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18:20 <dddh> hi
18:20 <* dddh> is back
18:21 <dddh> wondering if windows can play ogg music files natively
18:28 <dddh> most browsers support html <audio> and ogg is supported by most browsers
19:03 <Compn> wmp cant play it natively, requires plugins
19:04 <dddh> but it can play mp3 natively?
19:04 <Compn> mmmmmmm i think so
19:11 <dddh> I need to store both versions or recode on demand ;(
19:16 <Compn> welcome to streaming :)
19:17 <dddh> I have call recordings
19:18 <dddh> terrabytes of call recordings stored in google cloud storage
19:20 <dddh> no way to stream it from google app engine
19:29 <Compn> ohh
19:30 <Compn> what happens when you click the file ? it offers to download ?
19:30 <Compn> i mean, you can set it up in your web browser to run a player
19:30 <Compn> via extension maybe
19:31 <Compn> dddh : did you try "Music Player for Google Drive - Chrome Web Store" ?
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22:08 <gnarface> i think there is a vlc extension you can use to give windows like-native ogg support
22:08 <gnarface> i haven't tried it in >10 years though
22:09 <gnarface> no idea if it still works on win7 or win10
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