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Problem with sound through pleo cam II with skype

The webcam is plugged into the usb
when on skype the person we call cannot hear us via the built-in microphone of the pleomax
we have tried many options, nothing works, help
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What it sounds like is that the Audio Setting has not been set to that mike. To do so, go to tools, then Options, and click on Audio Settings. Go to the Microphone drop down and select the pleo camera microphone. Then on the bottom of the page, SAVE and it should be good to go.
Hope this will solve your problem. Bud

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