This article provides information on how to use and troubleshoot the audio recording feature for use with Global Language content in Middlebury Interactive Languages® (MIL).
Using the audio recording feature
- When using the audio recording feature, the Adobe Flash Player will prompt for permission to access the microphone on your computer; click Allow to continue.
- The record icon needs to be held down the entire time Learners are recording. After pressing and holding down the record icon, wait for it to say Speak! before starting to speak. Release the record icon when finished recording.
- A green check mark will appear next to Response Recorded if the recording was successful.
- Press the play icon to listen to the recording.
- Repeat step 2 to override the previous recording and to record again.
Troubleshooting recording problems
- If the computer is behind a firewall, make sure that port 1935 is open for RTMP. Refer to http://pglms.com/pages/support/firewall for details.
- Update Java to the latest version.
- Update Adobe Flash player to the latest version.
Refer to the link below and review the video tutorial titled Recording Features for more information on troubleshooting recording problems:
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