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Insert Audio recording and playback.

I like to record lectures as they are given and have several solutions for doing so. I'd love to see it as a unified function in a single app, and Papyrus is seriously one of my favorites. :)

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      • BonnieBonnie commented  · 

        Since I wasn't able to edit my comments earlier I wanted to correct myself because I said "voice recording" when I really meant to say was "audio recording" as well as "palm rejection". Seriously, when these features are added, I will be letting "Audio Note'' go.

      • BonnieBonnie commented  · 

        Got to agree with AJ, palm guard/rejection would also be a great feature update along with the ability to record while taking notes.

      • BonnieBonnie commented  · 

        I am a HUGE note taker and voice recorder, the ability to record while taking notes would be an awesome update. Adding this feature would make your app better than "Audio Note", which I would drop like a hot potato.

      • Stephen KingStephen King commented  · 

        This featuse is in S Note and I would love to see it in papyrus. I am a teacher and use Papyrus when casting to the projector. Having the ability to record stokes would allow creation of some base material before hand and be able to play back in an easy manner.

      • AJAJ commented  · 

        Audionote currently offers this feature but it isn't that great. Papyrus is an all encompassing app which needs a few additional features (mainly palm guard and audio recording while handwriting/typing) here and there to surpass Notability.

      • Shane MonroeShane Monroe commented  · 

        Oh, and I would easily pay upwards of $20+ to have this feature.

      • Shane MonroeShane Monroe commented  · 

        Yes, this MUST be nearly exactly in functionality as Live Scribe. As you write, your strokes are recorded for direct synchronicity with the audio being recorded. You should be able to playback this "recording" of pen and voice in the app (the nearest competitor leaves tracing lines or an onion skin version on the screen during playback .. none of that, please - or at least make it optional) and possibly even cast with Chromecast.

        Finally, you MUST be able to EXPORT this "recording" fully into a usable video playback container - not some proprietary thing that only works with the app or some third party plugin. MP4 would be fine as this would allow direct HTML5 playback on most browsers.

        ... and hey, if you want to offer cloud storage and playback like Live Scribe? Great. But this would be the last thing I'd worry about.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Definitely a good idea. Especially if the audio syncs to the notes.

      • Ben BruensBen Bruens commented  · 

        May I recommend that all votes for this idea are transferred to the idea of enhancing the app like livescribe. This idea will than be covered but you will get more than just that ;)

      • Bruce MellenBruce Mellen commented  · 

        For a smooth working app that allows me to include recording/playback of both the annotating and concurrent audio, I'm willing to pay a SUBSTANTIAL premium. It would allow me to replace my smartboard with something more useful, and even khanacademy.org. My students would be able to either replay my classroom presentations and see the end result of my presentation, via a browser - reinforcing the day's lessons.

      • Bruce MellenBruce Mellen commented  · 

        Top needed feature for instructors wanting students to see & hear the process of solving a math problem. Or for students preparing a class multimedia presentation & submitting it for review.
        I also use Note 10.1.
        Must be able to export a recorded note in a format most any browser can use to playback: the view into the note, strokes/cursor hovering/erasure/insertions..... & audio - as it was built.
        During the recorded building of a note, allow for mistakes by allowing for the undo/backing up and again proceeding/recording the audio & annotation.

      • StanStan commented  · 

        This is the most important feature IMO.

      • StanStan commented  · 

        This is probably the most obvious missing feature in this app.

      • ss commented  · 

        and playback from specific time by tapping written notes

      • ss commented  · 

        I tried mp3 recorder in the background of papyrus on note 10.1 it works great so please implement time referenced drawings with audio recording/playback.

      • rubenruben commented  · 

        The most important feature of a recorder in papyrus would be to sync the time of the audio recording with what was written at that time. It would be brilliantly use full just imagine your notes in class being as synced up as they are at the kahnacademy. Your rival app lecture notes has this feature as a premium item and I purchased it because its description had the synced feature listed. Unfortunately it was implemented poorly as you can see in the negative comments because the sync was just audio time synced with the vertical scroll level. It appears that Lecture Notes actually doesn't use individual vectors for each line but instead has. You drawing pixels and so this function is nit really feasible for their app, but papyrus is perfect for it.
        Second comment: another problem is that the pen hitting the glass is much Lauder than the lecturer. I am no aure how to get around this maybe its not so bad on a soft tip pen like the galaxy note 2 has anyone tried ?

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