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I found this post whose answer explains what to do in order to record the screen using QuickTime player with sound (both from the micro and the computer). I followed the steps there, and although I successfully managed to install Soundflower and to add a Multi-Outputp device, the screen recording produced by QuickTime player has no sound. Is there a way to check whether the Soundflower works properly? I'm connected to an Apple display as well, so does this pose an issue?

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    You normally have to go into System Preferences > Sound and ensure you select Soundflower (2 channel) in your audio output. – unknowndomain Feb 28 '18 at 16:55
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    That doesn't work. In fact, in the mentioned post they say I have to have the output as the multi-output device – aaragon Feb 28 '18 at 17:00
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    I'm just going based on my own experience of doing just this. I never had to do this multi-output stuff, but my experience of that Audio MIDI Setup application is that it generally doesn't work very well. – unknowndomain Feb 28 '18 at 17:02

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