Last Update: Feb 23, 2008
The screen recording software - ACA Screen Recorder supports for recording video and audio both.
Most of the time, we want to record audio from internet radio or other media player, such as RealOne Player, QuickTime Player or Windows Media Player, etc..
The Connector ComboBox on ACA Screen Recorder shows a list of physical and logical connectors on the sound card if you are using Windows 2000, XP, 2003.
Because Windows Vista use the CoreAPI technology to manage the audio devices, the Device ComboBox on ACA Screen Recorder shows a list of physical and logical devices on the sound card.
This list is provided by the OS and audio driver. Most of the time, you should only care about the following options(Note, different audio driver may give different names):
Note: different audio driver may give different names of devices or connector. If you're unsure, you can easily test the options available to determine the correct setting.
For example, the Intel(r) Integrated Audio shows Mono Mix and Stereo Mix , as it is shown in following figure, this screenshot is captured from the desktop of Dell Latitude laptop, Windows XP:
But the SoundMAX Digital Audio shows Mono Out and Wave Out Mix, as it is shown in following figure, this screenshot is captured from the desktop of IBM T42 laptop, Windows XP: