Banjo Hangout Logo
Banjo Hangout Logo

Premier Sponsors

661
Banjo Lovers Online


 All Forums
 Other Banjo-Related Topics
 Live Sound, Recording and Electronics
 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Webcam audio problems in Win 10


Please note this is an archived topic, so it is locked and unable to be replied to. You may, however, start a new topic and refer to this topic with a link: http://www.banjohangout.org/archive/360746

cantpick - Posted - 01/30/2020:  08:55:05


I bought a Logitech webcam to do some banjo videos. I want to use my good mic via my audio interface instead of the built in webcam mic. I got the Win 10 settings for audio working right when it records a video. But when I play the clip back, the audio only comes out in the left channel. My guess is that there is a bug in the Win 10 camera app, because it does the same thing with a usb Uber mic. I use my interface with Pro Tools and there is no problem during playback.

Any thoughts on how to fix this?

kmwaters - Posted - 01/30/2020:  08:57:49


I would start by talking to Logitech. I suspect an easy fix.

OldNavyGuy - Posted - 01/30/2020:  09:37:22


quote:

Originally posted by nooby

I bought a Logitech webcam to do some banjo videos. I want to use my good mic via my audio interface instead of the built in webcam mic. I got the Win 10 settings for audio working right when it records a video. But when I play the clip back, the audio only comes out in the left channel. My guess is that there is a bug in the Win 10 camera app, because it does the same thing with a usb Uber mic. I use my interface with Pro Tools and there is no problem during playback.



Any thoughts on how to fix this?






Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot



Playing Audio



Recording Audio



Settings > System > Sound > Advanced Sound Options



App volume and device preferences



 



 



 


Edited by - OldNavyGuy on 01/30/2020 09:39:37

cantpick - Posted - 01/30/2020:  10:25:04


I contacted Logitech, and it's not their issue, it does the same thing with a laptop with a built in camera. I've gone into all the sound settings for input and output in Windows 10 and nothing has changed. The interface I'm using shows me exactly what is going on, but doesn't let me route the mono signal into an interleaved stereo signal.

cantpick - Posted - 01/30/2020:  10:41:31


I figgered it out. There is a box to check inside the Win 10 audio settings to turn on Mono audio. That was the key.

Hangout Network Help

View All Topics  |  View Categories

0.046875