I need to record my screen. Everything works fine except I am getting bad quality sound (onboard sound card) in any screen recorder software. Installed newest drivers. I have tried everything. Camstudio can't even detect recording line for speakers.
Motherboard Name - Gigabyte GA-945PL-S3 Realtek ALC888 @ Intel 82801GB ICH7 - High Definition Audio Controller [A-1] - PCI Operating system - Windows XP Professional
This onboard card Is very good, because it has 4 rear
Speaker outputs, one rear
Microphone jack and one rear
Line In jack. Front panel has microphone input and speaker output. I can change the behauvier of these jacks. For example I can use the Realtek HD Audio Manager to set all connectors to output sound or input sound, or just manage each connector. That's why it is a good onboard card. But I need to make a christmas video with recording my screen, sound and microphone except my card has bad a quality of audio recording. Also the card can suppress background noise (can listen to TV that is 1 meter far from microphone and talk with friends, no problems).
I have this old but still working fine audio card: Creative AudioPCI 9918.
I was using this card to record my system sound on the old computer, but now it's just lying around. So my idea is to use this card for recording sound and use my front panel for mic and headphone. Will this setup work or I just need to think of something else without loosing front panel?