Audio echoing from headsetViews : 2401 Replies : 6 Likes : 0 2014-04-05 17:10 #1
Hey! Whenever I start your program to record anything, anything my mic picks up during or before recording is echoed to my headphones, which is EXTREMELY distracting when trying to make tutorials and such. Is there any way to stop it from echoing?
And before you ask, the sound is NOT playing out of my speakers, only out of my headphones, so it’s being echoed somewhere internally.
This not only takes effect during the recording, but any time that your program is open. It’s also seems to make a sound play anytime I type a key or click my mouse, which also echoes out through my headphones.
I’ve tried turning down the sensitivity of the mic, but that just makes both my voice in the video, and the echo, quieter. It seems to be echoing any inputs.
KatraGuest2014-04-16 19:06 #2
Not quite sure you understand? I’ve even tried muting the audio, and during recording, there is still a DRASTIC echo. It is clearly internal, and seems to have something to do with the software’s “virtual audio driver” which I’ve since removed, and the echo is now extremely reduced, but still clearly audible.
Note: This means that, even though there is no audio playing through ANY source, and my laptop mic was disabled, meaning the only audio possible was my voice. As stated above, both the internal and headset speakers were muted and disabled, yet it still echoes.
KatraGuest2014-04-17 18:45 #3
It’s worth noting that the sound IS NOT included in the video, but simply anything that happens, whether it be myself speaking, or the computer producing sound, it is echoed, meaning there is always two of the noise played simultaneously.
JessicaParticipant2014-05-30 14:24 #4
Sorry to bring you so much trouble.
Generally speaking, for some objective reasons, audio echoing can not be avoided completely.
You can find solutions from this thread:
SheldonGuest2016-08-24 10:17 #5
Hey, Jessica, I may have found a solution to your problem. (I know it’s a little late for you, but this may help others.)
I was having the same issue and I found that I had multiple virtual audio devices listed for Apowersoft. By right clicking on the little speaker icon in the taskbar and viewing playback and recording devices, I found that there were three microphone devices and three speaker devices for Apowersoft. By disabling all but one of the microphones and speakers, I was able to completely remove the echo.
- Sheldon : *Katra
- 2016-08-24 10:19 Reply