The SlideSoundIn sub-object is used to record vocal responses from the participant. The base filename of the file used to capture audio may be typed directly in the CaptureFilename field in the sub-object properties, or the file name may be varied using an attribute reference (e.g. [CaptureName]) in the CaptureFilename field. The default value is "@AUTO" which is a special value for this field that instructs E-Prime to automatically generate a unique filename for each successful run of a sound capture object. The automatically generated filename is in the format of Experiment Name-Subject Number-Session Number-Object Name-File Number.wav. Therefore, for example, a SlideSoundIn sub-object on Slide object named "Slide1" in an experiment named "Stroop" with a subject number of 5 and a session number of 1 would generate the following filenames: Stroop-5-1-Slide1-1.wav, Stroop-5-1-Slide1-2.wav, etc.
The Property pages for the SlideSoundIn sub-object are identical to those specific to the SoundIn object. Refer to E-STUDIO: SoundIn Object  for a description of those pages.
Properties for the SlideSoundIn sub-object may be set using the Properties window. Click the sub-object to select it. Resizing handles on the perimeter of the sub-object indicate that it has been selected, and the Properties window will display the properties for the selected sub-object.
|(Name)||String values||Assigns a user-entered string as the name of the SoundIn object.|
|(About)||----------||Displays the About SoundIn dialog.|
|(Property Pages)||----------||Opens the Property pages for the SoundIn|
|BufferSize||Integer values||Specifies the maximum length of audio to be recorded.|
|DataLogging||None, Standard, Response Only, Time Audit Only, Custom||Determines the category of variables logged for the object.|
|Duration||-1 (infinite), Numeric values (default in ms), Attribute references||Determines the duration of the object in milliseconds.|
|EndSoundCaptureAction||(none), Terminate, Jump||Determines if the currently running object should terminate, jump, or do nothing once the fixed buffer has been filled.|
|Filename||String values (e.g. Movie.mpg), Attribute references||Designates the name of the file to load for display.|
|JumpLabel||String values, Attribute references||Identifies a Label object within the current Procedure to which program execution jumps when input is received on an input mask that has an EndAction of "Jump."|
|Notes||String values||User-entered text useful for storing information or comments related to an object.|
|OffsetSync||(none), Vertical Blank||Sets the object or event with which the offset of the object is synchronized.|
|OnsetSync||(none), Vertical Blank||Sets the object or event with which the onset of the object is synchronized.|
|Pan||Numeric values, Attribute references||Specifies the pan level in 100th decibels. Functionality dependent on the PanControl property setting.|
|PanControl||Yes, No||Enables or disables panning control.|