VirtualDek 2.0 Screenshots and Explanations (designed for 1024x768 screen resolution, optimum)

The Windows Mixer Record Panel

Detailed Description of Each Flashing Number:

Adjusts the Recording Level of the Channel. In this case it is the Microphone level as you most probably want to use a live Microphone with VirtualDek 2.0
Check here to Select the Microphone so that the signal is ROUTED to go through VirtualDek 2.0. If this is not selected, you will not hear the Microphone through VirtualDek 2.0. You may wish to ROUTE other audio sources through VirtualDek 2.0, for example, the Line-In signal from from SoundCard (which may be connected to your HiFi or some other External Audio Equipment) in which case you would select LINE-IN (not shown on this Mixer panel but you can choose which channels you want to include when viewing the Mixer by going to Options->Properties->Recordings and then Selecting ALL of the channels)
Click here to view or change any Advanced Options relating to your Microphones input through the Windows Recording Mixer. This is usually a 20dB Boost which is always recommended if using a Low Impedance Microphone such as a high quality Shure Prolugue etc... You can connect a proffesional quality Microphone to your PC by using either an XLR to 3.5mm Jack Converter, or a 6.0mm to 3.5mm Jack Converter. Jack Converters are simply a Female input to a Male Output converter lead so that Devices can be plugged into your Computer Sound Card's Line-In socket (either rear or side or your Computer, this socket is a standard 3.5mm headphone type socket)


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