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Manage parcel music, sound, and voice media.
Manage parcel music, sound, and voice media.

Latest revision as of 11:48, 29 March 2010

KBcaution.png Important: This article has been translated. The translation was imported on 29 Mar 2010. Any changes will require re-export for incremental translation.

Manage parcel music, sound, and voice media.

Music URL   Enter a music stream address in M3U, MP3, OGG, or MP2 format for your parcel, which is played from the Nearby_Media controls.
KBtip2.png Tip: Music streams don't pass through Second Life's servers. If a music stream fails to play, see How to play streaming music in Second Life.
Hide URL  

Obscures the URL so others can't see it unless it's group-owned land and they have the right abilities. This is a casual deterrent; technical measures can still copy the URL.

Restrict gesture and object sounds to this parcel   Check to disable gesture and object sounds playing on this parcel from being heard outside this parcel.
Enable Voice

  Check to allow use of voice chat on your parcel.
Restrict Voice to this parcel

  Check to limit open voice chat to your parcel. You can't use spatial voice chat with others standing outside your parcel, but private voice calls still work. See Voice FAQ.
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