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You could use FRAPS instead. It does everything. Just an idea.
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When recording game audio + your mic, you need to use a 3.5mm headset and set the device that will be captured to stereo mix. Then go into your microphone settings and adjust the levels so that your voice is also outputted on the stereo mix channel. When you play a game, you will hear the 'speakers channel' and the recording app will record stereo mix: which will repeating everything coming out of your 3.5mm jack and your microphone.

I used to have to do this when I used to stream games.
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You could use FRAPS instead. It does everything. Just an idea.

Been there, done that. It's not free but MSI Afterburner is and Fraps is no better at recording. Plus, many of us already have MSI Afterburner for overclocking our cards. So double win.
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Originally Posted by Phantom_Dave View Post

It can do both, I've done it. wink.gif

But I think you must have Realtek for it to work. There may be other workarounds if you don't.

Thanks for that smile.gif I do have realtek sound so i will give that a go. Seems like you will still hear yourself a little from what was said in the video? I dont mind if i only hear myself quietly but the only way i've currently been able to do it is hearing myself speak quite loud. Its annoying lol.....
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You could use FRAPS instead. It does everything. Just an idea.

I was hoping to use MSI afterburner, or just something free. Don't have the money for something like fraps right now and would rather use free software if possible smile.gif
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When recording game audio + your mic, you need to use a 3.5mm headset and set the device that will be captured to stereo mix. Then go into your microphone settings and adjust the levels so that your voice is also outputted on the stereo mix channel. When you play a game, you will hear the 'speakers channel' and the recording app will record stereo mix: which will repeating everything coming out of your 3.5mm jack and your microphone.
I used to have to do this when I used to stream games.

That's the same method that video that was posted said to do right?
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Been there, done that. It's not free but MSI Afterburner is and Fraps is no better at recording. Plus, many of us already have MSI Afterburner for overclocking our cards. So double win.
I totally agree thumb.gif
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IIRC you can hear yourself. But it's a minor thing when it's free. wink.gif
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I only record little sections of a game at a time, like when im about to piss off one of my friends or do something else cool haha cool.gif So it would be a right pain in the ass trying to find the correct sections of audio to sync later with the audactity method. Unless I keep Alt+Tabbing out of game to start and stop Audacity recording to but it would just do my head in and ruin the flow of things so it's not an option for me.
MSI Afterburner records some pretty nice quality videos and doesn't split it into chunks if you don't stop recording like Fraps does. I did try out a version of fraps but it wasn't able to record both things at the same time. I don't want to pay for Fraps anyway because it costs to much. Im gonna give the demo version of that Dxtory a go. Cheers all thumb.gif

isn't the trail version full featured like the paid version? only it is limited to 10 minute clips?
if you only record sections at a time, FRAPS may be the best option you got.
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isn't the trail version full featured like the paid version? only it is limited to 10 minute clips?
if you only record sections at a time, FRAPS may be the best option you got.

Last I knew, the Fraps trial only recorded for 30 seconds at a time.
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Last I knew, the Fraps trial only recorded for 30 seconds at a time.

Ooops, I must have been thinking of some other program then.
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well i tried the method in that video and when i was talkin to my bro he was just getting a load of nasty feedback and noises and couldn't hear me speak so i had to disable stereo mix. ive been messing about but i cant seem to find a decent way to do it. bit of a shame really. hopefully afterburner will be better for this in future. i couldn't even get dxtory to record so i'll give the latest fraps demo a go i guess... cheers all.
post #20 of 20
The way that video describes it doesn't work for me. I use a USB Headset (Logitech G930) and I don't have any of those options like Pink in or Stereo Mix.

A workout that I use with MSI Afterburner is use Audacity to record my voice, MSI Afterburner to record the game - then use my video editing software to combine the sound in editing. It's kind of a pain in the ass because I have to always trim sound from the beginning and ending of my Audacity sound file because of the alt-tabbing into the game and such, but at least this way I can do live commentary.

I found it's much better than adding commentary in after the fact because you don't get the same reaction or anything like that like you do while you're playing.
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