Echo Livescribe opportunities. When you launch smartpen, it is ready to write down everything you write in your Livescribe notebook. Smartpen captures and saves your notes as digital ink. You can then send your notes to others using Echo Desktop. If you want to take notes without audio, just run the fountain pen to start writing. To record sound during notes, use the Paper Play application on the pen.
The Paper Play function allows the pen to record audio data and associate it with handwritten notes. Then you can indicate your notes and listen to the sound recorded during recording. Each time you use Paper Replay, it saves the captured information in a Paper Replay session. Paper Replay can also be used only for recording audio data.
Received audio data is an independent recording that is not related to your notes. In this case, we are talking about a paperless session. You can add notes to any audio recording (even paperless sessions) by playing back pre-recorded audio recordings and recording them while listening. In this case, we are talking about annotation, which is especially useful when you need to clarify or supplement your notes while listening to audio data. Use the Paper Play commands to start and stop the Paper Play session and control playback. Orders vary by Livescribe paper product
Self-contained ink-pen. Recorded audio data (and all associated handwritten notes) are called paper playback sessions. Key facts about the sessions: – Notes that are not related to audio data are only notes. They do not belong to any session. – The session always contains audio data. – During the session, handwritten notes (pages) may be associated with audio data. However, you can only record audio data. In this case, we are talking about a paperless session. – The session begins when you start recording sound, and ends when you stop it. – Pausing and resuming recording does not create separate sessions.
The session remains the same in this case. However, separate sessions are created when recording starts and stops. – A session can take several pages, including when you take notes while recording a long-term class or meeting. – If you start and stop recording several times on one page, you create several sessions on this page. – By default, sessions are called in Smartpen and Echo Desktop by the date and time they were created. For example, if a session begins on October 31, 2014 at 12:22, it will be displayed as 10/31/14 12: 22p.
Echo Desktop allows you to view your notes and play back audio recordings made using the Paper feature. In Echo Desktop, notes that have audio data associated with them are displayed in green ink. For Livescribe, these are active inks. To listen to audio recordings related to your notes, click on the active ink using a mouse or other pointing device.
Tapping on active ink is like pointing out handwritten notes to start playing sound on a pen. When you point to active ink, the cursor changes to the index finger to help you determine where you can click to start playing sound. If you commented on your notes (added notes while playing an audio recording), by default they will be displayed in blue ink. This ink is also active. You can click to play back the recorded audio data where you added notes.
When you launch smartpen, it is ready to write down everything you write in your Livescribe notebook. Smartpen captures and saves your notes as digital ink. You can then share your notes on your computer or email using Echo Desktop. If you want to take notes without audio recording, just run the smart pen to start writing on your Livescribe notebook. To record sound during notes, use the Paper Play application on the pen. The Paper Play function allows the pen to record audio data and associate it with handwritten notes. Then you can indicate your notes and listen to the sound recorded during recording.
To pair with another device, make sure Livescribe + is not running. Turn on the smart pen and point the ink tank to the pairing icon on the device (the icon is also on the front cover of Livescribe 3 laptops). Your Smartpen is now in pairing mode (the status indicator blinks green), and you can start Livescribe + from a new device (or select “Smartpen Connection” in the application); Your SmartPen will be located and will receive a request for permission to link.