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  1. Hi Roxio, i just wanted to start off by saying thank you for a great product but can you guys please make an update so that speaking through my turtle beaches could record my voice when i record because for people like me, i have a low-end computer, not the best but still does the job for me great and in HD> check out my gameplay of Advanced warfare as an awesome example: What i mean is, for my low end computer, it'd take hours and i lose major video quality to render the video in 30-60 minute parts. If you guys would do that, i'd be very happy and please do consider looking into it. You'll have alot of people running your way as i am happy with Roxio Game Capture HD. Any feedback from users? please do thank you.
  2. 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?
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