional sortable and draggable playlist items with optional remove buttons (drag songs from your own container into the playlist/player, drag and sorts songs from multiple players etc... with TOUCH PUNCH).

- Public methods available

+ Play current media.

+ Pause current media.

+ Play next.

+ Play previous.

+ Play media number (number).

+ Toggle shuffle.

+ Toggle loop.

+ Set volume (value).

+ Load playlist (from folder, from html, Podcast, SoundCloud).

+ Destroy audio

- Fully compatible IE7+, Firefox 2+, Flock 0.7+, Netscape, Safari, Opera 9.5

- etc..

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Package contains : jo_audio_player_package 2.5, 3.x.

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