Why can't teachers hear the audio files recorded by student?
on 20 November 2009 02:40 PM
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Why can't teachers hear the audio files recorded by student?

To hear audio files recorded by your student, you will need QuickTime Player 7 or higher installed on your computer. Please follow these steps to install and configure QuickTime Player. 

  1. Verify that QuickTime Player is installed.
    1. Click on this link: This web page will automatically check your computer for the QuickTime Player plug-in.
      Note: The Browser Tune-up check page opens in a pop-up window. If you have a pop-up blocker, please allow this site as a popup. 
    2. If your computer does not have QuickTime Player installed, click on the Get it button on the web page and then follow the instructions on the screen to install QuickTime Player. 
    3. If your computer already has QuickTime Player installed, move to step "b" below. 
  2. Configure QuickTime Player to play .mp3 audio files.
    1. Click on StartProgramsQuickTimeQuickTime Player
    2. From the Menu bar, click on EditPreferencesQuickTime Preferences
    3. Click on the File Types tab. 
    4. Make sure the box is checked for "MP3 - MPEG layer III movies and streams".
    5. Click Apply and then OK. You should now be able to hear the audio files recorded by your student.
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