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Re: For those who have to take audio feeds from 'outside sources'...

Postby al_diablo » Wed Feb 10, 2021 1:10 pm

I've done some testing, and although the developer recommend using chrome, I've also had stable performance for simple recording (one source) using firefox on mojave and using an iphone with safari as the 'presenter' mic.

Just in case anyone was unsure about the requirement for chrome, it doesnt seem to be problematic in other broswers for me at least.

Thanks again to mike for making me aware of it

Alex
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Re: For those who have to take audio feeds from 'outside sources'...

Postby Mike Stranks » Wed Feb 10, 2021 1:38 pm

al_diablo wrote:I've done some testing, and although the developer recommend using chrome, I've also had stable performance for simple recording (one source) using firefox on mojave and using an iphone with safari as the 'presenter' mic.

Just in case anyone was unsure about the requirement for chrome, it doesnt seem to be problematic in other broswers for me at least.

Thanks again to mike for making me aware of it

Alex

Thanks! Good to know!

My experiments have never got going due to having to produce material and 'get it out the door'... maybe in a few days' time! :lol:
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