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    I have Replay Capture Suite, and I would like to know how to:

    1. Record sounds that are played with Windows Media Player, e.g. playing sound effects with Windows Media Player and capturing them with a Replay product the way I hear them on my PC speakers
    2. Record mixed music played with WMP and whatever comes from the microphone

    Thanks,
    Don

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    There is probably more than one way to do this. I would use Replay A/V because that is the one I am most familiar with. Create a new show and go to the Recording tab. Select Capture by Recording Audio Output. That will record everything that is played through the speakers. Start the show recording in Replay A/V and then start up any audio-producing program you like. Stop the recording in Replay A/V when you are done and it will save the recording on your computer.

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    Thanks Craig

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