GBA Recordings with commentary

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Feb 22, 2009
  1. darkdenizen
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    OK! Now I'm extremely bored and I think it'd be fun/fulfilling/whatever to beat one of my favorite games with commentary. My equipment so far? No$GBA, Megaman Battle Network 3, Unregistered HyperCam and Guitar Hero Logitech microphone. Is it possible for me to have the games music playing and me voice to be recorded at the same time? Or do I need to play it while recording, then find another program that allows me to add another layer of sound?
     
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    In your recording settings, set it to "stereo mix" or a similar option that will record whatever gets output to the speakers. Then in your regular volume settings, unmute the microphone so that whatever you speak into the microphone gets output through the speakers. See if that works.
     
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    I can't find an similiar option. The sound settings really don't have much to offer. Do you know of a better program?
     
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    Nevermind. I'm using Windows movie maker and windows sound recorder to combine the audio and visual. The only thing is I have to record them seperatly. If anyone finds a less tedious way, than hey! Thanks a lot, but I think I'm good.
     
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    You didn't state what OS you were using, so I can't give you detailed instructions on how to access the Recording settings.

    Also note that if you have a newer Dell computer, for some reason they disabled the Stereo Mix option for recording and I haven't taken the time to figure out how to re-enable it.
     

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