Many-a-times people face an issue where the volume in a recorded session isn’t loud enough to be clearly audible to everybody.. Similarly there may be times when you may want to remove a part of the recorded audio from the recording.. Here is a solution which although may not be the easiest but definitely a working one for most of the users..
After the recording is finished, pull down the recording source files by adding ‘output/yournamehere.zip?download=zip‘ to the recording URL. In the zip that comes down, there will be either a MP3 audio file (if you recorded your audio via an integrated phone bridge) or a FLV file labeled cameraVoip_X_X (if you recorded your audio via VoIP or Universal Voice).
The MP3 file is easy to modify and place back into the zip file, while the FLV may take some work since you will have to extract the MP3 from the FLV and then put it back in the FLV before placing it back in the ZIP. Once you have modified the audio, re-upload the zip to Connect(as Content in Content library) and you will have a new version of your recording with improved audio.
If you need to remove audio, just replace it with silence.
* Word of caution, don’t change the length of the audio file or it will be out of sync with the rest of your recording.
More often than not people find it difficult to edit their recordings effectively, specially in cases where only one second needs to be cut out from the recording. It may take a lot of time to place the triangular cursors exactly at the position you want them to be.
Here is a small tip that will make your life a lot simpler:
1. Pause the recording from where you want to start your editing.
2. Double Click on the LEFT marker. It will take both the markers to that point on the recording timeline.
3. Play the recording and pause the recording again at the point till where you want to edit the recording.
4. Double Click on the RIGHT marker. It will take the right marker to the end point of your to-be-recording.
5. Cut and Save.
PS: Please note that this tip is for Adobe Connect 9.1 and may/may not work with other versions of Connect.
Since we’ve got our Adobe Connect servers upgraded to version 9, our contents embedded in iFrames have stopped working.
None of our contents and recordings seem to work now from our website in any browser we use. This has always used to work, since a couple of months, until just a few days ago.
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- If you have integrated your Adobe Connect contents or recordings, with an external LMS system or on an external website for users, via the use of iFrames, and if your Adobe Connect server is upgraded to version 9, you might run into this issue.
- Adobe has recognized this to be caused due to a known bug : Bug#3313120.
** This has been fixed with Connect version 9 now **