When viewing a Mediasite presentation on Mac systems
running 10.4.x, there may be a long delay before playback begins.
IN some cases, this can be a minute or more.
Note: This problem only seems to affect Mac OS 10.4.x . Earlier
versions do not seem to have any delay issues when starting
1. Open Windows Media Player by selecting Go ?
Applications ? Windows Media Player
2. From the Toolbar select the Windows Media
Player ? Preferences ? Network Settings tab.
3. Uncheck TCP and UDP boxes and click OK
Can I play any Windows Media Audio (WMA)
Windows Media Player 9 for Mac OS X can play virtually any audio
file that has been encoded by using Microsoft Windows Media Audio
codec versions 1.0, 2.0, 7, 8, or 9.
Although the Player supports all the variants of the Windows Media
Audio 9 codec (including the Windows Media Audio 9, Windows Media
Audio 9 Professional, Windows Media Audio 9 Voice, and Windows
Media Audio 9 Lossless codecs), the following two codecs are only
Windows Media Audio 9 Professional codec. Multiple channels are
combined into a stereo mix during playback. In addition, content
with an audio sampling rate higher than 48 kilohertz (kHz) outputs
at a maximum rate of 48 kHz.
Windows Media Audio 9 Lossless codec. Content with an audio
sampling rate higher than 48 kHz cannot be played back.