|Play Fullscreen Video
|Open up a full screen view in which it will play back the specified video file. The exact formats supported depends on the platform the project is running on (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS). We suggest using common formats such as MP4 for best compatibility.
|Play a wav or an MP3 file that you specify. Browse your computer and add its filename to the Audio folder within the Project’s Resource Folder. Sound can be recorded or embedded in video.
|Play Sound Seek
|Add wav or MP3 files to the Audio folder within the Project’s Resource Folder, to access from this action. Use the ms property to seek a position, in milliseconds, to set the start position of the audio file.
|Enables a video component to play. If the video is set to ‘Loop’ the video will continue to play until ‘Stop Video’ is called on the component.
|Stop All Sound
|Stop all audio files presently playing.
|Set Volume All Sound
|Set the volume level for all audio files in the project.
|Stop playing a nominated audio file.
|Causes a video component to stop playing.
|Plays the specified animation on the selected Avatar Component.
Allows you to loop the animation if wanted.
|Makes the selected avatar speak the given text.
This will also animate the mouth of the Avatar if it has been set up correctly.
|Perform Text To Speech
|This will say the given speech and the way the voice sounds will be defined by the Speech Component selected.
|Set Voice Command Language
|This changes the language used for detecting voice commands. Only one language may be active at a time. This needs to be given a code such as ‘en-US’. More examples can be found in the project settings ‘default language’ dropdown. You can also refer to the Azure voice documention for more.
|Turn Off Voice Commands
|This stops the audio recorder from listening and sending data to Azure voice for decoding. The app should always have voice commands tunred off on pages that don’t use voice to save resources.
|Turn On Voice Commands
|This starts the audio recorder listening and sending data to Azure voice for decoding. Apps always startup with voice commands off and need to be turned on with this action to use them.