How to record game audio with little effort?Views : 8744 Replies : 3 Likes : 0 2013-12-19 01:07 #1
Hi! I’m trying to record the background audio while playing games. So I searched on the Internet and many people suggest using Audacity to record its audio. But to be honest, Audacity is too complicated for me. So I am wondering how to record audio in game with little effort.
CholeParticipant2013-12-19 05:52 #2
It’s true that sometimes you may want to record background music, the chat voice between game players or other sound effects when playing games. In order to help you out this dilemma, you can choose one of the following options to do that.
Free Method-Apowersoft Free Online Audio Recorder
In case that you don’t want to spend a dime on recording game audio, then you can make use of Apowersoft Free Online Audio Recorder. It is a program that greets you with an intuitive interface and a rich variety of features. It supports to record any audio from the computer sound card, microphone or both. So recording game audio and voice is no exception. Better yet, its built-in ID3 tag identifier will help to tag the recordings with title, album, artist and year automatically.
Using this game audio recorder is simple:
- Go to the webpage of this online audio recorder and click “Start Recording”.
- Hit “Run” when a java applet pops up.
- Select the right audio source and configure other settings.
- Click “Record” button to start recording.
- Hit “Off” button when you want to finish recording.
Best Way-Streaming Audio Recorder
Based upon the main function of recording audio played on computer and microphone, Streaming Audio Recorder also features audio editor, audio converter, CD burner, CD ripper, etc. Moreover, it provides you with a wide range of output audio formats which include MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG and AAC.
As for how to record game audio with this program, you can refer to the following steps:
Step One: Install this program to your computer and Run it.
Step two: Make some changes to the configuration of general settings, recording settings and download settings.
Step three: Run the game and whenever you want to save audio that you come across, click “On” to begin the recording.
Step four: Hit “Off” once it’s done.
Note: Remember that in order to record the conversations between you and other players, you need to set “Microphone” as the default audio source. And if you only want to record game sound that can be heard from computer sound card, then you can choose “System Sound”.
Another solution for recording game audio is MP3MyMP3. It enables you to easily record any sound you hear on your PC and export it as MP3 or WAV audio files. Thus it also works fine on recording game sound. Even better, you are allowed to set bitrate and quality settings for your recordings.
Aside from recording audio, it also gives you the ability to rip audio from CD, batch-rename files, create playlists and detect silence which is quite useful when recording cassettes or vinyl records. But it has limited output audio formats.
WayneGuest2014-01-13 02:39 #3
Thx for your detailed guides to record game audio, it really helped me to save the background music I like. And I do want to record the chat between me and other players say, but it didn’t work. Any help?
Aside from recording in-game audio, Streaming Audio Recorder is likewise feasible to record what you speak through microphone. To do that you need to configure settings before recording, just change the default audio source of "System Sound" to "Both System and Microphone" in Record settings.
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