An Audio trigger will place a hidden ‘watermark’ within an audio file. This watermark cannot be picked up by normal listening, but it will be detected when scanned with a Rezolve app.
Rezolve will make tiny changes to any audio files you upload to the RXP. Because of this, there are some technical restrictions about the sort of files that can be used.
- The best type of audio file is a *.wav file, but you can also watermark *.mp3
- Click here for some more advanced technical information about Audio Watermarking Guidelines
Drag your audio file into the ‘Upload an Audio File’ box, or click ‘Browse for Audio Files’ to find the audio file on your PC.
The file will be validated and then uploaded to the RXP.
When you are ready to continue, click ‘Choose a Target’ (see Managing Your Content in Rezolve).
You will be able to download your watermarked image from the Dashboard once your engagement is complete.