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3rd Audio Source & Voicemeeter with Time-Shift

Thu May 30, 2019 10:29 am


I have been testing for hours now, and cant seem to get this to work, and I am not sure if it is my settings, or I am missing the point of the 3rd source?

I have gone through the board and configured it as per most screenshots. An example of a config I have pretty much copied like for like is in this thread
viewtopic.php?f=36&t=45232&p=64119&hili ... dio#p64099

I have the game audio as track 1, mic as track 2 and discord as track 3.

The only difference is that I only ever used Action for the TimeShift feature. Once recorded, I put this in either Premier or Final Cut and it only has 2 tracks (mic and game). The third track is never shown.

If I record the game, it appears I get 2 tracks in the video and 1 audio track.

First question : should the 3 tracks work when using TimeShift, or is this solely for recording?
Second question : Does anyone have a more up to date set of screenshots they can post if this should work, as I am probably missing something obvious (or if there is a thread I havent yet read which cover this, if you have a link. I am probably on my 12th hour of trying to get this to work).

Thanks in advance :)

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Re: 3rd Audio Source & Voicemeeter with Time-Shift

Fri May 31, 2019 6:11 am

Time-shift does not create additional audio file. Use audio recording feature to record 3rd audio source but you are going to need to edit it in postproduction.
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