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Re: can record video but have no sound
Use Riva FLV Encoder to convert the video files to aVI format - make sure the checkbox for audio is enabled. Then, run the newly converted videos through the Easy Rip Software - make sure the Easy Rip software settings have audio enabled.
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This is a very roundabout way of recording from YouTube. There are many free utilities to capture YouTube or other website videos directly in your computer, without using a camera and getting the degradation involved. If you want the clip on your camera, you can just copy it there over the USB connection afterwards (you might need to convert the format).
The video capture software I use will automatically sense video playing in my browser and capture it. It is called Sothink Web Video Downloader, and I got it from www.download.com (free download).
You will need a program that can record what you are listing to. A sound recorder, windows has one built in but will not record long enough to capture a song. Try search for free sound capture or free recording software.
Are you sure it's possible to capture/record youtube using your built-in webcam? I am afraid and no one has ever done it yet. It's possible with software like camstudio, but it's not possible. Just imagine, you webcam is facing towards you and how could you capture the video running on your computer monitor/screen?
There are several softwares but I have never come across a software which can capture both video and audio at the same time. In the same way CamStudio doesn't support both video and audio, it only supports video and we use mic to record the sound or use audio editor software with Stereo Mix to record the sound while the video is playing, later we edit to create the video with it's sound. If you want to download, you can visit CamStudio.org (click here to visit), it's a freeware.
I hope your webcam has no problem with yahoo messenger or skype etc.. if you have please let me mentioning the problem and make sure it's detected in the My Computer or in the Device Manager.
No, it's not possible, but you can capture using an application called camstudio http://camstudio.org/ but only the video not the sound, it's better to download than capturing the media, i haven't come across any application which can be used to capture video as well as sound. Anyway try with the camstudio. Good Luck..
Take Windows 7 OS as an example, here I'll show you how to record music from YouTube with sound Recorder program.
Open Sound Recorder by clicking the Start button. In the search box, type Sound Recorder, and then, in the list of results, click Sound Recorder.
Play the music or radio you want to capture, and click start recording.
To stop recording audio, click Stop Recording.
Note: Make sure you have audio input devices like Microphone.
This method is absolutely free but you have to play with speaker and use microphone, and it's very difficult to control the quality of the audio you capture.
Ok so what your going to want to do is on your desktop there should be an icon (if you installed software) click it and you will get a screen with what ever your pointing the webcam at (make sure you pluged it in) and at the top you will see three circles one has a camera in it click that and you will be recording it will save to your computer video folder. and if you wanna put it on youtube you would have to create a youtube acount fill out the video info once you hit the upload button and hit quick capture and you'll be on your way. For windows movie maker go file capture video fill out that info and your good to go hope this helped andywarhaul
I took the cam apart, removed the mic from its seat and gently separated the red and black wires - ran the red one over top the lens and the black one underneath. Replaced the mic, screwed it all back together and the problem is gone. For now. One tip is to record sound using Windows Sound Recorder while you're doing this, watch the input line and when it goes flat you know the buzz is gone. While it buzzez, the line will be active.
Attaching Sound Memos to images
replay mode (including single replay, index replay and magnifying
replay) you can attach sound memos (up to 60 seconds) to an image. The
sound data is saved in WAVE format.
1. Select [ (Sound Memo)] in the [ (Replay)] menu.
2. Select the image to which you wish to add a sound memo using the or button, then press the <SET> button.
The A/V panel appears.
3. Select [ (Record)] using the or button, then press the <SET> button.
The recording starts and the elapsed time is displayed. Speak towards the microphone of the camera.
To stop recording, press the <SET> button. To restart recording press the <SET> button again.
You can add as many sound memos as you like until their total time reaches 60 seconds.