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JoeyO [Avatar]
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I am using Screen recorder 4 to capture both my desktop and my webcam. I am doing a totorial on a software that controls lighting so I need to show the software and the lights that my webcam captures. However the audio is terrible. It's all choppy. I tried both the mic thats built into the Webcam and also another USB Mic I have. Same results. Nothing but choppy audio. Is there anyway to fix this? Thanks
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optodata [Avatar]
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Take a look at the audio settings screen shown in this post. Does it help if you change the Mix slider, or change the mic and input devices?
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Jeff Loves Games [Avatar]
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I too was noticing choppy audio and video when screen capturing playing GeoGuessr (website). This is not intense in any way, my gaming laptop doesn't even kick in high fan mode when playing and recording.
I was recording at 1080p 60 fps. I "thought" jumping to 120 fps may smooth out the video, but no, audio clipped out and just stopped altogether and video clipped out and was showing only images that updated every 10+ seconds. funny. totally lost my recording as it was unusable.

With this data, I changed to 1080p 50 fps, and now recording is flawless.
I'm not sure what is going on.

Thoughts?

My laptop is brand new and pretty good so I'm thinking it may be a settings issue?? If all else fails, try adjusting your fps DOWN. I did not notice any loss in quality.

MSI GE75 Raider Gaming Laptop
Intel Core i7-10750H @ 2.60 GHz
16 GB RAM
GeForce RTX 2070 video card
1 TB HDD and 512 GB SSD
64-bit
Windows 10
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