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How Do I Get My Roxio Hd Pro To Work With Psn Voice Chat

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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,

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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,

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/87700-not-recording-mic-on-xbox-with-turtle-beaches/

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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,

Streaming or Capture (big difference!)???

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Before you do anything, make sure your sound is set to multi-output in the options menu. Now go to accesory settings and select audio device. Select voice output to default device. This will output other players' voice to your component cables so that it could be recorded using the Roxio.

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Before I help you, I'd like to know whether you could record normal gameplay footages on your PS3 using the component cable.

 

I've used the RGC HD Pro w/ my PS3 before and I'm able to record other player's voice chat too btw if you're unassured :)

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