Explain Everything is an app from the TOP TECH TOOL list that can help with one of the quarters in your class, week, or unit preparation.
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After viewing the video I noticed the last portion of the video with a video inserted caused an echoing effect. I immediately contacted Reshan Richards who steered me in the direction of MorrisCooke, the iPad app company.
My email stated this:
I am trying to have students/staff realize the power of inserting video for authentic reflection using the EE app.
I am finding that when I record a video, insert it into EE, and then record movements on the canvas while the video is playing a echoing affect is taking place.
Here's the example: http://www.youtube.
Am I missing something? Do I have the steps correct?
1. Push record for the EE slide.
2. Push play on the video.
3. Use annotating tools during video playback and canvas record.
Thanks for any help you can provide.
Within five minutes, I received a product response! Awesome!
thank you for contacting us!
The echo problem occurs when the sound of a video played within Explain Everything is also carried over to the microphone - this might happen when playing a video within the app and simultaneously recording.
To fix that in a new recording, you may use 2 approaches:
1. If you want to just have the sound from the video - since 2.05 there's a setting (see attached screenshot) that will mute the sound from your microphone when exporting an XPL project with a playable inserted video. Setting this to "ON" will fix the problem with the echo.
2. If you want to record your voice over the video - you can use the volume control to turn down the sound from the video, and additionally use iPhone headphones with a microphone, so that the sound from the video is not heard. You can also turn down the volume on the iPad speakers as well.
Let me know if this helped!
I completed OPTION 1 from above with great success!
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