7/6/2014 8:35:29 PM
If students use headsets they don't have any overlapping audio of course. Usually you'd want to hear the timing of the speaker (probably set to a lower volume manually) while you speak over their voice.
What I had suggested apart from the option to Broadcast a StartTemporaryMute message when recording starts and a EndTemporaryMute when finished was to have a "Mute" flag per Caption so that I could cover the scenario suggested by partners (the Chinese-fluent ones if I remember well) where you have an interview and want to only mute the timeslots with the answers of the Interviewed person, but not the questions of the Interviewer, so that students can add revoicing with their own responses (that could be totally different). That way they wouldn't have to edit the original video to remove the audio responses of the interviewed person
Now that I've added a mechanism to store extra data per caption (apart from the audio that was already being stored) inside the .clipflair file, I will see to adding the above two functionalities (the StartTemporaryMute/EndTemporaryMute you're asking for is a prerequisite mechanism for implementing the other functionality as well so yours will have priority - sorry for not looking at it earlier, was away from my keyboard recently)
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