The Audio Capture Client works in partnership with the Audio Capture Server to record audio. The client works as the microphone in the system. It runs on an iOS device and records the audio coming into the device when the server commands it.
- How to Connect to a Server
- How to View Existing Audio Files
- How to Delete Existing Audio Files
- How to Listen to Existing Audio Files
How to Connect to a Server
When the Audio Capture Client is started, the list of available servers is displayed. Servers need to be started and available over the currently connected wi-fi network. To connect to a server, tap the name of the desired server.
How to View Existing Audio Files
The existing audio files on the client can be viewed without being connected to a server. From the initial "Servers" screen, press the "Files" button in the upper right corner. This will display the list of existing audio files on that client.
How to Delete Existing Audio Files
To delete audio files from the client device, bring up the list of files on the device. To delete a file, swipe the row for that file from left-to-right or right-to-left. A "Delete" button will appear on right side of the corresponding row. Tap the "Delete" button and the file will be deleted.
How to Listen to Existing Audio Files
To listen to existing audio files on the client device, bring up the list of files on the device. Tap the row of the file you wish to listen to. This will open a screen with an audio player. Press the play button to listen to the audio in the file.