kenny wrote: I'd like to see a box with an option to display a picture of the folks who regularly post on the threads next to their comments. It would be nice to see what the regulars look like. Other sites have it and it's great.
We'll look into this as a possible future feature. Thank you for the suggestion. We appreciate all feedback.
plw, this is already available if you go to the "[URL=http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermonssource.asp]]]Our Broadcasters[/URL]" section you can view the churches by denomination or group affiliation.
In addition, for any sermon search listing, you can filter the result by denomination or group as well. For more details on how this all works, [URL=http://www.sermonaudio.com/new_details.asp?ID=19604]]]click here...[/URL]
ggsmit wrote: Great tool BUT! How do I remove already downloaded material from the Transfer Agent (those in the list in 'step 1') apart from looking for it in the thousands of pages and de-selecting it OR re-installing TA every time I want to use it (although I'm not sure that that will solve the problem due to cacheing...)? Any help here please! God bless, GabriÃ«l
To do this, go to the "My Favorite Sermons" section on SermonAudio and click on "Remove All" to clear out the list and start adding more.
You need to wait for the red "live webcast" button to light up. The BJU live webcasts do not start exactly on the hour because they are only putting the actual preaching section of their service. So it may actually be 1/2 an hour or more into the service. Thank you.
jennings wrote: Is there anyway to download the videos of paul washer and copy to cd/dvd for my wife who is going to mexico and wants to listen on the trip?
You can indeed download any video on the site to your PC. The trick will be in creating a DVD of the video which is really beyond the scope of our discussion here.
However, at the very least, you'll need a special program/tool to create a DVD. I believe Windows Movie Maker should be able to do the job. It is a free download from Microsoft if it is not already on your computer.
Richard R. Reed wrote: Each time I click on " play audio (streaming)" I get a message in a new window (file download) saying,"the file you are downloading cannot be opened by the default program. It is either corrupted or it has an incorrect file type" As a security precaution, it is recommended that you cancel the download. How can I resolve this issue? dick reed.
A good place to start would be the [URL=http://www.sermonaudio.com/help.asp]]]audio help[/URL] section of our site. You should be able to find a solution in there. If not, email us directly and we'll see how we can help.
terry evans wrote: Maybe I just haven't found it, but is there, or could there be an area where people can chat. Maybe a more in depth discusion area, same rules, time,and space wise, but with no lead in question, or guide on the subjects.
Unfortunately, the threads on the site is all that we have at the moment. But we will continue to explore ways to improve this for folks like yourself.
terry evans wrote: ALSO, a ?, I can no longer go to SA on the laptop, from this am, did I do something wrong, ? I was told by M. Alpha to stay on subject last night,is that why ?
William E Dimond wrote: I need some real simple instructions to download sermons to my MP3 player and can't seem to find any on this website. Is there a place on the website to do this? I need simple, one step at a time instructions and have not been able to find any. I have the Windows Media 11 on PC but it is hard to understand how to do the most simple thing like transferring sermons to my MP3 player. Help please.
Much of this depends on what kind of MP3 player you have (which brand). But the basic idea is that you will need to DOWNLOAD the MP3 file to your computer (by clicking on the Download MP3 link anywhere on the site). From that point, you'll need to copy the (downloaded) MP3 file from your computer to the MP3 player using either Windows Explorer itself, or using a software tool that works with the player.
Discerning Believer wrote: I am having problems downloading one of the sermons from Jim Gable's series on the Whole Counsel of God. In fact, the whole series is extremely slow. http://www.sermonaudio.com/search.asp?sourceonly=true&currSection=sermonssource&keyword=mtolive&subsetcat=series&subsetitem=The+Whole+Counsel+of+God
We are in the process of moving that entire series to another server. Try downloading it again in about an hour or so and see if it's any better. Thank you.