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Recording narration

Overview

You can record narration to your projects during or after recording the project. Ensure that you have a good microphone and the script ready before you begin recording.

This tutorial explains how you can record narration for a project.

Procedure

  1. To record narration while recording a project or a screen, perform the following steps:

    1. In the recording options dialog box, click one of the options in the Audio list.


      Adding audio while recording a project or screen

    2. If you have not calibrated your audio input device earlier, the Calibrate Audio Input dialog box appears.


      Calibrate audio input dialog box

    3. Choose automatic calibration or calibrate your device manually and click OK.

      The countdown for recording begins. When the countdown ends, narrate the text to record.

    4. Press the End key to end recording the project and the narration.

  2. To record narration to an existing project, perform the following steps:

    1. Open the project, and click Audio > Record to, and then select Slide. The Slide Audio dialog box appears.


      Record audio to a slide

    2. Click the Record Audio button. The countdown for audio recording begins. When the countdown ends, start the narration.

    3. Click the Stop button when you complete the narration.


      Slide Audio dialog box

    The narrated audio is saved as a WAV file. You can reuse the file multiple times by dragging and dropping it on a slide from the Adobe Captivate Library.

The recorded audio appears in a separate layer in the Timeline. You can then edit the audio clip to introduce silence, adjust volume, or trim it.

Summary

One of the ways of adding narration to your projects is by recording the narration using a microphone. You can record the narration either during the recording of the project or after recording the project.

 

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