Snagit 11.1 and later
Snagit 11.1 and later (Windows 7 and 8 only) has the ability to record the system audio (sounds from your computer) and the microphone. For more information, click the links below:
Snagit provides some configuration options for recording audio during video capture, however your computer must have a sound card capable of capturing system audio (what you would normally hear from your speakers).
For recording System Audio, you will need one of these options: stereo mix, mono mix, what you hear, speaker audio, mixer, wave out mix, wave in.
Please use the following steps for setting up your computer and Snagit 10 or earlier to try to capture audio. Video capture was re-written for Snagit 11, please see this tutorial for more information. Hardware setup for recording applies to all versions of Snagit.
Use the following steps to setup your Hardware so Snagit can capture Speaker Audio depending on your version of Windows.
Windows Vista & Windows 7
- Go to the Start Menu and open Control Panel.
- Open Hardware and Sound:
- Under the Sound section select Manage audio devices.
- Switch to the Recording tab, right-click, and select Show Disabled Devices:
- If you see one of the items listed above, right-click and select Enable.
- Right-click the item again and make sure to choose Set as Default Device.
- Open Sounds and Audio Devices:
- Switch to the Audio tab and click the Volume button under Sound recording and Default device:
- Go to the Options menu then Properties.
- Click OK to return to the Volume controls. Under the new item be sure to mark the Select checkbox.
Snagit 10 and Earlier
- Open the main Snagit UI and set your capture mode to Video:
- Go to the Output drop down menu and click Properties:
- In the Audio options section, be sure to set the Audio capture device to Use default recording device:
- Click Apply and then OK to close this dialog.
- Select the Video Capture Profile then click the red Capture button
- In the Recorder toolbar, open the Select audio device dropdown menu: