On Moxie Instructors now can share audio from a Google Chrome Tab during a class.

Contents:

  1. Prerequisites

  2. Directions

  3. Adjusting Volume

  4. Sharing files from your computer

  5. Copyright and terms


Prerequisites

  • Google Chrome on a laptop/desktop browser


How to Share Audio

Inside Moxie Studio locate and click on the the icon on the bottom bar.

A pop-up window will appear on your screen (make sure you allow pop-ups on Moxie.xyz). Inside the window you will see 3 options. Follow these steps in order to share your audio.

  1. Select “Chrome Tab”

  2. Choose the specific tab playing your audio

  3. Check Share Audio on the bottom left of the popup

  4. Press the Share button on bottom right


How to Adjust Audio Volume

To adjust the shared audio volume - change it in the Chrome Tab where your audio is being shared from.


How to Stop Playback
You can stop music by clicking on the Share Audio icon again, or by clicking on the top banner on your browser window.

Other features

Please note, while the pop-up has tabs for “Share your screen,” these functions are not available at this time. It is only currently possible to share audio using these pop-ups from the Chrome Tab option.



Can I share an audio file?

Yes, you can simply drag your audio file onto Google Chrome, and it will start playing in a new tab.

Will the music volume auto-adjust when using Share Audio?

No, this feature is only available with Moxie Music.

Music Playback & Copyright

For the highest quality fully-licensed integrated music experience we recommend Moxie Music.

If you prefer to share audio on your own, for the time being, it is up to you to comply with relevant music rights and licensing laws. There are many royalty-free playlists on Spotify that you can feel free to use.

Are there additional terms for sharing audio?
You are responsible for the content you use or share during your classes. Please review our Terms and Conditions for more details. Moxie has a legal obligation to take down any content that receives a complaint under the Digital Millennium Copyright-Act (DMCA).

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