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Recording audio in a StoryKit storyPresentation Transcript
Recording Audio in StoryKit The audio tool is part of the tools palette. Tap the speaker icon to record audio. Audio ToolTools Palette
Recording Audio in StoryKitOnce you tap the audiotool, you will get arecording screen, like this.Tap “Record” to startyour audio recording. Play back what you recorded by tapping the “Play” button.Record button
Recording Audio in StoryKitDuring active recording,the “Record” buttonchanges into a “Stop”button. As you are recording,Tap it to stop recording. the record timer shows you how long the audio clip is. Each clip can only be 60 seconds long.Stop button
Recording Audio in StoryKitEdit button Once you are done(to go back to story recording your audio, with audio clip) you must tap the “Edit” button at top left to get the audio clip into your story. Warning: If you tap the Here is a 23 second “Record” button again, audio clip, ready to you will lose your go. previous audio clip and start recording again.
Recording Audio in StoryKitNow you are back inthe main story “Edit”mode, and the audioclip should drop intothe page you havebeen editing. Audio clip
Recording Audio in StoryKitTo test the audio playback while in “Edit”story mode, tap thespeaker icon and youcan “Play” or “Delete”the audio clip you just “Delete” orcreated. “Play” back the audio clip
Recording Audio in StoryKitNow you have an audioclip added to your story.You can add as many 60second clips as you like!Just tap the speaker iconagain to start anotherrecording. Audio Tool Tools Palette