video sound

  • Hi, Alruwaili Omar!

    Here are few things to check:

    1. Be sure that imported video has an audio track

    2. Select your video texture on a Resources Panel then on The Inspector panel please check if your volume is not set to 0

    Audio should play automatically when you play a video.

     

    You can use next script to mute and unmute the video:

    //@input Asset.Texture videoTexture

    var control = script.videoTexture.control;

    var soundOn = true;

    script.createEvent("TapEvent").bind(function (eventData) {

        soundOn = !soundOn;

        if (soundOn) {

            control.volume = 1.0;

            print("Sound is on");

        }

        else {

            control.volume = 0.0;

            print("Sound is off");

        }

    });

    Let me know if this works for you! 

    Best 

    Olha

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  • I am having this same issue.  Your GIF is really helpful and explains how it should work, however, when i move the slider it automagically defaults back to zero, i.e. it won't stay at anything other than 0

    Is this a bug, or am I missing something?

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  • PS I have tried the script too, but alas, still same result

     

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  • Hi jeff rayner 

    There is definitely sone undesired behavior here, than you for reporting! Our engineers will look into this 

    Apparently when you set the volume a couple times if will work 

    Best 

    Olha

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