Not to mention, as vEmotion has Google Talk explicitly
supported, it's very simple for Gtalk users to run vEmotion.
No even a bit configuration is needed.
How about talking from inside Gmail? Does vEmotion still
work? How to configure up the program? If you already
have Gmail voice run correctly, just three steps away
to get vEmotion work.
Firstly to find out where is the Gmail voice has been
installed on your computer. When you enabled voice feature
in Gmail, you installed a plugin program named 'googletalkplugin.exe'.
Search for this file on your computer and write down
the full path of it. It sounds formidable to search
a single file from the enormous file system. Actually
the file is usually located under the windows user data
directory as the full path may seems like
'C:\Users\Your Windows User Name\AppData\Local\Google\Google
Secondly, configure a customized audio channel for
vEmotion. As the following screenshot illustrated, the
most important is to input the full path of the googletalkplugin.
The 3th step. is to restart vEmotion, and login your
Gmail account. You will see a green dot beside the icon
denoting the customized audio channel on vEmotion's
status bar. That testifies vEmotion has established
a connection. Nearly finished but may not. For the first
time you have vEmotion and Gmail simultaneously running,
vEmotion may prompt you to restart Gmail. Please just
follow the instructions to shut down the browser and
authorize to install the required audio module.
Finally login your Gmail account again and enjoy chatting
with more features. Or you'd like to have a test before
going on chatting with someone. Just in Gmail 'Setting'
area select 'Chat', and click on 'Verify your settings'(as
the following image shows). If all settings are okay,
vEmotion will begin to record.