interpreterQ 1.5 contains one new feature :
Support for recorded delegates
With this new feature it is possible to have interpreter students seated at the conference table for interpreting exercises. When a table seat is configured for a "recorded delegate", the microphone of that seat will be recorded during activities, and the recording will be collected just like the recordings made in the booths.
In order to support this feature, a dedicated "recording PC" needs to be installed. This PC can manage the audio recording of up to 16 students seated around the conference table. Up to 3 recording PCs can be installed next to each other in order to support a larger number of recorded delegate seats.
setup of the centralized recording PC(s)
In interpreterQ, the teacher can click a recorded delegate seat in order to enter the name of the student :
When the students are always seated on the same seats, the teacher can save the configured student names and reload this configuration in a later interpreterQ session :