Thursday, November 3, 2011

Audio-Controls

global audio
on video inputs
The Audio is a major part in the perception of TV content. This is equally true for traditional TV- and movie contents as well as for internet formats. For this reason make.tv always made a point of keeping the audio control as simple and intuitive as possible. The following video gives a better introduction to the different functions of the audio channels.



If you are going live with a scene that isn’t receiving your input, like Scene 1.2 in the Video (which only shows a picture) your audio signal will no longer be broadcasted. At the same time, the red button in your Input panel turns gray. If you still want to broadcast your audio signal, even though your video signal is currently not in the picture, you need to activate the Global Mode in your Input above. Then the button will turn red again and your audio signal will constantly be broadcasted whether you are in the picture or not. Try it out!

3 comments:

Claire said...

i agree that audio plays a great role in everyday life, you see people with earphones everywhere. and audio editor is my favorite program.
thank you for the video watching something helps to understand better than reading

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Replicator said...

Thank you for the read. Honestly you covered the topic and broadly examined all areas. If i was to write this i would have done a few things differently myself but you have definitely inspired me to get into the world of blogging.

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