How can i Remove voice.....

Apr 24, 2012

Dear sir / Madam,

     How can i remove voice from the slides. Actually a voice is overrighting the plain slide(which do not have any voice).

    I have around 450slides to be published.In this 450 slides i have around 40 plain slides Which do not require any voice to those slides, even at the time of importing the audio to the slides i am not importing the voice to those plain slides, but after publishing the slides the plain slides also including the voice automatically.

    So please help me in this regard that how can i publish the plain slides without the voice...

    I even removed the voice for the plain slides from the Audio editor  option which is available in the Articulate presenter.

   So please Revert back with a solution as soon as possible.

3 Replies
Poornima Ramachandran

Hi Karthik,

My guess is that you would have added a playlist to your course. This will serve as a `background music' for all your slides.

Go to Articulate > Presentation Options > Play list.

Also check the Slide Properties if you have added the playlist to the slides.

For the 40 slides that don't need any sound, just take off the play list.

Hope this helps!

Peter Anderson

Hi Karthik,

Would you like to send us your files so we can get a better idea of how to help you? If so, please create an Articulate Presenter package, then upload the zip file to our server. You can review how to do this here: 


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