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  1. I want to do some live commentaries on my youtube channel. back on xbox 360 there was an option to play the in game voice thru both speakers and headset so that my pvr would record other players voices. Is there a way to get the roxio hd pro to record other players voices in game chat or party chat with out unplugging my astro a40s from my controller?
  2. I was wondering how i can record the audio of my friends and I in a party whilst playing a game. Equipment i got; Kinect Xbox One Elite Controller Turtle Beach x500 Stealth Laptop Audio splitter cable 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable 2.5mm to 3.5mm cable (for the turtle beach) Xbox One (Obliviously) Roxio Game Capture PRO The headset is wireless, when i use my headset with the splitter, the xbox doesn't recognize the microphone part of the headset.
  3. LateralJeans148

    Xbox One Party Recording

    Hi I've recorded videos before on 360. I recorded a video with 3 other friends and my capture card picked up their voice.But on Xbox one it doesn't record their voice unless i unplug my microphone. And If do that I cant hear them. So i would like to know if there is a way to do both. p.s. This is when their in party chat
  4. Hi I need help on getting my psn voice chat in call of duty to work with the mix of game audio. I have a turtle beach px21 wtih the dss 2 sound processor, I have looked everywhere for a way to get this setup to work but i cant find any please help me,
  5. I am planning on buying the Roxio Game Capture HD Pro, but one feature I need is for the capture card to record voice in my Xbox Live party chat/game chat. I'm not sure if the HD Pro does this, and if it does its not very clear in the product page. Thanks
  6. I'm wondering if this theory would work to record my own in-game voice and if anyone has tried this out. What if I get a 2:1 USB adapter (2 female to 1 male) and plug in a USB microphone along with the capture card and have the adapter plugged into the computer? This would combine both streams into 1 correct? Like this: http://www.amazon.co.../ref=pd_sim_e_6 My main concern would be mic audio lining up with the capture audio and the power consumption of both USB powered devices running off the same power source. Thoughts?
  7. BeaSTWiTHiN

    How Can I Manage My Xbox Parties Volume?

    Now, there is no need to crucify me off the bat here, I already know how to record my own voice in videos and can hear my party as well. I am quite proficient with editing software and understand the value of a slate to do a "marker" when needed. NOW, what I need help with is say when I play Halo 4 with my friends, their voices seem very quiet and the game audio is drowning them out. I know Xbox has an option in preferences to change it up, but I feel like it has little to no effect on what I'm doing. Though I do believe I am doing something wrong because many people have there audio perfect. Is there perhaps two different channels? Such as Party chat on one and game audio on the other so I can manage both and turn one down accordingly? Because right now if I turn up chat the volume in the "capture" window it just raises everything up not just game volume. My set up is: Turtle Beach X11 with the Green "headphone" line-in going to the TV with the Red and White inputs that come with it. The Pink "Microphone" jack goes into my Laptop so I can record audio with my own programs. The Roxio HD Pro goes into my laptop as well. In summary: How can I turn up my Xbox party chat and turn down my game volume so there is a happy equilibrium. Cheers.
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