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Topic # 152463 27-Sep-2014 11:44
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Hi guys.

I am recording some gameplay videos with commentary over them using the headset that comes with the PS4. When I playback he videos, both on the console and then my Laptop when I move them over, my voice is very quite. I can hear it but I cant make out what I am saying. Its as if it recorded on volume level 1, where as the gameplay audio is on volume 10, if that makes sense?

The game is Watch Dogs, not sure if that matters or not. Is there a setting I am meant to change in the game or on the console settings? Is the headset that comes with the PS4 just bad and it shouldn't be used to record with?

Thanks for all the information.

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  Reply # 1138692 27-Sep-2014 12:03
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There are settings under the share button.




 




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  Reply # 1138739 27-Sep-2014 13:58
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TimA: There are settings under the share button.


Thanks for that. Everything is already ticked though such as recording the microphone etc.

Could the headset just be faulty?



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  Reply # 1149472 7-Oct-2014 20:34
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Bump....

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  Reply # 1149475 7-Oct-2014 20:38
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Not sure, Try another headset from a samsung phone or something.




 




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  Reply # 1149571 7-Oct-2014 22:25
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Thanks I will try another headset and report back tomorrow.

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