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Greg Burke
Black Magic Intensoty pro Capture and Voice Recording?
on Mar 26, 2012 at 1:38:56 am

Hey all,I have A Black Magic Intensity pro card that Im capturing Video Game Footage through via Composite cable, and Edit it in final cut. What Im trying to figure out(via google and other sources) is how to record my VOICE audio at the same time....though the HeadSet connected through the xbox. Does anyone know how I can do this? the only way I can think of is setup a second mic on the table and running Garage Band or another type of sound recording program while Im recording the Video game footage. However this proves a challenge due to the fact I have to sync it up in Final Cut by Memory and and cant move around due to the mic being on the table and not on a headset, There just has to be a way to record everything at once easily. Thoughts?

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Jerry Hofmann
Re: Black Magic Intensoty pro Capture and Voice Recording?
on Mar 27, 2012 at 6:23:02 pm

You could do it at the same time, but why not use the VO tool in FCP after you've captured the footage, and watch it during the VO sesison... a loop as it were.

That said, seems to me you should be able to send a mic to a mixer then on to the input of the card directly... attachine only the video from the game machine, and mixing it's audio if need be with the mixer.

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