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Desktop/Game recording failure

Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Overclock Application Discussion' started by ssduser, Apr 10, 2015.

  1. ssduser

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    Lets start from here.

    It's been a long time, Unwinder. :infinity:

    Win7 x64
    Latest afterburner 4.1.0.7013
    nvidia MSI GTX 960 2GD5

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    Model                : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz
    Logical cores        : 8
    CPUID                : GenuineIntel family 6, model A, stepping 9
    Tjmax                : 105°C
    
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    Display device       : GeForce GTX 960 on GM206-A GPU
    Display driver       : 347.88
    BIOS                 : 84.06.0d.00.2e
    
    For some reason I cannot record gaming.

    I don't know where else to start from other than it will not record. All default settings.
     
  2. ssduser

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    Of course shortcut is applied F9, and usable.
     
  3. Andy_K

    Andy_K Master Guru

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    Did you check for unwanted active 3D processes?

     
  4. ssduser

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    I had not. Here is the info.

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    Path                 : C:\Program Files (x86)\RivaTuner Statistics Server
    Version              : v6.3.0
    Active client(s)     : video capture module
    Active 3D process    : not detected
    
    Assigned hotkeys
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    Capture video        : F9
    
    I just now found out that VLC will not play the video nor will windows media player, I went and uploaded the video to dropbox
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/n7etikaxuxf45fs/iw3mp_2015_04_10_05_58_49_200.mkv?dl=0
    Dropbox plays it but without sound. hmm. I am at a lost now.
     

  5. ssduser

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    I found out it is recording just fine, but without sound. I had vlc set to output OpenGL, vlc would not play the video, set it back to automatic and it plays it but without sound.

    Any way to capture sound as well as in the link above it shows video but no sound.

    Thanks.
     
  6. Andy_K

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    Downloaded the video from your DB account and opened it with mediainfo.
    As you already stated, there is no sound.

    In the tab "Video Capture" you have to scroll down a bit to go to "Audio capture settings".
    For me works best when in Audio source #1 I select :
    WASAPI playback device => "Speaker" (my normal one) or "Auto select"

    If you want to record microfon as well, set Audio source #2 to
    WASAPI capture device => "Microphone" (the port you use) or "Auto select"
     
  7. ssduser

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    A).
    awesome wasapi in the first place.
    A).1.0
    I am having still a problem with sound still even after following instructions.

    Link to video.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/t3axyxbc61gk2y8/iw3mp_2015_04_10_17_21_30_634.avi?dl=0
     
  8. Andy_K

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    Could you post a screenshot of your audio settings in the tab of video recording?
    My suspect is you have the selected wrong speaker output.

    Maybe you should try one after the other in that drop-down box and test until you succeed.
     
  9. ssduser

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    Sorry for such long delay.


    [​IMG]
     
  10. ssduser

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    Also, not on cod4mw but on call of duty 1, when I enable recording, it crashes my game and I get a loud static noise in my speakers, I have to reboot. I believe it's an appcrash error that I cannot capture.
     

  11. Andy_K

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    You have set 100fps for the recording video!?
    This setting is for the framerate of the video, not the display.
    You should lower it to at least 60fps or even lower.

    The "Framerate limit" is for the display while recording.

    In the audio settings you have activated "Downmix multichannel audio to stereo", the option on the right is set to stereo rip.
    Which means, MSIAB strips off all other channels except front left and front right.
    Please set this one to "stereo mix" and see if this helps.
    I could imagine the ASUS Xonar rearranges the channels in another way somehow and the relevant streams got rip off.
     
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    Ok, msiafterburner records video and sound on call of duty world at war, does not record audio on cod4MW, and it crashes cod1.

    I have no other games to test on.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Remove the downmix checkmark
    Record with WAVE !! (not speakers!!!!)

    If its not there look at system control - sound and activate WAVE.
     
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    Why are you capturing the same audio into two different audio streams?
     
  15. Andy_K

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    Why? This should not have any impact on his problem.

    Wave? Where?
    With what soundard? Is it a ASUS Xonar special thingy?
     
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    who knows. but its just unnecessary. Just record games in stereo - downmixed multichannel sounds bad anyway...

    Should have every soundcard, except onboardsound xD
     
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    where is wave?
     

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