Re: [podcasters] I reach out to you, my fellow podcasters...
- Apologies, I was simply answering the question you asked. I did find
the option I used to use via the method you pointed me to, but I ended
up preferring the audio quality of Power Gramo, suggested by someone
earlier in the thread. Thanks for the help Richard.
On Dec 21, 2007 8:35 PM, Richard Amirault <ramirault@...> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Geek -"
> > the echo is a problem on all versions of Windows I have ever used,
> > which is why I often used software like Ventrillo for my
> > interviews/conversations to recording
> Ok .. but did you read my suggestion below? It may not help for this
> problem, but it seems to be a "hidden" feature of Vista.
> >> > Second, with my USB mic and Dell crappy sound card, I can
> >> > find no way to record what I hear, even if I wanted to try.
> >> This I think I can help you with. Vista, by default it seems, does not
> >> have
> >> the sound card as a recording device .. or so it seems .. BUT .. it *is*
> >> there. Open up the box for recording devices (sorry, I'm not at my Visat
> >> computer and this is from memory) and RIGHT CLICK on the central part of
> >> the
> >> box. Select "view all devices" (or something similar) then choose the
> >> sound
> >> card .. then . make the sound card the default device .. it should work
> >> then.
> Richard Amirault
> Boston, MA, USA
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