hello good afternoon how do I can create a single alarm sound or vibration ?
To test a prototype on a tablet I'd like to create some auditive feedback while the user presses a button. Is there any easy way to accomplish this? It would be nice, if you could give a step-by-step explanation. (I read the comment on a similar question, but neither did the prototype version download on that matter work, nor what I tried after reading a very short explanation about using pdf widget or html widget). An answer would be of great help, thanks!
Ive seen very little in regards to supporting audio content specifically being able to create an event that.. lets say on a button click an audio track is played. I understand that I can code the interaction with a built in player etc etc. To me this seem like a basic no brainier. If I'm creating a rich interaction more times than not sound (audible feedback) is part of that interaction. This should be a relatively simple addition to add to the feature set in the prototyper. Would love to know if this is to be consider. We base or prototypes on our clients needs and if one tool does not fill that need we move to the next.
I need to know how can I listen to the audio when clicking a button on that page?
Let say I have a page of a story.
I've created a button labeled as 'Story telling time'.
What I want is to enable user to listen to the audio while reading the story on the same page and is there any restriction of the audio size or etc?
Is there an example that shows how to play a sound file when loading a page (or clicking a button)? Conversely, how would you stop a sound file when exiting a page via a button click?
hello.I am working on just in mind and the audio file plays just fine when i simulate it in my laptop but when i click on "view device" (mine is an ipad air) the audio file does not surpasses the loading.
It shows a play button with the text Loading beside it.
How can i solve this?
Is there a way ti imbed/play and audio file in my prototype. I want to use either a flash or HTML player to play some files.
How can I add an audio file, .mp3 into my prototipe?....
I need that the audio starts when switch a buttom from on to off... is that possible?
Working on a music app and want individual player graphics to trigger a specific mp3 file when touched on screen.
Is there a specific action to accomplish this?
I am having trouble adding sound to my prototype. I've read some of the old posts, but I don't really understand what was done. Could someone please explain if there is an easier way to do this?
If someone using my prototype clicks on a 'Button' I have created, am I able to use Just In Mind to simulate a Sound, e.g. Greeting.
Is there a way to attach audio to a button press utilizing the web audio api?
Here is an example:
Could I utilize this method to play a sound on a button click?
If I used this method could I do so in a way that would not display any elements i.e. controls, the sound would play without anything else being visible to trigger it?
If I used this method would I have to provide direct links to the sound files on the internet or would the sound files be embedded in the .vp file?
I saw the previous thread about adding sound. I was able to add the sound created in http://d2ld3he4yll0xl.cloudfront.net/ to my prototype and it only plays.
But I cannot add my own sound file. When I add it, it will play but when I go to another screen and return, or when I simulate the prototype, my sound file cannot play and disappears from the screen.
The file is a Memo.m4a file. I drag and drop it into a PDF box dragged from the widget library on the left bar.
Hey Could I please get a detailed plan on how to insert the option to play an MP3 file in the prototyper.
I ideally need to know, How to make the player pop up and look clean.
Where to upload my mp3 to and how to link to it.
I look forward to your reply.
Is there anyone to import sound into a prototype? Thanks!
I am trying to let a sound auto play after i dragged a image. The problem is that the sound does not auto play inside Justinmide. I used a small HTML code. And that does work in my browser. I don't understand the problem.
It would be great if anybody could help me.
Unfortunately i can't add my file because it's too big but this is my HTML:
<audio > ><> < src="kerk.mp3" type="audio/mpeg">