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Sound recording issues..

Postby Mashood » Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:00 am

Hey guys.
Well some of you might notice that i have a lame YTChannel
so why ive created this topic is because I have a little issue with my sound recording
So basically i use Bandicam to record the vocal and the video and edit it with camtasia..
But i have no idea on why i get some noisey sounds...
So here is a tutorial of me on how i do Animations and you guys might hear the sounds
So please if anyone of you guys have any idea please let me know
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Re: Sound recording issues..

Postby Ziltoid » Wed Dec 03, 2014 2:50 pm

Do you by any chance amplify your microphone sound because the volume is too low when recording?
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Re: Sound recording issues..

Postby Mashood » Wed Dec 03, 2014 7:09 pm

Well it is low cause Im not near towards the microphone.. but its not the microphone problem some are saying thatits noise profile problem which i have no idea what It is suppose to be meant..
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Re: Sound recording issues..

Postby Ziltoid » Wed Dec 03, 2014 7:44 pm

Well, what microphone do you use? Maybe there's an option to enable noise cancelling in your mic's software.
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Re: Sound recording issues..

Postby Mashood » Wed Dec 03, 2014 10:27 pm

Microphone via high definition audio but its not mic problem ive searched for resultss again and found out that its therecording software issue mostly like fraps,bandicam and camtasia so while recording there will be a small noise but while editing it the niise will be really loud..
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Re: Sound recording issues..

Postby Ziltoid » Thu Dec 04, 2014 12:36 am

I'm not an audio expert so I don't think I can help you :/
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Re: Sound recording issues..

Postby Mashood » Thu Dec 04, 2014 6:56 am

Okay but thanks for trying :D
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Re: Sound recording issues..

Postby Straw » Sat Dec 06, 2014 12:37 pm

Shouldn't there be audio settings on your program ?

I used to record and the game sounds were just nice.

If you can give us some screenshots, it would be nice :)

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Re: Sound recording issues..

Postby MaTT » Sat Dec 06, 2014 1:26 pm

To me that sounds like an issue with the microphone, a broken or faulty wire. Download and install a program called Audacity (an audio recording and editing software), or if you have it already try recording on it with your microphone. If the same noise issue comes up then it's probably something to do with your microphone.

If the noise issue doesn't appear with Audacity however, you can use that to record yourself for your videos. Just mute the mic for Bandicam and only use it for recording the video and computer sound. Record your micrphone with Audacity during recording, the sound will save as a separate file but you can add it to the video during editing. It's a bit of a pain because you need to make sure it's synced but it will most likely work. :D
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Re: Sound recording issues..

Postby Mashood » Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:10 pm

Well I've used Audacity for about a year now and i haven't tried it for sound reocrding..
But when I added my Bandicam sound to Audacity there were no noise atm..
So ive tried to get the Noise Profile(The buzzy sound)and cut it
So here is what happened with edited in Audacity(Still but a little improved)
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