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Software To Capture Sound From Output?

Discussion in 'General Software' started by LoazUizLekDaFunnies, Oct 20, 2007.

  1. LoazUizLekDaFunnies New Member

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    I need software that can capture the sound coming from my output e.g. where my speakers are plugged in, so that I can save the sound coming out of them. Does such software exist?

    I need it for a video I'm making.
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    Windows Sound Recorder in XP can do it.
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    I'm looking but I can't see how?
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    I know the X-Fi can record what you hear in "What U Hear" mode. I'm sure theres probably some software that can do something like that for any sound card.
  5. LoazUizLekDaFunnies New Member

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    Yea if you know of any let me know please.
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    Edit --> Audio Properties --> In recording section, click volume ---> Select Stereo Mix.
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    I don't see it.
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    OptIn volume control, click Options, Properties, Recording radio checkbox, then check it on the list.

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