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Telephony ASSIGNMENT

So this challenged my patience for sure.  Seems like you should be able to use Garageband and save as MP3.  I am going to explore that more.  I ended up playing the recording I had done during the conversation and capturing it using WireTap Studio (http://www.ambrosiasw.com/utilities/wiretap/).  Seems like a cool little program, but the fact that you have to use multiple programs to accomplish the task annoys me.  Guess I will record live using WIreTap next time.  Lesson Learned!!

2-Way Telephony on Skype by Sarah Sutter with Alice Barr


Just a quickie conversation with Alice Barr reflecting on our week post-Educon.

2-way telephony Karen Dennis Telephony recording 2-2-08


Well, this assignment took me some time.  I spent two entire days trying to figure out why I couldn't record what I was hearing on the skype call.  My voice was going through loud and clear, but their's was not.  Jose helped me out tremendously Saturday night.  Thanks, Jose!  My only problem, though, is that while I can now record both ends of the call, the other end is very faint.  I have tried adjusting all my settings, and still no luck!  I welcome any ideas or input!

Stereo Mix Available via Dell

Stereo Mix - a reality.  I’m talking about the sound card option that had been removed on some Dell laptops and desktops purchased during the past few years.   The option was not available, on purpose.  This week, Dell released a new driver where the Stereo Mix option is a choice. My laptop is now letting me successfully record both sides of a Skype conversation.  I really did not believe it was going to work – but it does!  Here are my steps:

Simple Conversation Recording Programs

Recording both ends of a telephony call is necessary in order to stream and record a live, interactive webcast. This is usually the trickiest part of webcasting as most systems are not set up to record your voice and those on the other end of the call.

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by Dr. Radut