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Instructions read: If you are trying to record sound from streaming video on your computer, you would need to use a stereo mix option (if your sound card supports this). In most cases, you can connect a male to male 3.5mm stereo cable from the speaker output on the computer to the Line In port. This will cause the audio to go out through the speaker port, then back in through the line in where it will be recorded. I am on a laptop (Win 10, realtek high def) and there is only one male port (line out, I'm guessing). How can I make this work so I can record audio at the same time as video? I might add that I tried using a bluetooth speaker (Jawbone speaker, not earbuds), connecting the male port from that to my line out, but I don't think that was at all what I need. Help!
I have around 3 years using Broadwave Audio Server, and the truth works wonders, the only thing I have noticed is that when I'm reaching the amount of 20 listeners the audio starts to stop, I understand that with a decent connection you can reach up to 500 simultaneous listeners, I would like to know that I must have bandwich for not dealing with difficulties in the transmission? Currently, my connection has a speed of 11 MB download and an upload speed of 1.1 MB
I am trying to decide weather to purchase this broadwave software. I have been using the trial version of the program and I was given a URL to listen to the stream of live audio. I am not sure exactly what happens upon purchasing of the software. I have used shoutcast streams before and had to pay a weekly or monthly rate for the URL to be able to stream. Is that not the case with broadwave. Do I just continue to use the provided URL to stream once I pay that one time purchase fee? Do I never have to find a shoutcast again? Please help.Trying to decide as soon as possible.
Saludos amigos del foro: Quisiera compartir mi pantalla y audio con mis alumnos, y encontré esta aplicación que parece ser la idónea. El detalle es que no logro hacer que funcione con otras redes, solo en mi red local. Creo que se trata de configuración del modem (ZyXEL Prestige 660HW-61), he intentado algunas cosas pero no logro solucionarlo. Estoy conectado via wifi. Tengo win7 y el programa solo funciona con 2000, XP y Vista, así que lo corro con compatibilidad XP sp3. Me sale esta pantalla. http://i1178.photobu.../a...amOuch.png He activado el UPnP (Enable the Universal Plug and Play(UPnP) Service) El NAT está en SUA Only (Pero no he editado su configuración) Por lo que estuve leyendo, creo que allí está el problema, eso es lo que cambian los que usan XBOX para conectarse a la red. Ojalá puedan ayudarme. Saludos desde Ayacucho - Perú