Relive video recording is wonderful,But I have seriously issue on audio part.
The audio is very stranger, sounds like a very slow audio.
Also, It seems have no option to record Audio directly from Speaker/Sound card, but only can record sounds from Microphone.
Although I can enable "What you Hear" in my sound card's settings. But even use "What you Hear" option, same issue.
1.Is this a bug on audio recording part?
2.Is there any way that can record audio directly from sound card?(for more better quality,lossless )
If I back to use OBS Studio, all is fine, but I still wish to use this new feature.
GPU: Powercolor RX460 2G
OS: Windows 10 64bit 1670
Driver: Crimson ReLive 16.12.1
Display: Benq GL2450 1920x1080@60Hz DVI
Sound card: Creative SB Audigy 2 ZS
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I have a similar problem, only I cant hear my own voice in the audio. Tried changing the default device to microphone and still the same issue, although my friend's voice is getting recorded.
I too have this issue, the video recording works fine, really well in-fact. The issue is the audio, and it doesn't matter if I'm streaming or recording, the same issue is there.
What's happening is it seems like the audio is slowed WAAAY down, like it's in slow motion, and I mean game audio, because the audio it's recording of my microphone is fine. HERE is a clip of the issue.
This is with a FuryX, 4930K on Windows 10 Pro N.
Same "slowed/delayed" audio issue here with Asus 280X; driver 16.12.1 (16.50.2001-161204a-309270C) on Windows 10 Home 64bit (build 1607).
The audio is always delayed, whenever I'm recording the desktop (YouTube video for example) or some game.
No Audio! Just no audio stream at all in the recorded video!
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Looks like Relive already default record sound directly from sound card speaker.
If I set sound frequency to 96000 Hz in windows sound setting(speaker) , I have slow audio issue.
Set back to 48000 Hz fix my issue.
But I can use 96000 Hz without issue on OBS studio recording , so maybe this is a bug or something.
Sorry for the typo early, it is 48000 not 48.
I miss the K unit which is KHz not Hz.