For an app/web-app to work with Krisp, the app should:
- be able to work with virtual devices in general,
- have dedicated audio settings where Krisp Microphone and Speaker would be selected.
However, there are applications that do not have dedicated audio settings and thus Krisp cannot be selected there directly.
Windows allows you to select Krisp Microphone as your system default device. In that case, all the apps that can work with virtual devices and don't have dedicated audio settings will use the Krisp Microphone.
For that, go to the Sound settings and choose Krisp Microphone as the input device.
Note: It's not possible to set Krisp Speaker as the system default device. The reason behind that is that Krisp keeps human voice and filters anything else. This way, your system sounds would have been considered as noise and canceled by Krisp.
Windows gives you a workaround of selecting the microphone and speaker that work with an application. That can be done from the Advanced sound options.
- Open the app that you wish to use with Krisp.
- From the Windows Start menu go to Sound settings >>> scroll down >>> Advanced sound options.
- Pick the Krisp Microphone and Krisp Speaker for the app.
Hint: Avoid setting the microphone and speaker from the Advanced sound options for apps that have dedicated audio settings to lower the chances of having wrong setups and any problems arising from that.
Note: It's vital not to choose Krisp Microphone and Speaker for the Krisp app itself. This goes against the Krisp logic, as there should be physical devices working in Krisp.