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Can I record my microphone and system audio separately?
If you're editing your game footage for uploading to YouTube or for sharing to social media, it may come in handy to enable Gamecaster's Multi-track Audio feature so you don't have to throw out a perfectly good game recording if you made mistakes in your voiceover or commentary. Enabling the option is as easy as going to Settings > Recording > Custom, then toggling the option to enable it. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/e232ab20d8815000/19aef37a-4240-431c-bed7-543e8c
How do I change my Recording directory?
Updating where your Recordings are saved is simple! Just... Open up Settings (the cog wheel bottom right in Studio, or access it from the user menu top right). Click on Recording. Press the Change button and select your new preferred directory. Any new recordings you make will be saved there.
I do not hear my microphone or sound in my Recording file
By default, Gamecaster enables something called "multi-track audio." If you are using a media player that does not support this, or if it defaults to just one track, it will seem as if either your microphone or system audio is missing. We typically recommend a program like VLC for playback. What is multi-track audio? With multi-track enabled, each of your different audio channels (your microphone, your system sound, etc.) will be put onto separate trac