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Optimize Windows 7 for Video Recording and Streaming

Here is an article I wrote recently. If you have any suggestions for additions or improvements to the article, I'd love to hear about them, and I'll add them to the article!

http://screencasttutorial.org/56/optimize-windows-7-for-video-recording-and-streaming-734

Comments

  • Hi

    I get a buzzing sound when recording. Anyone know who to stop it.
    Larry
  • Likely noise from your motherboard is leaking into your integrated audio card. I bought a Focusrite 2i2 USB audio interface for $150 at Sweetwater Sound to eliminate that problem. http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Scarlett2i2

    Terry
  • This might sound odd but you might try plugging your PC/Laptop directly in to the mains outlet and not share it on one of those multi-socket units.

    This was the first solution offered at my local tech-store and I know that multi-sockets cause issues for video when doing astro-photography.
  • That is curious... what kinds of problems?
    I've been in audio for 50 years and never encountered an issue that was due to using power strips. Now, an open ground - that's another thing! And plugging into different wall sockets will DEFINITELY contribute to ground-loops and hums. Powerstrips, even daisy-chained together, help eliminate that. (Of course, do not exceed the power strip's amperage/wattage ratings.)
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