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About ZombeeWarfare

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  1. ZombeeWarfare

    Roxio Game Capture Hd Pro Audio Level Not Budging

    I did two recordings. It seems like before every recording session, I just need to set the volume level to where I need it. I guess it automatically defaults every time I close/open the recording software. Thanks.
  2. ZombeeWarfare

    Roxio Game Capture Hd Pro Audio Level Not Budging

    Alright. On my desk is my laptop and my TV (laptop is an HP Notebook 2000, and the TV is a 21" RCA flatscreen). In front of my desk is a little cubic table. On it my Xbox 360 (white original), the wireless WiFi adapter for the 360, the power brick for the 360, and the Roxio Game Capture HD Pro, which sits on top of my 360. I use HDMI, so the first HDMI cord, connects the gamecap to my TV, and the second connects the gamecap to my Xbox 360, on the back. To the left of the desk are two (regular) fans. The first one is directly next to my computer, and I use it to ventilate the computer. The second fan is slightly above the first, and farther away, which I use to ventilate my entire room. As for my wall outlet, I have 2 outlet extender cords plugged into it. Plugged into the first extender cord is: the power cord for my TV, the charger cord (and brick) for my laptop, and a cord from the 360 power brick. The second extender cord, I rarely use, but it does have an Apple device charger plugged into it. Nothing else. That's about it.
  3. ZombeeWarfare

    Roxio Game Capture Hd Pro Audio Level Not Budging

    Didn't work I tried recording with the volume for it up to 100, and on mute as well, and it still didn't work.
  4. Hello. I noticed in a few videos of mine that the audio was a little low. The audio levels for the recordings were super low in comparison to what I was actually hearing when playing the game. When I go to adjust the volume slider on the recording screen, I noticed that it automatically goes back down to the default level, because I check it a few seconds after. Here's a screenshot: http://gyazo.com/d26ebc39a88a29bd417f16151a590234 The volume level in the picture is the default level that it automatically goes down (or up) to after I adjust it. Is there a fix for this, or am I going to have to rely on remembering to adjust the sound in editing?
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    Can My Computer Run The Hd Pro?

    Roxio's specs: -Microsoft Windows® 8, 7, or Vista. SP2, XP (SP3 for 32 bit & SP2 for 64 bit), Intel® Core 2 Duo Processor 1.8 GHz or AMD Athlon x2 64 2.0 GHz, 2GB RAM -DirectX® 9.0c compatible graphics card or higher, sound card -Windows Media Player 11 or higher -Internet explorer 7 or 8 My specs: -Processor: Intel® Pentium® CPU B590 @ 2.10GHz -Installed memory (RAM): 4.00 GB (3.85 GB usable) -Graphics card: Intel® HD Graphics Family (DAC type: internal with a 32-bit 60Hz Generic PnP Monitor -Sound card: Realtek High Definition Audio (not sure) -DirectX: v11 -Windows Media Player 12 -Internet Explorer 10 (I'm not sure if this will work with Roxio as they only say IE7 or IE8)
  6. If you're using a Windows computer, go to the windows button (bottom left hand corner on your screen), click it, and in the search box, type in "sound recorder". Make sure you have your external mic (I think it needs to be USB) plugged and hooked up to your computer. It's EXTREMELY easy to use, just make sure your mic is plugged in so it doesn't record your computer's default microphone. Next, click the Windows button again, find "Control Panel". Now, go to "Hardware and Sound", then, "Sound" or "Manage audio devices" (which will be under "Sound"). Now, there should be four tabs: playback, recording, sound, and communications. Go to "Recording". Find your external mic that you plan to use, right click it, and then choose "set to default". Now Sound Recorder will recognize and use this mic as long as it's plugged in. Hope this helps