I am with a state university (i.e. limited financial
resources) and responsible for Breeze support. We use version 5.
Some of the faculty with newer PCs are starting to use the Windows
Vista OS. I have noticed that PowerPoint 2003 crashes when
attempting to record audio in Breeze. All of the other functions
seem to be working. The only workaround I've found is to record the
audio in PowerPoint and then import that into Breeze.
Has anyone else encountered this? We don't have enough Vista
users at this point for extensive testing, but this would force the
issue as to whether we must upgrade to Adobe Presenter 6.
Thanks. I found out we had a similar problem under XP with a
Realtek card. That's a known issue in Breeze for which the only
solution recommended is to upgrade to Presenter 6. This is a
SigMatel high definition audio card. What do you have? Or is it
your understanding that any High Defintion Card will cause the
From what I was told it was a problem with a number of HD
soundcards of which the Real Tek is one known to have the problem
and these are the cards we have. The upgrade has resolved the issue
on all our PC's.
Hope this helps