Chrome Music Lab. HTML5 Audio - Wikipedia. HTML5 Audio is a subject of the HTML5 specification, incorporating audio input, playback, and synthesis, as well as speech to text, in the browser.
<audio> element The <audio> element represents a sound, or an audio stream. It is commonly used to play back a single audio file within a web page, showing a GUI widget with play/pause/volume controls. The <audio> element has these attributes: global attributes (accesskey; class; contenteditable; contextmenu; dir; draggable; dropzone; hidden; id; lang; spellcheck; style; tabindex; title; translate)autoplay = "autoplay" or "" (empty string) or empty Instructs the User-Agent to automatically begin playback of the audio stream as soon as it can do so without stopping.preload = "none" or "metadata" or "auto" or "" (empty string) or empty Represents a hint to the User-Agent about whether optimistic downloading of the audio stream itself or its metadata is considered worthwhile. Example: WebRTC - Wikipedia.
WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is a collection of communications protocols and application programming interfaces that enable real-time communication over peer-to-peer connections.
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