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Audio Commentary/game Audio Separate?


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I am thinking of getting the roxio and just really scanning out which is the best to go too (already have avermedia HD gamer live,happuage) but looking for something new and external what I am curious about is mainly the audio - there is always issues with either only the commentary being heard, or only the in game audio...how is this problem dealt with with Roxio?

 

 

 

I notice a lot of people in the twitch chat rooms are always like "turn the audio down or turn the mic down" does Roxio have a MIC volume and an in game Audio volume setting like xsplit or is it all one sound smashed together?

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I am not sure i see the answer to my specific question in the FAQ - if i turn the mic option on does it turn the in game audio off while live streaming? (I heard this comment on youtube)

Is there volume levels for the microphone & in game sound once I choose to option to use the microphone for Live streaming on twitch?

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If you use the mic it simply adds your voice over to whatever sound the game is producing. However, I have not as yet seen any controls for mic levels in any of the software's menus but I found the default level to be adequate. The only problems I have is that I have a terrible microphone that need to be replaced.

I stream on twitch.tv/odinez if you want to see what I mean.

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It's also worth noting that my contrast seems to be very low and I have no idea how to fix that. It's not a problem with bright games like Assassin's Creed but in darker games like The Walking Dead it can be practically unwatchable.

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