interpreterQ 1.2 contains the following new features and improvements:
- New export possibilities in interpreterQ Media Player
- Localisation of the user interface
- Support for triple booths
Based on customer feedback, the ability to export one file containing both the source and the student recording on separate tracks has been added to interpreterQ Media Player (IQMP) 1.2.
When you export to MP3 or MP4 from IQMP, you have the option to
- Include the source or not
- When you include the source in the exported file, include audio only (this results in a smaller file) or audio and video.
- Include only the audio of the student recording, or audio and video.
- Choose the desired location for the exported file on your PC.
Tip: if you export both the source and the recording with audio and video, then the 2 videos will be displayed
- side by side in the resulting MP4 if they were displayed side by side in IQMP, and
- Picture-In-Picture (PIP) if they were displayed PIP in IQMP
Warning: the Download functionality that was available in the first version of IQMP has been removed because you can achieve the same result using the Export functionality now.
Note: When you save your project, the extension remains .iqf because that IQF file contains multiple separate files and metadata, not one “merged” MP3 or MP4 file.
Both interpreterQ 1.2 and IQMP 1.2 are available in the following languages:
Some customers have booths for 3 interpreters. The UI of interpreterQ 1.2 now supports this scenario as well: