Recording Computer Screen For Coqnue
Coqnue is an anglicized version of the Latin verb coquere, which means « to cut ». The word coqnue comes from the Old French word code, which means « of a living thing, flesh ». Coqnue is an English word meaning « a living tree » or « spiritual body ». The source of the word now dates back to the 13th Century when it first was utilized in an old Irish tract of mythology known as The Book of the Cave.
For those unfamiliar with coqnue, the most accurate pronunciation would actually be « coq-yoo-neez ». However, due to some difficulties with the sound, the standard pronunciation is « coq-yoo-nah ». Some sources do not transcribe the long « o » correctly, which can be seen on TV shows like Dragonfly where the « o » is pronounced much longer than normal, making it seem as if the word is pronounced differently. To avoid confusion with the sound of « ox », many American television shows have opted to shorten the pronunciation of « ox » to « ox » or « oo », and leave the long « o » out altogether, thus shortened to you « coq-yoo ».
For those unfamiliar with coqnue (and other languages), it is quite common for an audiologist to give ratings to different types of voice patterns, or even a rating system for how « smooth » a recording is. These ratings are given based on the way a person speaks in each section of a recording. If a person speaks smoothly in one section, but has a hard time sounding coherent in another section, they will receive a low rating. For instance, if a person tries to say, « My voice is very clean in the beginning, » but has a hard time getting the words out in the middle, they may receive a poor rating for that section of a recording.
There are several modalities that are used for coqnue recording, such as recorded speech, live voice, and typed speech. Unfortunately, Safari doesn’t seem to be very fond of live recordings. If you have recorded your speech with a voice recorder and are trying to sing through it on the computer screen, a warning message will appear: « You have exceeded your time limit. Please select another recording method. »
If you have tried all of these methods and still get a warning when trying to start the recording, you should check the compatibility of your system with the coqnue server. This will allow the server to know what version of the software or device you are trying to play on. If your system is too old, it may not be compatible with the modexxx server. If you have tried everything but still get the message « you have exceeded your time limit », you should check whether you have installed the latest version of both the modexxx server software and coqnue browser.
Installation instructions are available in the « read me » file. Once you install the modex, just click « start ». The coqnue browser should open up.