VLC is a feature-packed media player that can do screen record too. But many users found that VLC does not record audio when capturing desktop. The questions arise - can VLC screen record with audio? If so, how to record screen with audio in VLC? This article tries to explain the cause and show you the way to screen record with audio on Windows. Please read on.
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VLC-not-recording-audio is not a recent problem but a long-existing issue that has been there with VLC since a decade ago. It seems that the VLC desktop recorder is made without the audio recording feature in the first place. Many people have reported the bug to the VLC team. But, for certain reasons, the team decided not to fix the problem. And the current bug status is WONTFIX (meaning the bug will never be fixed).
However, there is a solution circulated on the internet to make the VLC record screen with audio. Check the next part to learn more details. In case the solution fails, we provide an alternative way to record desktop with sound in #Part Three.
1. Capture screen with system audio and/or microphone. 2. Record audio only. 3. Advanced game-recording mode. 4. HD quality recording and GPU acceleration.
The idea is to use DirectShow and set video and audio input devices separately to get VLC record desktop with audio. To do this, you need to download a direct show screen capture input filter and set your sound card properly. Then under the DirectShow recording mode, set the Video device name as Screen Capture and the Audio device name as the sound card you just set. Then click Stream.
Next, change the destination to HTTP and URL to “/go.mpg”. After that, select an output profile, and then hit Stream. If nothing goes wrong, the stream should start, and you should be able to watch it within another client VLC. In the meantime, the VLC screen capture with audio is complete.
The method is contributed by ROGERDPACK. For more information about how to use this VLC screen recorder, go to the source http://betterlogic.com/roger/2010/07/how-to-use-vlc-as-a-free-open-source-alternative-to-playon-tv/.
If you still can’t make VLC capture screen with audio, you may try a different screen recorder. For Windows users, HD Video Converter Factory Pro is a good choice. It features a handy screen recorder that lets you record screen with audio in HD quality. You can use it to record full screen or only part of the screen. You can also record video from website. After the recording, you are allowed to edit the file with its built-in video editor, such as cropping the screen recording.
Launch HD Video Converter Factory Pro and open the Recorder.
In the Screen Recorder, choose the Custom mode (first from the left) and select a particular area to record. Or you can pick the second Full Screen to capture the whole desktop. Next, choose the recoding format, quality, frame rate, and GPU acceleration from the settings below or leave them as default.
Now, check the Desktop option to make sure the system sound will be recorded. You can also tick off Microphone to record external audio together with the screen.
When you think it’s ready, click REC to start the recording (There is a 5-second countdown before the recording starts). After the recording, click Stop or press Ctrl + F1 to stop the recording. The recorded video will show up in the output folder you set.
Making VLC screen recording with audio is hard. If you found the VLC solution not working, you’d better try the alternative screen recorder. Anyway, I hope you have solved your screen recording issue, and that’s all for now. Thanks for reading.
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1. Convert video/audio to 500+ formats and presets;
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