blue_eagle wrote:Thank you for your realistic air combat movie.
I have question about FRAPS.
I tried to make a short time movie of air combat. but, the sound of movie is too low.
Do you help me?
sorry for the delay, for me it's all work days no fun. I'm no such a techie with these but I dare to copy-paste this part from FRAPS site:
How can I adjust the volume of the sound that is recorded?
You must configure the volume through the "Sounds and Audio Devices" item in the Control Panel. Use the following steps:
Click on the Control Panel and select Sounds And Audio.
Click on the Audio tab.
Find the Sound Recording device and click Volume.
Adjust the volume for the Input that Fraps is recording from. This is usually named "What U Hear", "Record Master", or "Stereo Mixer".
If you can't see the correct Input on screen you may need to enable it by clicking on Properties in the menu and ensuring all Inputs have a check beside their name.
What comes to synched audio with video, you may have noted that in my videos there is no such thing, what I mean is that I have captured just sound from one video clip in my studio program and the added it randomly/nicely(?) over other part in final video.
Also, if this does not help, I'm sure the BoBII video makers are here as well to answer. Ladies,Gents?
Blue_Eagle, also when you get it working, promise to share the final video with us?