1. Make sure that you are on Presenter 7.0.2
2. Don't pause, just scroll down and keep reading the script. Then after the audio is recorded go into the audio editor and delete the unneeded audio.
3. Use shorter scripts.
Thanks for the idea...
But, that problem need to be resolve by the Adobe team.
They put a "pause" button... it should work !
Hi Edji, I could not agree more. We reported this to Adobe months ago and it has been acknowledged, but no information will be made availlable about any fix release date. We have over 500 staff users making recordings using Presenter and have trained the majority on version 6. Imagine the number of supports calls we have had to deal with when suddenly the pause button deletes all previous slide recordings in version 7.
Depsite many attampts to get a resolution for this we have had nothing aside from the suggestion above which certainly does not fix the issue. It is a significant bug in the program that has caused us endless hours of support work.
We are quite dissappointed at present with the lack of reponse to the need for a fix and are currently evaluating a number of other products.
Pityful but true.
It looks like this issue is supposed to be resolved in the 7.0.5 patch.
The patch can be downloaded from http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?product=153&platform=Windows
Hope this helps,
Yup , this issue is not seen with Presenter 7.0.5