t:AUDIO Element | audio Behavior (deprecated)
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Defines a timed audio element in an HTML document.
HTML N/A Scripting N/A
sID String that specifies a unique identifier for the object.
The following table lists the members exposed by the audio object.Attributes/Properties
Attribute Property Description t:ACCELERATE accelerate
Sets or gets a value that applies an acceleration to the element's local timeline.
Sets or gets whether the timeline on an element immediately begins playing in reverse after completing in the forward direction.
Sets or gets the delay time before the timeline begins playing on the element.
Sets or gets a value indicating that the timeline of an element starts when the referenced element ends.
Sets or gets a value that starts the timeline of an element when the referenced event occurs.
Sets or gets a value that starts an element timeline at the same time as the referenced element.
Sets or gets the beginning point of a sub-clip of a continuous media object.
Sets or gets the end point of a sub-clip of a continuous media object.
Sets or gets whether all the elements within the local time scope are synchronized with the timeline on this element.
currTime t:DECELERATE decelerate
Sets or gets a value that applies a deceleration to the end of a simple duration.
Sets or gets a value indicating the amount of time the element remains active or displayed.
Sets or gets a value indicating the end time for the element, or the end of the simple duration when the element is set to repeat.
Sets or gets a value indicating that the timeline of an element ends immediately when the referenced event occurs, regardless of the element's repeat count or repeatDur property.
Sets or gets whether an element remains active if its timeline ends before the timeline on its parent element ends.
Sets or gets whether the element should restart if a beginEvent call occurs while the local timeline is already running.
localTime t:PLAYER player
Sets or gets the object used to render the media associated with this element.
Gets the object that plays media files.
Sets or gets the number of times an element timeline repeats.
Sets or gets the number of seconds an element timeline repeats.
Sets or gets the source URL of the media.
Sets or gets the synchronization rules for the element timeline.
Gets the time variance allowed on a timeline with locked synchronization.
Sets or gets the action that is taken on the element while the timeline is active.
Sets or gets the MIME type of the media object referenced by the t:SRC attribute.Events
Event Property Description onbegin
Fires when the timeline starts on an element.
Fires when the timeline stops on an element.
Fires when the element's associated media is finished loading.
Fires when an element's media file fails to load for any reason.
Fires when an element's media file fails to keep up with the defined timeline.
Fires when the timeline on an element pauses.
Fires when the timeline repeats on an element, beginning with the second iteration.
Fires when an element's timeline resumes from a paused state.
Fires when the element's associated media synchronization is interrupted.
Fires when the timeline on an element begins to play backward.
Fires when the Microsoft Windows Media Player control receives a synchronized command or URL.Methods
The members listed in the preceding table might not be accessible through scripting until the window. onload event fires. Waiting for this event to fire ensures that the page is completely loaded, that all behaviors have been applied to corresponding elements on the page, and that all the behavior's properties, methods, and events are available for scripting. Using any of the behavior-defined members before the window. onload event fires could result in a scripting error, indicating that the object does not support that particular member.
Although different media-based elements exist, there is no functional difference in their current implementation. However, you are encouraged to use elements such as t:AUDIO, t:IMG, t:MEDIA, and t:VIDEO for improved document readability and enhanced support.
tis used to associate this element with an XML namespace. You must include the following line of code in the head section of your HTML document when using this element.<XML:NAMESPACE PREFIX="t"/>
The t:AUDIO element is available as of Microsoft Internet Explorer 5, only in the Microsoft Win32 platform.