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OBS replay audio issue



Bertie Smalls

ClioSport Club Member
  A4 S Line & Impreza
When using OBS to record gameplay, the video and audio is perfect.

However, when I use the replay buffer feature to record the last minute or so of gameplay, the mic audio goes almost robotic and there's no game audio whatsoever. Just my mic and team mate's mic audio.

I've looked at old replay clips and everything is perfect, which is weird as I haven't changed anything. Does anyone have any ideas? I haven't tried reinstalling it/resetting to default as it was a ballache adjusting all the settings. I'll probably have to try doing this but I'm hoping someone else has had a similar issue.

My audio settings are below;

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hopgop1

ClioSport Club Member
What are you watching them back on? I'm sure I had something similar and it turned out to be fucky on the Windows built in video software (whatever they call it now) and then fine on another. VLC worked if I remember right? Also was fine in video editing software.
This was a few years ago mind, switched to shadowplay which works better for me personally. Hopefully gives you something to try.
 

Bertie Smalls

ClioSport Club Member
  A4 S Line & Impreza
What are you watching them back on? I'm sure I had something similar and it turned out to be fucky on the Windows built in video software (whatever they call it now) and then fine on another. VLC worked if I remember right? Also was fine in video editing software.
This was a few years ago mind, switched to shadowplay which works better for me personally. Hopefully gives you something to try.
I've tried using Movies & TV and Windows Media Player and when editing in DaVinci Resolve there's still no game audio. I feel like it's something in my settings that's somehow got messed up. I haven't tried VLC, but I'm not sure it would work. I just don't understand why it worked perfectly before.
 

hopgop1

ClioSport Club Member
I've tried using Movies & TV and Windows Media Player and when editing in DaVinci Resolve there's still no game audio. I feel like it's something in my settings that's somehow got messed up. I haven't tried VLC, but I'm not sure it would work. I just don't understand why it worked perfectly before.
Probably not the same issue then, OBS can be a pain in the arse.
 
I had issues with mine recording game sound fine but would just drop my own mic out of the recording

Try setting audio inputs to default and testing each one, it might be that windows could have shagged things, it has a habit of just changing my audio settings sometimes :rolleyes:
 

Bertie Smalls

ClioSport Club Member
  A4 S Line & Impreza
I had issues with mine recording game sound fine but would just drop my own mic out of the recording

Try setting audio inputs to default and testing each one, it might be that windows could have shagged things, it has a habit of just changing my audio settings sometimes :rolleyes:
Does seem a bit weird. I previously used Geforce overlay for clips which was perfect, it's what I used for most of my clips, but it decided to record the other monitor, despite my main monitor being set at the primary one. It did however record the audio. So it's just me shouting at a windows 11 desktop screen :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:

I'll try setting those to default and see what happens (y)
 


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