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Help - Can't record audio when playing Rocksmith 2014

Help Fraps Record Audio Windows 7

Best Answer albatross213, 22 September 2015 - 06:17 PM

@DiábolusCaleb - Do you have the in-game Audio Exclusivity on? I forget the exact steps I used to get audio when I record video, but I'm pretty sure I mostly followed this tutorial. It's for Bandicam, but I'm guessing it's pretty easy to translate most of it to Fraps.

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Nothing too fancy is going on right now; it's just that when I try to record Rocksmith 2014, when I look over the footage, the audio track is completely silent. I made sure I've set Fraps to record Windows 7 audio, I launched Fraps before launching Rocksmith, and still nothing. Anyone else having this problem?

 

These are my current Fraps settings.



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@DiábolusCaleb - Do you have the in-game Audio Exclusivity on? I forget the exact steps I used to get audio when I record video, but I'm pretty sure I mostly followed this tutorial. It's for Bandicam, but I'm guessing it's pretty easy to translate most of it to Fraps.


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Moved to Help and Support. I had this problem a while back, Right click your speakers and click 'Playback Devices', right click the speakers you are using and click 'properties', now head over to advanced and make sure the sound quality is at '16 bit, 48000 Hz (DVD Quality)'. Turn off 'Audio Exclusivity' while your at it.


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@albatross213 @Sakata thanks guys, now i'm able to record finally my audio via Open Broadcaster.
It just needs some fine tuning about the fps tho.
Can't seem to reach 60fps while recording to get a nice flow without any disturbances.

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Sounds good DevStereo! By the way, I've been up for 8 hours transcribing Bandscores for Let Me Hear by FALILV. Another 5 hours and I should probably be done since I just finished putting Lead and Rhythm into GP6 (just need bass)


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@Sakata Damn... Full Time Job you've got there !
Let me Hear is such a badass Song. I just saw i have to buy new Strings, running low.
Anyways you've probably put up the Song in the Database.
Gotta chill till work is done... 10 hours to go
Btw thanks for your hard work, i'm gonna enjoy it for sure.

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@DevStereoSounds good and yeah its in the database. Also been shredding with my strings for a year and they have yet to snap, the day will come hahaha

 

By the way, If you or someone can get a hold of the Official Band Scores before I can, then I will be able to complete and tab more songs by FALILV :P 


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@Sakata watch out and be careful... The first time my Strings snapped was horrible. I overtuned them and one of them slapped me in the face (no joke). Almost hit my Eye if i were a little bit closer to my guitar...

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Yeah I've had past experience with strings lashing out >.< I usually stay in lower tunings these days as I don't expect it to occur as much haha


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Thanks everyone for helping out. I can now record audio just fine.

Now there's another problem: delayed audio input.



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@DiábolusCaleb What Recorder do you use ? Do you have delayed Audio Control where you can set the delayed time or force the audio to sync ?

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@DevStereo I use Fraps, and no, it has no delay audio options which I know about.



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Well Fraps is kinda heavy weight. Because you have to compress your video so it won't take much space anymore.
There are some free programs that are much better.
Like Shadowplay, Open Broadcaster, Bandicam etc.
The way around by using Fraps would be, compressing your video and then using some Video Editor to move your Audio to the right place to get the sync going and then render it.

I use Open Broadcaster at the moment for Video recording, you have some options to choose from, whetger you force your audio to sync which i don't use. Instead i first look up how much delayed my audio is off and then put in the seconds delayed.
Till toady i had no problem with audio delays anymore.
But on the other hand i'm still struggling to get 60fps recording going. Which i have not found any solution yet.
But 30fps is kinda okay ish.

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@DiábolusCaleb For me I combine Fraps & Sony Vegas Pro. Record with my phone and Fraps then Sync them all up video and audio wise within Sony Vegas. It would be the best program when you are trying to edit videos via Fraps. It has the option to let you right click a video/audio track and remove them from 'group' so that you can place the auidio/video freely (how i fix my delay when i ever get any)

Here's Elison Cruz (TheRiffRepeater) Recording and making videos for Rocksmith (Skip to 3:30) : 

 

Here's is one of my finshed videos with the use Fraps & Sony Vegas


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@Sakata don't you have any fps drops within fraps while recording ?
Because i had some issues with fraps, not even mentioning the massive uncompressed files...
While i was recording my gameplay with fraps, my fps rate sometimes droped from 60 to like 30 and sometimes even worse to like 15 fps...
I just couldn't record constant 60 fps with fraps, even tho my pc is a beast.
I couldn't figure it out so i deleted fraps and i'm using now OBS tho.
PC Specs:

CPU: Intel Core i7-5820K, 6x 3.30GHz (OC't to 4.00GHz)
GPU: Sapphire Vapor-x Radeon R9 290x, Tri-x, OC, 8GB GDDR5
RAM: G.Skill RipJaws 4x DIMM Kit, 16GB DDR4-2.3GHz
Motherboard: ASRock Fatal1ty X99X Killer
SSD: 2x Kingston HyperX 3K, 240GB, Sata (Raid 0)
HDD: 2x Western Digital Red 4TB (Raid 1)

So as you can imagine there is no way that my pc couldn't handle it. I have no idea why there were any fps drops within the recording at all...
Well either way, it is what it is.