I need to double post because this is also something linked with Cubase.
How to set up Cubase so I can do a screenrecording inside Cubase, for tutorials, recording my voice with a simple microphone and the screen via Camtasia Recorder.
I have a laptop (Win7) with only onboard soundcard and the ASIO4ALl driver.
There are ways like this but wont do it on my pc
thankx god, I have a bit logic left in my head and the theroy is really like this.
Windows needs ONE driver for the audio (which is needed to set to Camtasia to record audio)
Camtasia cannot be set to record ASIO nor ASIO cannot be set to record Camtasia
Cubase, with ASIO, needs one driver, which is ASIO only
If you use a pc with a headset thats is connected with 3.5mm to an onboard soundcard, there i no way to make this working. The cheapest solution to make this working is buying an USB headset with an extra audio driver, so you can set the Camtasia to record this and this works with asio4all, as shown in the first post.
Sure thing, if you are on Homestation, then a good soundcard with a good driver ist best.
I would go for RME which comes with the TotalMix app and Alex Pfeffer made a tutorial on how to set this.
or, if the soudcard does not have the software mix control, the hardware loopback with a cable will do the job.
Which means, you need to connect the monitor outs (booth, left and right) and loop it back to one input of your soundcard. This can be recorded by camtasia then.