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Audio Recording ingame audio to a file.

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by akquinnn, Apr 8, 2020.

  1. akquinnn

    akquinnn

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    Hi guys!
    I am doing a university project where i am making a VR music studio, however i need a way for people to record and replay their "performances", However i cant find anything about recording in game audio as a file or a way to replay in game audio. Someone mentioned Audiolistener but im not sure how it works. any help?
     
  2. Yen0529

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  3. leonardfrancomichael

    leonardfrancomichael

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    Hi mate, im doing the same Project for my grade, how are you doing, wich platform do you use? might we can get in touch to share some knowledge. Can you record the audiolistener in a file?
     
  4. Jon_Olive

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    @akquinnn Unless you really need the record to be integrated into the project - it might be much easier to use something like Audacity (www.audacityteam.org) to capture the output.
     
  5. davis1296q

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    I think any audio rrecorder will works
     
  6. Jon_Olive

    Jon_Olive

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    Yes that's true - but the advantage of Audacity is it allows you to directly capture the system output without having to route via jack / vbCable / SoundFlower etc which is a bit of a faff.
     
  7. godnowherede

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    Good one. Thanks for sharing a nice piece of info.
     
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2020
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