This article will explain how to configure Krisp with any other application on your Windows device.
Krisp is designed to work with hundreds of apps and web-apps where your microphone and/or speaker are being used. Krisp creates a virtual microphone and a virtual speaker that work in the app/web-app canceling the noise.
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.
If these two conditions are met, you will need a simple two-sided configuration:
- Select the physical microphone and speaker you wish to use in the Krisp app and turn on the noise cancellation toggles.
- Select the Krisp microphone and speaker in the audio settings of the app/web-app you intend to have noise cancellation in. The below example is from Zoom:
If your desktop app doesn't let you choose a mic and speaker to work in it, the workaround for using Krisp microphone on Windows will be handy. It allows you to set the Krisp microphone as the system default one and use in any app/web-app on your computer. Check this article for detailed instructions.
If the web-app you use doesn't let you choose a mic and speaker to work in it, the above-mentioned workaround can help you out.
Or else, you can set Krisp to work with your browser in general. For example, this article will tell you how to set up Krisp with Google Chrome.