Author Topic: audio record only mode  (Read 2391 times)

djcrossfade

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audio record only mode
« on: November 01, 2013, 10:58:30 am »
so i have tryed nvidia shadow play and it works get no fps lose . however i think  i would use  dxtroy for audio recording as it has the most options .
when i record my vids for youtube which im going to get back to . i record 3 audio inputs one for teamspeak ,one for game audio and the other for my mic .
i love this and dont see y there would not be a option to record the audio so that u can import the audio file to sony vegas and master the 3 audio tracks .

my work around will have to be using both nvidia shadow play and dxtory with dxtory having low setting .


there is fps lose with dxtory and not with shadow play so to keep dxtory going the audio record multi track recording would be a good option

zerowalker

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Re: audio record only mode
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2013, 11:00:10 pm »
Why use Dxtory for this then?

I would use another software?

If you want one that records your Speakers it´s not hard to make, easier however if you have Stereo Mixer "What U Hear" (different names, same thing).

Do you have that?

JojoTheSlayer

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Re: audio record only mode
« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2013, 05:49:30 pm »
You can use Dxtory to record all the streams and export them as separate .WAV files with VirtualDubMod (freeware).
Its pretty fast so I dont see why you wouldnt opt for this instead...



Homepage:
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http://virtualdubmod.sourceforge.net/

How:
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1. Record a multi audio stream .AVI with DxTory.
2. Open the .AVI file with VirtualDubMod.
3. Click Streams_Stream list.
4. Click the audio stream you want to save as a separate .WAV file and select "Save WAV" option.
5. Import the .WAV file to Sony Vegas or video editing software of your choice...