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  1. I am trying to record streaming sound with audition. Win 7 64 bit. no stereo mix. Using virtual audio cable. Seems to record but no sound on file and there are no waves to be seen. Here is media info

    Complete name : C:\Users\sounds\Music\joe.wav
    Format : Wave
    File size : 6.61 MiB
    Duration : 19s 620ms
    Overall bit rate mode : Constant
    Overall bit rate : 2 825 Kbps

    ID : 0
    Format : PCM
    Format profile : Float
    Format settings, Endianness : Float
    Codec ID : 3
    Codec ID/Hint : IEEE
    Duration : 19s 620ms
    Bit rate mode : Constant
    Bit rate : 2 822 Kbps
    Channel(s) : 2 channels
    Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
    Bit depth : 32 bits
    Stream size : 6.60 MiB (100%)
    Thanks for any help
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  2. You've recorded nothing.

    Haven't used VAC but based on this information from CNet it would seem most likely you haven't set it up properly:


    A steep learning curve: Since the software operates in an unusual way from the vast majority of apps, it is vital that a quality tutorial is made available on first launch. Unfortunately, that's not the case; you're left with a documentation that has its most informative section, Usage Examples, buried near the end of it.

    Not all apps are compatible: Due to its mode of operation, which requires that you search for audio input/output options in the settings pane of third-party apps, this software is incompatible with any third-party apps that don't allow custom audio input/output sources to be set.

    Dangerous software upgrades: Be sure to uninstall your current version of the software if you intend to install an updated one. Not doing so will mess up your virtual cables.
    Bottom Line

    Although a powerful piece of software, Virtual Audio Cable lacks intuitiveness. Even its documentation is not structured optimally, as it is there to provide a college course in audio input/output technologies rather than get you up and running in as little time as possible."
    Last edited by smrpix; 17th Dec 2015 at 06:35.
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