Introduction · Advanced user tips Audio Sound Recording (Computer sound, Microphone)

With Bandicam, you can record any sound on your computer.

Audio Sound Recording in Windows Vista/7/8/10

To record "computer sound" and "your voice" in Windows Vista/7/8/10, choose "Default Sound Device" and "Microphone".
Audio Sound Settings for Windows Vista/7/8/10

1. How to record "computer sound" in Windows Vista/7/8/10 (WASAPI)

To record "computer sound", choose "Default Sound Device" in Primary Sound Device.
If there is no sound for the captured video in Windows Vista/7/8/10, you have to enable "Speakers" in Sound settings. » See more

2. How to record "your voice" in Windows Vista/7/8/10

To record your voice in Windows Vista/7/8/10, you have to enable "Microphone" in the Sound settings window. » See more

3. How to record "computer sound" and "your voice" at the same time in Windows Vista/7/8/10

To record "computer sound" and "your voice" at the same time in Windows Vista/7/8/10, choose "Default Sound Device" and "Microphone", and then check the "Two Sound Mixing" option. » See more



Audio Sound Recording in Windows XP

To record "computer sound" and "your voice" in Windows XP, enable "Stereo Mix" and "Microphone"
Audio Sound Settings for Windows XP

1. How to record "computer sound" in Windows XP (Stereo Mix)

If there is no sound for the captured video in Windows XP, you have to enable "Stereo Mix" in Volume Control. » See more

2. How to record "your voice" in Windows XP

To record your voice in Windows XP, you have to enable "Microphone" in Volume Control. » See more

3. How to record "computer sound" and "your voice" at the same time in Windows XP

To record "computer sound" and "your voice" at the same time in Windows XP, use "Secondary Sound device" and check the "Two Sound Mixing" option. » See more

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