Surveillance WebCam Product Documentation Home Page Table of Contents
Menu Location: Settings - Video Audio Configuration
The program can record audio from the default audio device for the computer, example the computer microphone input of your sound card. The audio is saved to separate avi file name ...AUD.avi
For Record Mode audio is recorded all the time continuously. For Monitor Mode audio is recorded for a specified amount time after motion is detected, or based on Sound Detection if Use Sound Detection is enabled.
Use Audio Recording
Turns audio recording on or off for both Monitor and Record program modes. If Sound Detection is enabled, it also enables Use Audio Recording.
Monitoring - Motion Detection Audio Recording
The following applies to Monitor Mode only.
The following are effective only if Use Sound Detection is turned off.
Trigger Recording from Camera Number
Records audio only if there is motion detected on the specified camera.
Trigger Recording from any Camera
If checked then audio recording is triggered if there is any motion detected on any camera.
Audio Recording Time
The amount of seconds to record audio after motion is detected. After that time audio recording stops.
If no audio device is found on the computer this menu item is disabled.
Microphone input properties for your sound card is controlled by the Windows Volume Control. Double click on the yellow speaker icon on the Windows TaskBar to adjust Microphone, and Speaker Volume Control. Or click on menu item Properties to display them - insure the Microphone is enabled with a check mark and not muted. Maybe use the gain boost control for the mic too under Advance. One can also access the Volume Control from Windows Control Panel, Sounds and Multimedia, under the Audio tab. Using a microphone with pre-amplifier is best.
Motion Detection - Sensitivity