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There are heaps of products that can grab the speakers, but few that do direct digital capture. Some free products that are potential solutions (but which I don't know well enough to recommend): jackaudio VB-Audio CABLE (donationware, a similar free product on same web-page is Hi-Fi cable) Virtual Audio Pipeline (open-source) The best-known product is ...


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I think you're trying to over complicate things. I believe the problem you're trying to solve here is to record Skype conversations. To do that, you need: Audio stream from your sound card Audio stream from your notebook's mic (or external mic) Video stream of the chat session You can get 3 by using any screen recording software. I prefer Debut by NCH ...


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Yes. Fraps can record movies outside of games. By default, fraps can record everything that is DirectX or OpenGL powered. Media Players can be set to play the movies through OpenGL or DirectX and when done, you can use Fraps native abilities to record the movie. In addition, you can record the DWM (Areo desktop) which records everything on screen. Although ...


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You can try to enable "the stereo mixer" using pactl to load module-loopback The idea is to mix the source stream from your microphone to the speakers. With a correct set for volume and reciprocal position of microphone and speakers you should be able to avoid the Larson effect. :-) Load the module-loopback pactl load-module module-loopback and ...


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You simply need to select the "Line" or "Line in" as the recording device in Audacity. If you don't have one it might be disabled.


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This is a complementary answer to sum up the others into the solution that I was asking for. So, after getting this answer and trying to apply the multi-track part by using MixPad, when I press the record button for the individual tracks after selecting a recording device, I get an error message unless that device is set as the default. As the recording ...


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you also can use VB-Audio Voicemeeter which is a virtual audio device Mixer able to mix/route several audio sources (physical or virtual) to different audio points (physical or virtual) and help you to make exactly what your diagram shows ! More info and complete documentation on www.voicemeeter.com (get latest version on facebook/G+ pages).


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You can use a virtual audio driver - I'm using this one here which is donationware. It creates new input and output devices. You set the output to this device in your audio settings (the speaker in the system tray), you start recording from this virtual device (people on this thread mentioned audacity, which is a great tool, but you can really use any tool, ...


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Instead of downloading a WebEx, what you can do is use the WebEx player to stream the video to your PC and then record it using the latest version of SnagIt. Then you can save the file as an MP4 to your hard disk. SnagIt can record both audio and video in addition to still screenshots.


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VLC provide the advanced control panel, just click view > advanced controls and click the red button on the new control panel on the bottom when you want it to start recording, click another time to stop it



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