UPDATED: 14 JUNE 2016
I found an existing copy of the Yahoo Media Player in my collection of old files.
Grab the code here: http://pastebin.com/i9QMm0PN
Found this awesome “No-Code” solution while researching how to add Audio Books to SharePoint 2007.
– Site Administrator
– Internet Access (from Company Intranet)
1: Upload MP3’s to a Document Library or Create a Custom List with a URL column, which points to your MP3’s.
You can have either the MP3 as a Link: (httP://server/site/MP3/song.mp3) or as an MP3 uploaded to a Document Library.
2: Add a Content Editor Web-Part to the top or bottom of the screen and place this code in the Source:
3: Hide the Content Editor Web Part and Watch the Magic appear!
– Clicking the Playlist displays all MP3 files that are found on the page in a Playlist!
– Even though it detects an FLV, when played it will only play the audio NOT the video.
For more details about the Yahoo Media Player, check out their site here
* This Pic shows the a Custom List with a Multi-Line Column showing the URL with a thumbnail.
14Oct 2011 – Update
This feature has now been tested on SharePoint 2010 and works splendidly.
I had to add a reference to my local copy of JQuery for it to display