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recordInput
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Type
Property
Syntax

set the recordInput to soundSource

Introduced
2.0
Environment
Desktop, Web and Server
Platform Support
MacOS,Mac OS X,Windows
Security
None required
Summary
Specifies where the record sound command should listen when recording a sound file.
Examples

set the recordInput to "imic" -- internal microphone
set the recordInput to "cd "
if the recordInput is not in permittedDevices then exit mouseUp

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Use the recordInput property to record sound from the system's microphone, a CD player, or other sources.

Value:

The recordInput is a four-character string.

The default value for the recordInput property is "dflt".

Comments:

The recordInput property determines which input device is used as the sound source when you use the record sound command to record sound.

The value "dflt" indicates that the record sound command should use the sound input device chosen in the user's system settings. If a different soundSource is specified, that input device is used instead.

The possible soundSources vary, depending on the QuickTime version installed and on the system's hardware configuration. QuickTime 3.0 and later supports the following:

imic records from the internal microphone

emic records from the external sound input jack

cd records from an internal CD player

irca records from an RCA input jack

tvfm records from an FM radio tuner

idav records from a DAV analog input port

mbay records from a media-bay device

modm records from the modem

zvpc records from zoom video input

none does not record.

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