Don Nicoloff recorded the first podcast of his Evident Footprints show with ZS Livingstone and myself on July 31, 2011. Don did a great job in engineering the quality of the audio. The audio fidelity is markedly higher than the other archived radio broadcasts available at this web site. The size of the audio file is larger, of course (due to the greater fidelity), but the sound is really nice! The music, especially, comes though with wider tonal color and greater clarity.
Don divided this show into two parts, about one hour each in length.
In order to prevent a problem which I had last week with my server (Lunar Pages took my site offline for one day last week citing excessive CPU "memory" usage of my shared server computer), I decided to "ZIP" these audio file and have the listener download the file first, and then play it on his computer from his hard drive. I believe that this will prevent the excessive "memory" usage that Lunar Pages was complaining about.
If you have never "unzipped" a file before, here's how you do it:
1. Download the file first: Place your cursor over the link given below and right click your mouse. You will get a drop down menu that includes the choice to "save link as" (or "save target as"). Left click that choice and a window will open up asking you where to save the file. You choose a folder (or create a new one) and then hit the "save" button and the file will download into that folder. These audio files are about 55MB each so it will take 2 minutes to download if you have a cable internet connection. If you have a dial-up connection, it may take longer, depending on how fast your dial-up connection is. After you've completed downloading Part 1, you can repeat the process and download Part 2 into the same folder.
After both files are downloaded, you open that folder from your desktop (look for "My Documents" desktop icon) and highlight the zipped audio file. With your cursor over the highlighted file, you right click your mouse again and you will see an option to "extract files". You left click that option and you will see another window that tells you where the unzipped file will be saved after extraction (automatically it will default to the same folder that you've stored the zipped file in) and you click the "OK" button. The zipped file will then extract. .
After extraction, you will now see an additional folder file with the same name, but with the "mp3" file inside will have the original title that Don Nicoloff used for that podcast file and you should see:
"01 EF Podcast #1, Hr. 1#3a7-31-2011.mp3"
You double click the mp3 file and the audio will start playing in whatever audio program that your computer uses as a default audio player (after you extract the mp3 file and check that it works okay, you can delete the zipped file if you wish).
If you have any trouble doing this, send me an e-mail and I'll post your comments to this page (but I think this will work OK for most people).
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