|21 Oct 2011||#1|
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Sound -> Recording -> Stereo Mix -> Listen to this device, causes echo
I am trying to record a video with sound using Windows 7 Enterprise (Windows version 6.1 build 7600).
I have been told that, in order to capture the audio, I need to goto Sound -> Recording -> Stereo Mix -> Listen, and temporarily select "Listen to this device".
However, when I do this the sound is echoing, and the echo is being recorded in the video?
Please can you advise how I can remove the echoing. Or is there a better way to record with sound?
Thank you for your time and help,
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