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Getting Started with Voice

Setting things up
  • Connect a microphone or headset to your computer and make sure it works as expected. See this Knowledge Base article for detailed instructions on how to set up your headset or microphone.
  • Launch the (voice-enabled) Viewer and wait for the login screen to come up. Don't log in just yet.
  • Click on the Preferences button and navigate to the new Voice tab. Check Enable voice chat and Use Push-to-Talk mode.
  • Push-to-Talk trigger designates a customizable key that triggers (or toggles) your microphone. Press and hold this key whenever you want to talk. To use this key as a toggle, check Push-to-Talk acts as a toggle (leave it unchecked for now). To change the key, click Set Key and then press the desired key or mouse button.
  • Quit and re-launch the (voice-enabled) Viewer. If all goes well, you're ready to login. Just walk up to people near you (in a voice-enabled region) and start talking!


I've logged in — now what?


Cambia alcuni settaggi
Una volta fatto ci sono alcuni modi per poter parlare ed essere sentiti dagli altri:
Locked Talk Button
Push-to-Talk trigger
  1. In basso nella finestra di visualizzazione ci sarà un pulsante blu Talk. Tienilo premuto quando vuoi parlare. The button 'glows' yellow when pressed. The small green indicator next to it lights up when you speak into your microphone.
  2. If you have enabled Push-to-Talk in the Voice Chat preferences, use the appropriate key or mouse button to trigger your microphone. Prendi nota della scritta Push to talk trigger nel voice chat Tab. Tieni premuto il pulsante descritto ogni volta che vuoi parlare. When you press the key/button, the Talk button will 'glow' yellow when the mic is open and the little green indicator will light up when you speak.
  3. If you have enabled Push-to-Talk acts as a toggle in the Voice Chat preferences, you can use the key or button as a mic toggle. The Talk button will glow yellow until you press the key/button again.
  4. La parte sinistra del pulsante Talk èpuò essere usata come "lock" (sempre acceso) cliccalo di nuovo se vuoi disattivare il microfono. The button will 'glow' yellow when your mic is switched on. Click the lock again to turn your mic off.
Note: Al tuo prio avvio il tuo microfono potrebbere risultare sempre acceso, e tutti i suoni e i rumori intorno a te potrebbero essere trasmessi. If you use a loudspeaker-microphone combination instead of a headset, your open mic will create feedback ("echo") in the voice channel; what's more, any ambient sounds near you (radio, tv, other people, street noise) will be broadcast to everyone near you in Second Life. Check the Talk button at the bottom of your screen; if it "glows" yellow, your mic is switched on. Press the button to turn it off.


The Spatial Channel
The "spatial voice channel" enables you to talk to persons near you (within a radius of about 20m). Other avatars using the spatial voice channel with you have a voice indicator (a green dot) over their heads — or where their heads would be :)


Group Voice Chat
(to be added)
One-to-One Voice Chat
(to be added)


Bene, ora stai parlando!


Ora alcuni piccoli accorgimenti


Guarda il punto bianco sopra la tua testa e le piccole onde, se parli a volume normale dle onde dovrebbero rimanere di colore verde, se sono rosse..il tuo volume è troppo alto. E' una buona idea chiedere agli altri se il tuo volume è giusto, nè troppo alto nè troppo basso. Questi settaggi non sono forse i tuoi preferiti, ma servono per il rispetto di tutte le persone intorno a te. :)
  1. Ensure that SL is using the right microphone and headset or speakers for input and output. You can check and set your device settings in the Voice Chat Preferences.
  2. Navgiate to your operating System's Sound Settings and adjust the microphone's volume slider until you rarely see red brackets in-world.


SE così fosse devi regolare il volume del microfono per Windows XP:
  1. Vai sul pannello di controllo > Sounds and Audio Devices > cartella "Audio"
  2. Click "Volume..." su "Voice Recording"
  3. Regola il volume del microfono
SE così fosse devi regolare il volume del microfono per Windows Vista:
  1. Vai sul pannello di controllo > Sound > cartella "Recording"
  2. Select your microphone, then click the "Properties" button and the "Levels" Tab
  3. Regola il volume del microfono
SE così fosse devi regolare il volume del microfono per Mac OS X:
  1. Vai su System Preferences > Sound
  2. Regola il volume del microfono


The Speakers button
(to be added)



Troubleshooting

Se ancora non riesci ad usare la voce prova questo sito — http://www.testmyvoip.com Se anche su questo sito non riesci ad usare la voce, potrebbero esserci blocchi da parte di firewall.



See also