Check Enable PowerPress Media Players and Links (default) if you would like your selected player to show up with the links under it.
Check Disable PowerPress Media Players and Links to disable it, then your media file will only be available in your RSS feed unless you manually put a player or link into the post.
Blog Posts and Pages
Display Media & Links – In this section, you can place your player and links above or below, or disable them and put them in using the PowerPress shortcode. There is also a setting to put the Media Player and links in the WordPress Excerpts.
Media Player – Select this to use the HTML player for mobile and tablets with a fallback to download the media.
Media Links – Allows you to set up the links that will show up under your player.
Display Play in New Window Link – Gives the option to play your content in a new window.
Display Download Link – Links directly to your media file.
Note: depending on browser settings, users may have to right click (or command click) to download file.
You can include file size and duration of the file if you wish.
Display Player Embed Link – This allows users to embed your media player in their websites
New! Subscribe Links – Display subscribe links enables the links such as Subscribe on iTunes, Subscribe on Android, Subscribe via RSS and Subscribe by Email under the media player
New! Subscribe Page Add a link to a page to explain to your audience how to subscribe to your podcast. This page can be generated by PowerPress and will be linked in the subscribe links as “more subscribe options.” Click here for more info
This section explains how to use the shortcodes available from PowerPress Shortcode – Click here for more info
Select “Yes” if your players do not show up even when turned on. This could be because of a theme. If your players are showing up, leave it at “No.” There are four “yes” options. Pick one that works for you.
If the above option fixes the player issues, you most likely have activated a conflicting theme or plugin. You can verify your theme is not causing the problem by testing your site using the default WordPress twentyeleven or twentytwelve theme. For plugins, disable them one by one until the player re-appears, which indicates the last plugin deactivated caused the conflict. For more troubleshooting info, click here
Media Format Settings
AAC Audio (.m4a) – If you are using AAC audio instead of MP3 (not recommended) you can use the FlowPlayer classic or HTML5 player. If unchecked, it will play M4a audio as if it were a video player using quicktime embed. Video player height/width settings apply in that case.