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For me the problem application is Citrix GoToMeeting, which I have to use for work. I'm using a variation of @thetoolman's solution to lower the volume to 49 - 50 every second (no cron job, I just start this whenever I have a meeting): while true ; do while (( `osascript -e "input volume of (get volume settings)"` > 50 )); do osascript -e ...
Both Filmic Pro and MoviePro lets you select which mic to use for recording.
As long as you don't plug the earbuds in all the way, you can still use the built-in mic. The catch is that you'll only get audio in one ear of the earbuds.
It sounds like you have three sources - two mics and the computer which is also doing the recording. What you need is a mixer like the PreSonus 4x4 (I don't know of a 3 channel mixer). This will give you control over the sound levels and profile of each source as well as a way to record them all on your computer. I personally have used these in ...
You should be able to plug an "iPhone-style" headset into the audio jack and then use a headset with a USB connector for the other person. Just search for "USB headset with microphone." There are quite literally thousands to choose from. The only question that remains is will you be able to use both microphones at the same time. That may require special ...
Unfortunately removing the Digitizer component only disables Quicktime access to the camera. Command line utilities can still gain access. Your best move is to paint over the camera lens. That is what I did. I also painted over the microphone holes.
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