Audio picked up by DMM

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Jul 22nd, 2010
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Hi All

On a test run with DMP, I realised that for some reason a phone conversation was picked up on one of my presentations.

I definitley did not record it and found that it was linked to a video which was playing on the presentation.

The video was already previously saved from a number of weeks ago. I recently did a trial run with the unit hooked up to a TV and while I was running this trial a conversation that was ongoing in the background seems to have been copied. I have no idea why this happened or how!

Has anyone ever experienced something similar?



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Tomas De Leon Thu, 07/22/2010 - 08:28
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Try downloading the content in question to an external server and

use an external player (VLC) to see if the audio has the phone

conversation in it.

The DMP does not have recording features so the video would

not be altered.  You may want to disable the wireless interface

on the DMP to avoid any wireless interference.


oneill-james Thu, 07/22/2010 - 08:49
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I have played it through VLC also and still the audio is there.

I have this file saved to my own computer, but again however it happened, the audio is also still there.

Real strange!

Tomas De Leon Thu, 07/22/2010 - 09:00
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If the Audio is on the local copy and it most likely occured during content creation.

I would just chalk it up as a odd instance under abnormal circumstances...



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