In Articulate Replay, you can import sound files, record narration, or both.

About Replay's Dual Tracks

Since Replay uses two tracks, you can add sound to one or both tracks. Audio clips will initially be added to the end of track A, but you can move them. Just drag them to the track and location you want. See Rearranging Objects for details.

Importing Sound Files

To import a sound file, do the following:

  1. On the Replay ribbon, click the Sound drop-down arrow, and choose Sound from File.
  2. Browse to the sound file you want to import, and click Open. Replay supports the following audio formats:
    • AAC
    • AIF
    • AIFF
    • M4A
    • MP3
    • OGG
    • WAV
    • WMA

You can import as many sound files as you like into a Replay project. Repeat the steps above for additional files.

Recording Narration

To record narration directly in Replay, do the following:

  1. On the Replay ribbon, click the Sound drop-down arrow, and choose Record Mic.
  2. When the Record Microphone window appears, click the red Record button.
  3. When you've finished recording, click the blue Stop recording button.
  4. You can preview your recording, using the Play/Pause and Rewind buttons.
  5. Then do any of the following:
    • Click OK to save your recorded narration.
    • Click the Record button again if you need to start over.
    • Click Cancel to close the recording window without saving any narration.

Adjusting the Volume of a Sound Clip

To adjust the volume of a sound clip in your project, do the following:

  1. Select the sound clip in the timeline.
  2. Use the panel on the right side of the screen to adjust the volume.
    • Mute: This option mutes the selected sound clip.
    • Automatic: This option uses the video's original volume.
    • Manual: This option lets you raise or lower the volume with a slider.

Deleting a Sound Clip

To delete a sound clip, just select it in the timeline, and click the Delete key on your keyboard.

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