When you begin recording, you have a choice as to whether you are also recording audio at the same time.
Most of us will recommend that you don't use that feature. We take a huge clue from the professional movie makers. Those folks never record the final audio at the same time as they are shooting the set. Instead, they focus on the action. Then they layer in the audio as a separate process later.
The bottom line is that with Captivate you have many options. Seldom are you ever painted into a corner with no way out.
"When you begin recording, you have a choice as to whether you are also recording audio at the same time."
That's I want to know where is this feature where you can choose whether or not to record audio at the same time.
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When you begin the recording process with Captivate, you normally see the red recording rectangle.
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Click the Camera icon and you see a flyout menu. Click the Audio drop-down and choose the desired input or "No Narration".
Thanks for your tutorial and the pictures.
I discovered an other option in the Preferences:
Go to Recording and uncheck Narration. I think that would do the trick. No?
Yes, it would. What you set in Preferences governs the defaults that are seen from the screens I listed earlier. As I somewhat assumed you wanted to sometimes have narration and sometimes not during the recording process, I opted to omit the Preferences dialog way.
Thanks again for your reply.
Now could you go and see my first videos: http://www.fireworkszone.com/page-2-4-0-521.html on my website and make suggestions.
The first video for example: Configuring Docks was created with Panning and the result is a bit weird.