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    Default Problem with audio whilst livestreaming through Youtube or Twitch.

    I've recently been trying to livestream on my youtube channel, and I was successfully able to use DxTory to get a decent quality stream going, but right away I noticed it wasn't recording any audio whatsoever. I went through some Wirecast shit and was able to make it record my microphone, but I could never get it to record in-game/windows sounds. I moved over to Twitch and attempted to stream there and had the same problem with Xsplit. Xsplit supposedly had an option to record windows sounds, which I actually tried to no avail.

    Anyone ever streamed some of there games like Minecraft with DxTory and successfully gotten to record microphone input and windows sounds?
    I've also attempted to use Desktop Presenter but the problem with that is, it records all the audio as I would like it to, but it only records a little rectangular box on the game I'm playing rather than the whole region I'd like it to.
    Any help would be appreciated.

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    does the program/site your using have the option to select an audio source?

    if so you can use manycam or anyother software that has virtual output support, it will let you elect 2 sources and out put it to one source, so sterio mix and your microphone will br broadcasted together

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    You need to use a program that has a corresponding encoder that the livestream service will accept.
    In my case, no, none of the programs allow for more than one audio input. The one audio input I've been using is my microphone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazzababe View Post
    You need to use a program that has a corresponding encoder that the livestream service will accept.
    In my case, no, none of the programs allow for more than one audio input. The one audio input I've been using is my microphone.
    read my post more carefully, there are programs that allow you to combine two audio sources into on source, one of whih is many cam.

    so using manycam or another virtual output program, you can combine 2 sources into one that will show up when you select your source from your streaming software. in the case of man cam it comes up as "manycam virtual microphone"

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony View Post
    read my post more carefully, there are programs that allow you to combine two audio sources into on source, one of whih is many cam.

    so using manycam or another virtual output program, you can combine 2 sources into one that will show up when you select your source from your streaming software. in the case of man cam it comes up as "manycam virtual microphone"
    Misread that as something along "Why don't you try and livestream with this program called Many Cap".
    Thanks, I'll give it a go.

    Edit: Theres no audio input in many cam that corresponds with windows sounds.

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