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CaptureWizPro will record the audio going to the computer's speakers if the computer's audio driver provides this capability.
We just need to select which channel to record. Audio drivers give this channel various names, including:
The problem is, this channel is often hidden. We don't know why. Here's how to force Windows to show the channel, if available, so we can select it.
Windows 10, 8 & 7
1 Press then Windows key, then type Control Panel.
2 On the Control Panel, click Hardware and Sound.
3 In the Sound section, click Manage audio devices.
4 On the Sound window, click the Recording tab.
5 In the blank area under the list of devices, right-click.
6 On the context menu, check mark both Show Disabled Devices and Show Disconnected Devices.
Note, if the channel you want still doesn't appear, skip to the next option, New Driver.
7 Click the channel you want to record.
8 Click the Set Default button.
9 On the capture bar, click Settings / Options / Audio / Setup Wizard and select this channel.
Steps 1 - 6 same as for Windows 7 above.
7 Right-click the channel you want to record.
8 On the context menu, check mark Enable.
9 Also check mark Set as Default Device.
10 On the capture bar, click Settings / Options / Audio / Setup Wizard and select this channel.
1 Click Start / Control Panel / Sounds and Audio Devices,
3 In the Sounds and Audio Devices window, click the Audio tab.
2 Under Sound Recording, click the Volume button.
3 On the menu, click Options / Properties.
4 In the Properties dialog, make sure the Recording radio button is checked.
5 Check mark every channel, called "volume control", in the list.
6 Click OK.
7 Select the channel you want to record.
8 On the capture bar, click Settings / Options / Audio / Setup Wizard and select this channel.
Go to next option - New driver
Skip to easiest fix - Patch cable