01-03-2015, 03:19 PM
Join Date: Sep 2008
OS: Vista SP1
How does one record with RealTek HD Audio Manager?
I found these instructions elsewhere on the web:(I tried to BOLD my responses, but it didn't work)
Plug a microphone into your computer's audio input or microphone jack. Did this.
Right-click on the Realtek HD Audio Manager icon in the system tray. Select "Sound Manager." When I right-click the icon, there is no 'Sound Manager',
just the 'Realtek HD Audio Manager box with 'Speaker Configuration', 'Sound Effects', 'Room Correction', and 'Default Format'. Along the top, there's 'Speakers', 'Line-in', and 'Stereo Mix' boxes.
Click "Microphone." Adjust the "Recording Volume" slider as you wish.
There's no 'Microphone' to click.
Click "Noise Suppression" to cancel out background noise. Click "Acoustic Echo Cancellation" to prevent whatever you're recording from playing back through your speakers and being picked up by a microphone. These two settings are optional.
Select the "Default Format" tab. Select a sample rate and bit rate from the drop-down menu.
Click "OK" to close the audio manager.
Right-click on the Realtek HD Audio Manager icon again. Select "Sound Recorder."
Press the "Start Recording" button to start recording. Press "Stop Recording" to stop or pause. A pop-up window will ask where you want to save the recording. Navigate to an appropriate folder on your hard drive, then press "Save" if you're finished recording. Otherwise, click "Cancel." Press "Resume Recording" when you want to start recording again.