Discussion on WavePlayer - WordPress Audio Player with Waveform and Playlist


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cfresque Purchased

Hey my friend, on vacation? :)

Not really… ;)


cfresque Purchased

ok can you please check email when you have a chance? I will send another current update to refresh, been having issues with the plugin working for some time now.

Please check your email.


riffster Purchased

Hi, quick question. I am having issues with Chrome. The player seems to work fine if there is only 1 or 2 files on a page, but when I have more, the players won’t play? You can see here: http://www.riffstermedia.com/audio-loops-beats/ Everything works fine with Edge, IE and Safari, but Chrome won’t work? I opened the JS console, but did not see any errors.

Hi riffster,

I checked the page and only see a different player.

In any case, I think you could use a more efficient approach of creating one player for each category (“The endless color of beats”, Warm Pads & Delicious Grooves”, etc), adding all the track in one single playlist.

Is there any way I could check a page where you use WavePlayer, so that I can see what is malfunctioning?

Looking forward to assisting you.

Does your plugin work with Gravity Forms? I’d like to use the metadata that is collected from the upload (the length of the audio) and pass that onto Gravity Forms. Thanks.

Hi wpguide,

Thanks for showing your interest in WavePlayer. Would you please explain how exactly you are planning on using WavePlayer in your Gravity Form? I am not quite sure I understood what you are trying to achieve.

Looking forward to assisting you.

A visitor would upload mp3 or wav files in the first part of the form. After submitting the form, Waveplayer would show them the waveforms and would then have the ‘length’ of the submitted audio files. I just need to know if this ‘length’ metadata that Waveplayer collects can be accessed by Gravity Forms. I need to charge people by the minute for mastering their audio, but this is a calculation I’d use Gravity Forms to perform. Thanks.

WavePlayer accesses all the information regarding the audio files through WordPress core functions. That information is saved as metadata and attached to each audio file. Particularly, in your case, you have two metadata to look for: “length” and “length_formatted”. The first one gives you the length of the track in seconds. The second one gives you the length of a track formatted as a time field, which means “h:mm:ss”.

Regardless of what you are planning to use for your purposes, all this information is not collected by WavePlayer, but by WordPress itself. Thus, you should be able to access the metadata by Gravity Forms, regardless of WavePlayer itself.

Of course, WavePlayer would be needed to render the waveform of the uploaded audio track.

I hope this clarifies.

Hi there, are you on vacation Because i’m still having the same issue with the download button on the waveplayer. Please come and help me.

Unfortunately, no vacations here! ;)

Sorry for missing your email. Please check my reply. The problem is fixed and the fix will be present in any future update.

Best, Luigi.

Hi, how does the integration with woocommerce work EG if I have an album as a product, can I show the player on the product page with previews or each track