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#1 dry707jr

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Posted 06 March 2018 - 02:25 AM

I would like to be able to listen to my Bible audio files through e-Sword 11.1 I was told to place them in the commentary module but I cannot figure out how to do this. Could someone please walk me through the steps? Thanks very much!

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Posted 06 March 2018 - 09:55 AM

This has already been address on a previous post on this site.  I have all of Alexander Scourby's Audio Bible in MP3 format  and used them to create an audio bible on my site at djmarko53.wixsite.com/churchbooks   But, I do remember in that previous quote, the sender mentioned how to embed the link to the .mp3 file for a chapter into a e-Sword module.  It worked when I tried it, but you need to have a specific location to keep all your mp3 files in.  You might do a search on BibleSupport.com  to find that post that I mentioned above.  That should have all the information you need.  As I recall, you don't actually place the mp3-audio file(s) into the commentary module, but you embed a link to the file(s) located somewhere on your Hard Drive and/or external device.  I suppose a thumb drive would work, maybe even external links a permanent site, like the one I mentioned above.....



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Posted 06 March 2018 - 01:11 PM

This has already been address on a previous post on this site.  I have all of Alexander Scourby's Audio Bible in MP3 format  and used them to create an audio bible on my site at djmarko53.wixsite.com/churchbooks   But, I do remember in that previous quote, the sender mentioned how to embed the link to the .mp3 file for a chapter into a e-Sword module.  It worked when I tried it, but you need to have a specific location to keep all your mp3 files in.  You might do a search on BibleSupport.com  to find that post that I mentioned above.  That should have all the information you need.  As I recall, you don't actually place the mp3-audio file(s) into the commentary module, but you embed a link to the file(s) located somewhere on your Hard Drive and/or external device.  I suppose a thumb drive would work, maybe even external links a permanent site, like the one I mentioned above.....

You can find the information about adding audio to e-sword in this post from 2017:

http://www.biblesupp...udio#entry30999





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