Question about proclaim audio recording feature. Is it possible to monitor the recording as it is being recorded? Like is it possible to check so that in case there's something wrong with it, like sound quality or volume, we can adjust it? Thanks. PS: I have one audio input from the mixer to the mac via thunderbolt. And 2 audio outs. One to the house speakers via thunderbolt and the other is via the 3.5mm jack/Bluetooth headphones. I've found a way where I would just open OBS and use the monitor audio feature in OBS. but because it's OBS there's a bit of delay. I was hoping there's a native solution for this.
- Hello, Albert Dean Valencia - There is an audio level meter next to the microphone symbol in the top border of Proclaim (see image below). You may adjust the sensitivity level as shown in our support article here: https://support.faithlife.com/hc/en-us/articles/360007328211-Record-Edit-and-Publish-Your-Sermons-with-Proclaim under "1. Set up your audio device" Our "Five Tips to Improve Your Sermon Audio" article recommends a quick test of audio levels each week before a service: https://support.faithlife.com/hc/en-us/articles/360005129232-Five-Tips-to-Improve-Your-Sermon-Audio
- yeah. that's a visual "monitor" I was hoping for an audio one. like i can hook up my headphones to the mixer to do it. but was hoping for a solution that doesn't involve me going all the way to the mixer just to listen to the quality.