Attention Portable Media Player Owners!
The sermons on SermonAudio can be enjoyed in a variety of ways: with a PC using your browser, podcasting on-the-go with portable MP3 players, iPhones, Androids, BlackBerry, and other mobile phones.
We have written this tip to help you understand how you can make the most out of SermonAudio with these next-generation media players.
MP3 audio sermons.
First of all, some basics. All of the 300,000+ audio sermons found on SermonAudio are encoded in the popular MP3 format that are playable on most portable players. All sermons that are uploaded to SermonAudio are automatically tagged with brief sermon details (title, speaker, church, date preached, etc) embedded in the MP3 file itself so you can see the sermon info on your MP3 player (shown).
Whether you use a portable media player or simply a regular MP3 player, we highly recommend that you listen to sermons on-the-go as a wonderful way to make use of your time while stuck in traffic!
Some time ago, we launched our official support for VIDEO on SermonAudio. To browse through our growing library of videos that you can freely download and stream, please visit our Video Section on the site.
All video on SermonAudio is encoded in the industry-standard MP4 (H.264+AAC) video format which makes it possible to enjoy your videos via video podcasting on portable media players. Videos are also available for easy-embedding on other websites!
We hope you will continue to enjoy the many new enhancements and features to the site as we constantly strive to provide the ultimate site experience. More to come in the days ahead!
This video tutorial is part of a growing number of screencasts. Let us know if it's been a help to you!