Recording microphone to separate audio file for game and screen recordings


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Introduction

With Action! you can easily record your microphone into separate audio file while recording game or your PC screen. This can be very useful if you would like to edit your commentary in 3rd party audio editing software.

TIP: This tutorials shows how to record your microphone to separate audio file, but the same way you can setup any audio device to be recoded into separate audio file.

Open Action! Hotkeys Settings

Open Action! Hotkeys Settings and set Record Audio hotkey to the same as Record Video

Mirillis Action! - Hotkeys Settings

Open Action! Audio Recording tab

Open Action! Audio Recording tab and select your microphone from Audio device dropdown.

Select your microphone device

If you would like to record any other device to separate audio file, please select appropriate device fromt the list.

Check Video recording tab settings

Open Video Recording tab settings and make sure that Microphone recording is disabled, so it will not be added to your main video recording audio track.

Mirillis Action! - Microphone recording disabled

Start Video recording

Press a hotkey to start Video and Audio recording.

Video and Audio recordings are in progress...

Press a hotkey again to stop both Video and Audio recordings. Check recordings manager in Video Recording tab and Audio Recording tab for your new recordings.

Please note that by using red start/stop recording button you can stop Audio or Video recording separately.

Mirillis Action! - Start/Stop recording button


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