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You can do this like so: Install Soundflower (from https://rogueamoeba.com/freebies/soundflower/) Option-click the volume icon and change both the input and the output device to "Soundflower (2ch)" Start the Soundflowerbed application that comes with Soundflower, then click its icon in the top right (of a flower) and choose "Built-in Output" from the list ...


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This question over on StackExchange lead me to Apple's iOS Developer Guide, specifically, the background section. This lists the activities apps are aloud to run in the background, camera access is not one of them. This would also be a terrible condition for battery life and so it is not surprising that it is not supported. While this doesn't guarantee ...


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I'd approach the problem from the opposite end... Get the YouTube audio track into Audacity first. You can use iTunes to extract audio from video In prefs > General, click Import Settings... & change 'Import Using' to WAV [remember to set it back to your preferred audio format afterwards] Drag your video into iTunes, then go to the Movies tab ...


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Any line-level input should work with the 15-inch Mid 2012 MacBook Pro (the MBPr is slightly different.) Simply insert it into the audio in port on your MacBook Pro using a 3.5mm jack. Line level simply refers to relatively amplified analog signal. Not all microphones provide this: if necessary, you may need to use an amplifier. I'm not sure why the ...


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I'm adding an answer here for the sake of completion, even though the comments above helped me in actuality. Soundflower is a virtual audio device for OS X that can pass audio from applications to other applications. It does this by routing your audio output as an audio input to the system. Step 1 After installation, a new device will be available in ...


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Check out SoundFlower https://rogueamoeba.com/freebies/soundflower/ This virtual / software sound device allows sound to be passed from one application to another (so it of course includes virtual output and input devices). You could achieve your goal by setting the input to soundflower, but making sure nothing it outputting to soundflower... this means ...


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To corroborate, my BT speaker-with-mic (a FuGoo) and BT-capable car (a 2012 Mazda) will will route microphone input and speaker output to Siri, but only if she's summoned by button press (long press of the play/pause button on the speaker, long-press of the iPhone's home button in the car). Neither will work with "Hey Siri". I suspect that one obstacle is ...


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After just testing your idea out with my B&O H7 Headphones (that have a mic built in for calls) I can say that Hey Siri didn't work for me unless I was right next to my phone (which means the device's microphone picked it up) Siri's voice didn't even get routed out to the headphones and I've checked and the headphones are the current audio output device. ...


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I think the answer is yes, it can. But it is unlikely to happen. To take an image you can use the class UIImagePickerController, which inherits from UINavigationController and UIViewController. On top of that view you can put another view by accessing the property cameraOverlayView. But there is another option, the AVFoundation, that does not require any ...


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It sounds like you have three sources - two mics and the computer which is also doing the recording. What you need is a mixer like the PreSonus 4x4 (I don't know of a 3 channel mixer). This will give you control over the sound levels and profile of each source as well as a way to record them all on your computer. I personally have used these in ...


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Take a video of anything (yourself, your pets, traffic, etc.) and while recording, say something. Replay the video. If you hear the sound you are supposed to, it works. This has the benefits of testing both at the same time and ruling out hardware issues should you run into difficulties during the webinar.


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I have just done this - for skype recording and it works: My settings are almost identical to yours except: - in skype I have the microphone as my mic - not as the aggregate device. I have also added my headphones (!) as part of the multi output device. ie headphones + built in + soundflower (2 chan) I can now record the entire skype video + audio + the ...


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After closely looking on microphone input on the left side of my MacBook Air, I have found that the little holes are blocked with dust or something like that. So I took the needle and removed the dust from microphone holes, and it's now working well! Note: I know this would seem like obvious solution, but the holes are so little you cannot see anything in ...


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Just setup two windows in QuickTime: one for iPhone video and audio, and the other for Mac audio and press record on both windows. If the Mac audio isn't synchronized perfectly with the iPhone audio and visual, then you can just use iMovie or Final Cut Pro X, if you have it, to edit them. Make sure that "New Audio Recording", for your Mac's internal ...


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Yes, you will be able to use your internal mic and headphones. A useful shortcut is option click on the speaker icon on the menu bar.


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This happened to me the other day. After checking all the obvious settings etc. It actually seemed as if there were either no drivers or the actual hardware had been removed, like the OS didn't acknowledge its presence at all. I spent ages trying to work it out and what got it working again was just plugging something into the 3.5mm TRRS audio input/output ...


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That TRRS socket actually has of odd configuration of 4 pins so that you can use the genuine Apple headphone/microphone all-in-one 4-pin combo that comes with iPods & iPhones etc. Generally they look like this: Here is your microphone, right? The Sennheiser ME3. Notice there is a locking ring on that plug? Also, notice how there are two little black ...


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MacOS itself doesn't have auto-adjust option for mic, so there applications which are doing this. You need to check, which applications, which potentially are working with camera/mic have this auto-adjust option and to turn it off. I found that it's some glitch in Skype, which appears from time to time. To disable automatic gain control for mic in Skype you ...


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I figured it out! I called Mac support and they had me start my computer while pressing Cmd + Opt + P + R and it resets some things that fixes the problem. Hope this works for everyone like it did for me!


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Use any stereo 3.5mm to 3.5mm plug. Out that in your computer and the plug in the headphones to the adapter. The stereo adapter will not see the mic, so the computer will not see the mic. You can get these 6 inches (15cm) long or so, maybe even shorter. If you want just an adapter without a cord, get a stereo splitter. Search for “headphone splitter” and ...


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Having looked around a long time for answer to this question, I finally sorted mine out today. I have an iMac 27 inch (2013) running Windows 7 64-bit, through Boot Camp. I have put up with using a headset microphone for a long as I can remember. My solution today turned out to be stupidly simple. Go to Control Panel, Sound. Open the "Recording" tab. If you'...



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