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al christie
post Nov 30 2008, 05:39 PM
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Hi, I am an instructor who has had a very unlucky year with Health and Relationship problems.
Now I have another problem, when I record with my Camcorder, it doesn't record the audio any more.
I have tried to plug in a microphone into my sound card, but my video software doesn't let me record video and audio at the same time.
Can anyone give me advice on how I can keep recording with my camera and record audio at the same time straight on to my computer?

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AL

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post Nov 30 2008, 05:58 PM
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You could get a pickup for your classical guitar, just like Vinod Saranga. Ask him for further information. This could allow you to record video and audio separately, if I´m not mistaken,
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Andrew Cockburn
post Nov 30 2008, 08:28 PM
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Hi Al,

Most of us record video and sound separately yet at the same time with 2 different programs - I use Vegas for video and Reaper for audio. It's pretty easy to sync them up again in vegas after the recording is finished.


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