When doing an interview or a voice-over on a computer, you need to ensure both the computer audio and your voice are captured. And for that, you need a screen recorder that records audio from computer and mic. In the following, I will provide such a screen capture program, and you can learn how to record mic and system audio simultaneously. Just read and follow.
WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro makes an excellent program for recording computer screen, computer sound, and microphone audio. Here, it can be used to record speakers and microphone at same time. The recording will be easy and of high quality with the software. After the recording, you can use the built-in editing tools to cut, join, and convert the recordings.
Open HD Video Converter on your Windows desktop and enter the “Recorder” module. Select the “Audio-only” mode (first from the right) if you want to record just the audio. You can also choose the other recording mode to record video and audio simultaneously.
In the recording settings below (click the down arrow at the bottom-right corner if it is hidden), choose a recording format first. You can choose to record audio in MP3, AC3, AAC, or the lossless WAV. If you have chosen another recording mode, you can also modify the recording quality, frame rate, and GPU acceleration.
Now, check the boxes before the two audio options to make sure that both the Desktop audio and Microphone will be recorded. If there is more than one source from the option drop-down list, select the source that you use currently or there won’t be audio recorded. At the bottom of the recorder, you can set an output folder for the recordings.
When everything is ready, hit the “REC” button to begin the recording. The recording tray will minimize to the top. After the recording, click the “Stop” button or use the hotkeys “Ctrl + F1” to stop the recording. The recorded file will show up in the output folder you’ve set.
Recording PC sound and microphone at the same time can be tough sometimes. But with the screen and audio recorder provided, it should be a breeze now.
That’s pretty much everything I want to share about how to record mic and system audio simultaneously. I hope this article could help you. Thanks for reading till the end. Have a nice day!