Better audio on my computer video?

denno

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Oct 8, 2016
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Greetings

I've (so belatedly!) started recording some of my band's performances on my Dell Inspiron 15 laptop.
Now wondering how to improve the audio. Like, can I run a better mic in to go with the vid during recording?
Or a line from the p.a. board?

I'd like to get cannier and better at the whole process; get a "studio" program into the computer. But one step at a time.

Here are links to the two attempts so far. Note that one is running @ 7 frames a second. Got no idea why or where the settings might be.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ebb4lj5Iuc8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOAnhxgjneQ

This is using a function under "camera" in the apps list.

Can you perhaps direct me to the right place to ask for help with this stuff?

Thanks,
denno
 

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