Using the microphone
You can use the built-in or an external microphone that connects to the
microphone jack to record monaural sounds into your applications. It can
also be used to issue voice commands to applications that support such
functions. Since your computer has a microphone and speaker, "feedback"
may be heard under certain conditions. Feedback occurs when sound from
the speaker is picked up in the microphone and amplified back to the
speaker, which amplifies it again to the microphone.
This feedback occurs repeatedly and causes a very loud, high-pitched
noise. It is a common phenomenon that occurs in any sound system when
the microphone input is output to the speaker (throughput) and the speaker
volume is too loud or too close to the microphone. You can control
throughput by adjusting the volume of your speaker or through the Mute
function in the Master Volume panel. Refer to your Windows documentation
for details on using the Master Volume panel.
The computer's wireless communication function supports both Wireless
LAN and Bluetooth devices.
Plays video files.
Chooses images to be displayed on the capture
Chooses from the Options tab to flip, zoom,
flicker rate, night mode and backlight
compensation; in the Image tab change the
colour settings; in the profile tab change the
Chooses from the: Options tab to change the
tool position; the Picture tab to select picture
output options such as size, export file and
saving location; the Video tab to choose output
settings such as Frame Rate, Size, Compression
and the file save path; the Audio Device,
Compression,Volume and file save path.
Displays the help files for the software.