Everything is ok when recording, video quality ok, but the sound quality is very very bad. Maybe this headset doesn't support that function? The motherboard ports should be better isolated. Play some more and try again. I've provided the versions of the software for comparison. I've updated everything and reinstalled drivers. I tested this all the way through to playing along with a song. You can set the sampling interval as well, from one to ten seconds.
It doesn't record the volume that I hear. Oct 22, 2015 I've had this problem with my razer kraken headset with sound being played back through the mic. How to recover my original great-sounding original speakers! I'd like to to record both in-game audio as well as my microphone, but it only records the video. Is the problem my headset? So now I'm thinking maybe Windows 10 bypassed or simply disregarded my sound card altogether,? What if you use the normal x264 encoder? I did not mean push to talk on Teamspeak And you can have Voice Activation as an alternative, js but the one with Shadowplay, referencing image below I got mine set to push to talk with it being activated by the tilde key. Click the switch at the left of the ShadowPlay window to flip it to on. Shadowplay works fine Microphone is disabled, there is no mic Shadowplay's volume is too quiet.
You haven't said if you've tried it. For all I know, it could be some simple option I have to select or deselect in my Recording Devices settings. Who wants to remember the complicated digital gymnastics needed to nail the various shortcuts? You haven't said if you've tried it. Which is actually activated on the settings. The sound is quiet and barely audible behind staticy sorts of noise being picked up from somewhere.
Provide details and share your research! Ok, the eyes have it, now get back to work we've got a lot removing. Some other games have similar settings where you can capture highlights of kills or whatever for you to later enjoy or upload to the internet for bragging rights. Thanks for the advice guys. Here's a link for you to see how it is exactly:. This is a known issue on many sound circuits and one possible explanation for your problem. I just played my first game after setting all of this up, I got 8 kills 2 of which were double kills and died near the end of the round all of these events are tracked separately, it seems, and should have been recorded and I have nothing to show for it.
I read online and others suggest that it is better to record video and game sound via ShadowPlay and then run a separate program like Audacity and record the audio separately. Other game are fine again, just not this game. Nov 19, 2015 Yesterday updated to 10586 my L930 and, as before, the Windows Camera App doesnt record audio on video shooting. After having trouble with this I am just trying to figure out how to get the local recording to work correctly. Want to stream or watch live gameplay? I've been using ShadowPlay and sound levels are the same within game and in recorded videos. This can be any game, from Hunie Pop to Fallout 4.
I don't see why, if you really did turn off Exclusive mode and restarted the game , and Exclusive mode being off produces normal sound for your system, why Shadowplay still isn't working. I know my phone is affected by the L930 speakerphone mic problem, but until previous version of Windows Camera, audio was recorded at least in the other channels. I think I must tell you that i'm using asus maximus iv as motherboard. Nah, i used the normal x264 encoder. Join the Discord server Make sure to read the before submitting.
How much more disk space depends on the quality level you choose. You can tweak these settings after enabling ShadowPlay as described later in this guide , but if they look fine to you, you can start recording now. I even tested it with Cortana. You can select the Low or Medium profiles, or pick Custom and change the individual settings manually. Lan --- I am beginning to think it may just be a hardware problem.
How do I fix this? If so then try setting it to stereo 2. Either way though, I have never had that constant jittery bug like you have in this and other videos. There also seems to be no setting to change capture length which makes this whole tool pretty much useless. Then when it comes time to edit and publish the footage, just match em up together in the editor. It's in every single game I play.
I have that setting on. Voice, Game Audio, and Skype if needed. Dec 9, 2015 Well only 'View installed updates' works. However, no answer has been given on that forum, or elsewhere that I can find. But after the last two updates, WinCamera is not recording audio. What if you use the normal x264 encoder? I'll take screenshots of my setup when I get home in the afternoon and gladly share them.
Thanks again, everyone, for all the advice. So yeah, Shadowplay can produce a couple nasty side-effects in your videos: I get extreme static in my audio, whereas S7 gets crazy jitters in his. I have tried this as well Well I tried uninstalling all of the sound drivers and let them reinstall and still did the same thing. This headset has been giving me problems the last couple of months; even though the static problem seems to occur solely through Shadowplay, hardware issues can apparently be program specific, so there's a good chance it's that. If you watch another video of mine, I sometimes get very weird, very broken microphone recording while teamspeak and game sounds are translated fine. The thing is, I already reported this through Insider Comments, but, I need to film video with audio urgently. Maybe not the best solution but it's some solution at least :p I'll give it a go : does it have any feature similar to shadowplay? How to use Nvidia ShadowPlay Before we use ShadowPlay, we need to enable it within the GeForce Experience.