Normalizing audio - can't find Presentation Options tab

Hi. I found a great link with info on how to normalize audio.  I recorded audio, but when it plays back, sometimes it is quiet, sometimes I'm practically shouting.  The link says to go to Presentation Options and publish from there.  I can't find Presentation Options.  Any idea how to make it visible?  Thank you!  =paiger

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Christine Hendrickson

Hi Paige,

Was the thread or article on Presenter by any chance? It sounds like the option may be a part of the older version of Studio, which included "Presentation Options" instead of "Player" which is now available in Studio '13.

If not, could you share the link for the discussion so I can take a look?

Thanks!

Paige Tabor

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http://www.articulate.com/support/presenter-09/publish

 

Here is the link I was reading that referenced Presentation Options.  I spoke c our IT guy who said he could try to export all the audio, normalize it, and import it back into Articulate, but I keep thinking there must be some way to normalize the audio in a 60 slide presentation without adjusting each slide individually or exporting first...  Thanks for any ideas on this.  -paiger

Paige Tabor

Hi. I have a new question. I have a presentation in Storyline that clicks through in the correct order (it has 27 slides). When I'm previewing it, though, while it goes in the correct order, the menu to the left of the presentation is not in the correct order. People taking the training may be confused by why the menu is hopping from slide 19 to slide 24 and then later going back to 20 through 23.

It's not critical since the presentation is in order, but I'd love to be able to clean it up to look a bit more professional. Thanks for any tips!

Paige Tabor

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Thank you, Christine! That was super fast. I’ll tryyour suggestion, and if it doesn’t work, I’ll ask our IT guy to put it onlineand then send you the link. Thank you!!