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  • Robert R.
    Hi Alain;
    There are many factors that come into play when recording, but first and foremost you'll want to make sure you're in an environment that gives you some privacy for your recording (a side office, conference room, studio, etc.). If you're not able to do that then you'll want to make sure you're using a microphone more suited to loud environments; I for one see very good results by using a quality headset that has a very nice built-in microphone (I am personally a big fan of Kingston HyperX and Steelseries headsets since they don't break the bank and provide excellent audio quality, both in recording and playback) or to use a shotgun microphone (Rode's NTG2 microphone is spectacular), either of which should provide a good quality recording in a noisy room. If you're computer is running an nVidia RTX video card then you might want to consider using nVidia RTX Voice in addition to your microphone, though again, that only depends on if you have a nVidia RTX video card (there are some workarounds to get RTX Voice to run/work on older generations of nVidia video cards, though I don't recommend them as they are unsupported and not something that nVidia actively tests).
    -Robert
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  • Paul Middlin
    I think perhaps Alain is trying to record a video from his screen that is playing. IN this case, turn off the microphone capture, and turn on the system audio capture.
    Do not, however, record videos that are copyrighted material, especially if you plan to share this recording.
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