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You can add files, images, audio, and video when you create content in your course. For example, in discussions, you can browse for a media clip from your computer or your course's file repository: Course Files or the Content Collection.
PowerPoint has built in audio features that are great for adding audio to slides to create mini lectures and presentations that are easy to edit.
Locate and select the System Preferences icon in the dock. In the System Preferences window, select Sound.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Select the Output tab. Make your audio output selection.
Steps to change WIndows default audio.
The YuJa Enterprise Video Platform is an all-in-one video experience to securely create, manage, discover, collaborate, and live stream video content across any device, at any time. This article contains instructions and resources for students to get started using YuJa.
Audio system for the TVs on the second floor cardio area.
Zoom is a cloud-based videoconferencing and collaboration platform. With Zoom you have the flexibility to create virtual classrooms and invite students to join from their desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Students can also share content from their devices such as PowerPoint presentations, and YouTube videos.  Zoom is available to all faculty, staff, and students for academic purposes.
The "Share computer sound" option must be enabled in the Zoom desktop client, this option is disabled by default.
Classroom Services is able to support the following video and audio conference solutions in UND’s hybrid classrooms for UND faculty and staff:

IVN Pexip video conferencing
Pexip video conferences are pre-arranged video conferences with specific start and end times, that make use of NDUS IVN rooms and allow individuals to join the meetings via a web browser or telephone. To schedule a Pexip video conference, please contact us at 701.777.6325.
IVN Pexip audio conferencing
Pexip audio-only
There is a split second delay between when a computer begins to play an audio file and when the computer's audio is active.  Many of the Praat audio clips are shorter than the time required by the computer to activate its audio output.