Author Topic: Audio over wireless headset wont record game, and all TS  (Read 1525 times)

trav

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Audio over wireless headset wont record game, and all TS
« on: May 30, 2014, 03:27:54 am »
I have this http://store.sony.com/ps3-wireless-stereo-headset-zid27-PS398085/cat-27-catid-EOL-PlayStation-Accessories

and all my game sound/voice comms (teamspeak) go through it. 

I use a PTT key to record, and have it setup in DXTORY.

I have two audio streams setup in DXTORY... 1 is for Bluetooth Headphones/Wireless Stereo Headset, & Record Sound is checked.  2 is for Microphone/Wireless Stereo Headset, and both Record Sound and Use PTT are checked. 

Under the Hotkey tab, I have my PTT key bound as it is in TS. 

When I record, I get game sound, and incoming TS on the video, but I cannot get my voice to record. 

I have messed with this A LOT, and cant figure it out.   Can someone explain what I need to do to get this to work?  I am super frustrated. 

RobiePAX

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Re: Audio over wireless headset wont record game, and all TS
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2014, 03:59:32 am »
It's possible that you are misunderstanding how video players and audio tracks work. Video player can only play "1" audio track at the time, you can switch between them but can't play all at the same time.

You can extract all the audio tracks from the video by right-clicking on the Dxtory video - select Extract Audio Streams - and then combine all those streams in a video editor.


trav

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Re: Audio over wireless headset wont record game, and all TS
« Reply #2 on: May 30, 2014, 05:43:23 am »
Thank you, I think I get it now. 

Would editing software like Vegas be able to play both tracks, or would I still need to extract before editing it in there?

RobiePAX

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Re: Audio over wireless headset wont record game, and all TS
« Reply #3 on: May 30, 2014, 06:05:10 am »
Specifically Sony Vegas automatically detects secondary audio tracks and imports them into the timeline. Other video editors need you to extract audio tracks manually.