nice, was going to join today, but got finished with DCS at 4, so was tired. lol
btw, new fraps version records your voice, how I did my tutorial video, in settings.
Thanks, yeah I've had problems in the past with Arma2 capturing my audio with FRAPS since it records the game audio plus *one* other audio device with a push-to-talk key, and with Arma2 I usually use two separate voice audio systems, TS which I have FRAPS set to capture and then the Arma2 builtin VOIP which unfortunately you can't tell FRAPS to also capture, either that or I'm too dumb to figure it out.
Dxtory allows you to set up to 8 separate audio recording devices and you don't even need to use a push-to-talk hotkey for them which is why you can hear me chuckling on the video a few times where I wasn't actually transmitting and when you go to edit the video in Sony Vegas the audio devices show up as separate channels, so I could edit out all the coughing I was doing. Another reason I checked out Dxtory is it has a much lesser impact on framerate than FRAPS. I've been a loyal fan and user of FRAPS for years, but lately I noticed most of the people doing BF3 youtube vids and streaming are using Dxtory so I checked it out, it's spendier than FRAPS but so far I am liking it. Anyhow probably way more info on it than you wanted :P just call me an excited user of it
Look forward to you being in on the next IF session and your DCS tutorial videos will probably have me buying it soon.
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