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Ambient Audio: What is it and how can I use it?

What is Ambient Audio?

With Ambient Audio you can now add an audio clip to auto play when a viewer enters your scene or VR project. Ambient Audio is a great way to provide an immersive experience for your clients. Upload any type of audio including music, ambient noise or messaging about your products or space.


Ambient Audio is available on all plans. To create a custom plan that fits your business needs, call us at 1-844-310-3429 or email us anytime at hello@yulio.com or support@yulio.com.


How can I add Ambient Audio?

With Ambient Audio you can add an audio clip that will autoplay when a viewer enters the scene – you can add 1 audio clip per scene.


To add Ambient Audio to your scene, start off by logging into your Yulio account and select the project you would like to edit.


On the project page, select the Audio tab and upload your audio files to the upload box. Here you will upload your files for both your Ambient Audio and Audio Hotspots.


You can upload as many audio files as you like, but you can only assign one audio file per scene to autoplay. 


Don’t forget, you can also upload audio clips to be added to your VR project as an Audio Hotspot. For a refresher on how to add audio hotspots to your scene, check out this article.


Next, go to the Scenes tab. To add your Ambient Audio, click on the Gear icon beside the scene you would like to add audio to.



From there, select the audio clip you would like to assign as your Ambient Audio for that scene and click Continue. 



Repeat the steps above for every scene you would like to add Ambient Audio to.


Now, when you view your project – the Ambient Audio will autoplay for that scene. 

While viewing, you can mute the audio by clicking on the Audio icon in the bottom right hand corner.



That’s it! Check out this sample project with Ambient Audio: https://yulio.com/HUl5wDPx3L

Note: Make sure the audio on your computer/phone is turned up/on to hear the Ambient Audio


Check out our YouTube channel for more info & tutorials.

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