The program checks for a recording source, as soon as you start a recording.
Recording problems are usually related to computers using an audio HD chipset.
If that is the case, please open the sound properties with a right-click on the loudspeaker icon, select “Recording devices”, click on “Show Disabled Devices”, Then right-click on “Stereo Mix” and “Enable”. NOTE: A “Default Device” must be specified. To accomplish that, please repeat the first three steps and set “Stereo Mix” as a default device.
IMPORTANT: Please install the latest driver for your sound card.
Especially if you don’t have “Stereo Mix” displayed as an option, alternatively make sure your microphone is enabled. Then record video stream delivered by Online TV software.
To improve the quality of the recorded audio, please enable “Stereo Mix” in the Recording Devices. Please set it as a default device so that you can record without using the microphone.
If there is no available audio recording source, that could be a result of the Audio HD chipset presence on your computer.
Unfortunately, that cannot be avoided, but there is a possibility to establish a direct connection with the computer.
- 1 x cable distributor Y-adapter, type 3.5 mm stereo jack plug
Cost: Approx. 3 EUR
- 1 x jack, type 2 times 3.5mm plug
Cost: Approx. 2 EUR
Please follow these steps:
- Connect the cable distributor to the audio output (green) of your sound card - "Line-Out".
NOTE: Usually, speakers or headphones are connected there.
- Connect the actual cable to the sound output to one end of the manifold.
That will connect your speakers.
- Connect the jack with the other end of the manifold.
- Connect the jack to the audio input (red) - "Line-In" or "Mic-In".