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Old 28th December 2010, 09:57   #1  |  Link
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Capturing an video+audio stream with VirtualDub: how to get the audio?

Wasn't sure whether to put this under audio or capturing (it relates to both), please move this post if considered necessary.

I'm trying to capture some gameplay into a stream, using VirtualDub. Capturing the video is no problem, works fine, but I can't seem to grab the game's audio.

In VirtualDub's Audio menu, 'Audio input' only has 'No Input' or 'Master Volume' (the latter is selected), 'Audio source' has only one grayed-out option 'No sources available', and at the bottom it says '0 C-Media USB Audio' (my headset) which is checked.

Ideally I would like to grab ALL my PC's audio output together, so I could even play custom background music with WinAmp, or add microphone commentary (in addition to the in-game sound), et cetera.

What should I do?
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*gentle bump*
Any ideas anybody? I notice many people are casting live gameplay (including voice overs) so it should be definitely possible somehow??
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Get an audio card as onboard audio is very limited
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