Thursday, January 20, 2011

Record Audio Or Video In Windows Xp

There are usually times when you would have wanted to record some music from some movie that you were watching or some music of

But using the microphone to record music from the speakers always result in poor quality due to background noise.

But what if you can record the sound directly from the sound card that gives out the sound output?

Here’s how:

Open the Volume control by right clicking on the volume icon from the taskbar and selecting “Open Volume Control”

  • Go to “Properties”
  • Select “Recording”

And make a check mark on “Mono Mix” or “Stereo Mix” whichever is available and then click on “OK”

Close the Volume Control window.

Now Click on “Start”. Choose “All Programs” and then “Accessories” to choose “Sound Recorder” under “Entertainment”

Now, play the music on youtube or any DVD and Use the Sound Recorder to record the ultra clear sound!!

The same can be used for Windows Vista and Windows 7 except that the Volume control settings differ by a little

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