How to capture system or browser audio when recording a video.

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When you record a video with Vidbeyond, the primary source of audio comes from your computer’s built-in microphone (or an external mic that you’re using) so that viewers can hear you speak.

But did you know that you can also capture audio that plays from an internal source on your computer? This could be audio from YouTube, Zoom calls, a music streaming service or other media players.

When recording your screen with Vidbeyond, you can capture internal audio in 1 of 2 ways:

  • audio from a browser tab: any sound that occurs from within a browser tab and plays on your computer’s speakers
  • system (computer) audio: any and all audio originating from applications on your computer, not just a browser tab

Record audio from a browser tab

Step 1: Click “+New”, choose “Record” to open your Vidbeyond recording tool of choice.

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Step 2: Select the “Screen” option, then click “Start recording” to continue the process.

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Step 3: A new window pops up.

  1. Click on “Chrome Tab” (depending on your browser), then select the tab with the audio source you want to record.
  2. Select the “Share tab audio” checkbox.
  3. Select “Share” to begin.
Step 3

Record system (computer) audio

Step 1: Click “+New”, choose “Record” to open your Vidbeyond recording tool of choice.

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Step 2: Select the “Screen” option, then click “Start recording” to continue the process.

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Step 3: A new window pops up. Click on the “Entire Screen” option. Next, click on the screen below to start sharing, then select “Share” to begin.

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