Maestro Hazard wrote:
Quick Question for any that might know,
I am starting to record LPs of my game library, just something I'm doing in my spare time for fun, and would really like to get this, but I wanted to know: Does the audio that gets recorded include any voiceover work that is done?
I typically put my headphones in so that no sound is heard except in my ears, and use my camera to record audio, mainly because I have a high quality shotgun mic with the camera. I just seperate the audio from the video, convert it to an MP3 file, then add the audio to the recorded gameplay footage. Would the capture card pic up what I am saying though my computer's mic, or is the only audio captured form the game itself?
Thanks in advance for any help!
Depends on your computer. The capture software just plays back the 3DS audio, and it records from whatever sources your sound card presents to it (line in, mic in, etc.) Some computers have a "stereo mix" option, which is basically whatever you hear coming from your speakers -- so that's what you would want to use, if you want to mix 3DS + audio voiceover.
Sometimes it's hidden or disabled. http://downloadsquad.switched.com/2007/ ... g-in-vista
Some computers don't have it at all. Updating your sound drivers might help. Or you can install extra software like this.
Or record everything with a separate program.
I know, the capture software is still kinda lacking in the audio recording department. I want to add recording direct from 3DS instead of relying on the sound card but I haven't gotten around to it yet.