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I am having a problem when recording in full screen and borderless window mode. I have two monitors. One has the game and the other has applications like ICUE. If I close or send to the system tray it will not glitch out like it is doing. The problem is I use ICUE so much I left it open to see profiles and just what is happening. All of my accessories are Corsair products. I do love using them but this incompatibility has gone too far for me. I have lost so much other footage not realizing at first that this was a problem. I was not going to make this post but after getting a new M.2 SSD to replace my C:Drive and doing a clean install of Windows 10 and this problem still persists, I had to start this topic. I have tried to find any information on why this is happening and have come back with nothing. I use the profile switch based on application constantly based on how much i do, so closing the ICUE application would be stepping backwards in my footsteps. There is also no profile switch for the application ICUE in my profiles so that can’t be it. I have recorded a sample in the game Valheim and have put it up on YouTube to show what is happening. I like to use the Instant replay function on GeForce Experience to go back and get recorded past occurrences in applications, this shows up in recording and instant replay functions. I have embedded the link to the YouTube video labeled "ICUE & GeForce" in this topic/article. If I could get any help to fix this from showing up in my videos it would be greatly appreciated. "ICUE & GeForce" Sincerely thank you for your help and/or recommendations.
When I got record a video on OBS or livestream through discord. The sounds are bassed. But I dont hear that way. Is anyone had issues like this before? https://streamable.com/myhbkx Headset: Void Elite Wireless ROM: v0.08
Hi all, I have the Corsair Wireless Void Pro, and it's my favorite headset, not least because it fits my giant head. I'd like to use multiple headsets when recording, and it would be great to just get a second Void Pro and have the PC audio go out to two devices. I can handle virtual audio cables and such if the need arises, but is it possible at all? Will Windows recognize two Wireless Void Pro dongles as separate devices? Will they show up separately in the list of Windows audio devices? Will the mics show up separately as well? Has anyone tried anything like this? Thanks!