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Old 02-08-2012, 03:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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can anyone help me figure out how to make an audio recording with my chromebook? I tried the aviary sound editor but it doesn't work. I think it uses java which obviously is a no go. any other ideas?
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can anyone help me figure out how to make an audio recording with my chromebook? I tried the aviary sound editor but it doesn't work. I think it uses java which obviously is a no go. any other ideas?
why the same question as in the other forum (where I did write my/the anwer)?
can you make an audio recording?
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why the same question as in the other forum (where I did write my/the anwer)?
can you make an audio recording?
apologies. I thot this was a different forum.
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The problem is you can't save the file to ChromeBook. What i would do is to look for a lite audio recording software like "app" that would run off a flash/zip drive or SD card. Install the lite app on the zip from a regular PC and see if you can get ChromeBook to run it. You can save the recording to the zip drive (main problem) I am waiting for them to come out with a ChromeBook with SD drives on the bottom of chrome book just for this. Thus one would mount a SD drive to run Apps on ChromeBook and have off line storage on the drive too.
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I am waiting for them to come out with a ChromeBook with SD drives on the bottom of chrome book just for this. Thus one would mount a SD drive to run Apps on ChromeBook and have off line storage on the drive too.
The Samsung has already a SD-Slot in the front, but there you could only store Music and Videos for using it offline with the mediaplayer.

A Offline-App-"Cache" for Web-Applications isnt inplemented at this time
and some other Web-Apps (like TiddlyWiki) couldnt save, because they didnt got the right to access the SD-Card for saving.
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The Samsung has already a SD-Slot in the front, but there you could only store Music and Videos for using it offline with the mediaplayer.

A Offline-App-"Cache" for Web-Applications isnt inplemented at this time
and some other Web-Apps (like TiddlyWiki) couldnt save, because they didnt got the right to access the SD-Card for saving.
so I can record something....but I can't save it? seriously?
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This Flash/Flex based audio recorder app worked fine on my Samsung Chromebook. And, save to USB drive for local. Dennie Hoopingarner's Technology Showcase
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I don't know that chromebook can make an udio call. I JUST USE SOFTWARE TO RECORD AUDIO.
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