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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Tyken132, Jan 21, 2011.

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  1. Tyken132

    Tyken132 Thread Starter

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    I record video game vids for youtube and I've been using steromix to record because it lets me pick up my voice as well as ingame sound. Problem is i've been trying to do a co-commentary with my friend but when ever I record with steromix he gets an echo, considering it seems I'm giving out steromix as well, is there any way around this? or a way to fix it? Also on a side note. I can't use a usb headset considering it only record my mic and not ingame sound(and doesn't let me use steromix to record) is there anyway I can record more than -just- my mic with a usb headset? lastly, it seems when I record that my game audio is -way- louder than my recorded voice, I have no idea how to fix it.
     
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    Which sound card are you using? Do you have the latest drivers installed? I had the same problem with my Realtek HD sound card.
     
  3. Tyken132

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    I have realtek but its the one that came built into the computer(I think into the motherboard) I tried installing the latest drivers but either I found the wrong ones...or something.
     
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