Wouldn’t it be great if the image above didn’t say “your text”? Often times our members have asked us how to remove the AudioAcrobat branding/watermark from certain players.
1. Login to your AudioAcrobat account
2. Click the blue “Audio” tab
3. Click the title of the Audio you wish to publish
4. Click “Publish Audio”
5. Click “Publish for Website”
Login to your AudioAcrobat account
Click the blue “Audio” tab
Click the title of the Audio you wish to publish
Click “Publish Audio”
Click “Publish for Website”
Depending on whether or not our readers have already specified “Saved Settings” for their Audio players, they will see “Publish for Website” or both “Publish for Website” and “Use Saved Settings”. If our readers are familiar with their saved settings and wish to use them in this case, feel free to go ahead and select “Use Saved Settings“. If not, simply click, “Publish for Website.”
If clicking “Publish for Website”, our readers will have over 50 different players to choose from; for the sake of today’s posting, let’s first take a look at the “Stick Players” tab and the one-button “Square (version 1)” player.
Here our readers will want to place a dot in the circle left of the play and click “Next Step“. On the page labeled, “Generating HTML Code – Step 1“, please notice the “Player Dimensions” listed as 124 x 20 pixels. This number is very important in our readers’ success in removing the AudioAcrobat branding.
A bit lower on the page, our readers will find the fields labeled, “Width” and “Height“, where custom values may be entered. This is where a bit of experimentation comes into play…
First lowering the width to 120 pixels and clicking “Preview” at the bottom of the page, we saw that the branding was still present, and the player was a mere five pixels thinner. Further experimentation took the width down to 100 pixels, which did remove the branding, but was a bit on the small side. Fine tuning brought us to a width of 107 pixels and a player looking like this:
Voila! Want to see it again?
Here are a couple of other players we’ve chosen to use as examples of (what the BMW enthusiasts call) debadging:
Note: Staring at the animated gif’s above can be addicting. Please feel free to gaze intently, but with caution.
Now that we’ve taken our readers through the ‘secret’ methods involved in removing the AudioAcrobat watermark when “Publishing for Website”, we hope that our readers will find this ‘trick’ useful in their future publishing efforts.
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