Live com?

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Awsome_King's picture
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How to I do a live commentary over Fallout 3 and New Vegas, But All I have is fraps and a nexxtech mic, what settings do I need?

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Download Audacity to record your voice, and get a video editing program, sucha s Sony Vegasor Adobe, to add your voice audio to the settings.

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What i do is i record my voice at the same time as the gameplay. And then Sync it  up.

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So if I just plugged in the headset and started talking while playing, would it record it? (FAllout series)

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If you had Audacity and you hit record on Audacity and then you start to record your gameplay           with fraps it should work 

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I'd recommend that you do something distingushable-such as clapping, counting down, etc.- to sync up the video and audio. 

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I have audacity, so but you cant really minimize fallout 3 by pressing the windows key, or do I just open audacity then open fallout? and how would I fix the volume levels? Like what would the game volume be?

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i don't recommend this for obvious reasons, but fraps has an option to record from a microphone while recording the game. If your mic isn't configured right, though, it will be a different volume level than what you want.

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Right click your audio icon in the task bar and select "Recording Devices."

Find your microphone and double click.

Go to the "Listen" tab and check "Listen to this device."

You will be able to hear yourself when you play, but Fraps will pick up your audio better than it's own audio recording and you won't have to use an extra program.