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There's a software named Snag it. That works just perfect, but it's a commercial licensed and my company policy says, it isn't worth investing.

Any free/open source software that meet this requirement? I've tried Camstudio and ShareX, but both have either "Virtual Audio capture" or "Internal mic/Headset mic" capture. Not both sources.

It would help me if I can know a way to enable both audio sources at once either or yet another software that enables recording audio from mic as well as speaker and record screen.

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Acethinker's Free Recorder, Apowersoft's Recorder and oCam are reported to do that. You can also try to mixdown the audio that's been recorded with proper method with Audacity and VB - Voice Recorder.

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  • I'll give them a try and get back to you. Hope they are freeware or open source. – InfantPro'Aravind' Jun 5 '17 at 17:37
  • @InfantPro'Aravind' AFAIK, they're freeware. If your problem is solved, please mark as chosen solution. – CanopusX Jun 6 '17 at 2:06
  • They require to be accessed through browser (URL), but the requirement is met. I'm accepting your answer as accepted. – InfantPro'Aravind' Jun 8 '17 at 9:53
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Open Broadcast Studio is pretty good. And it's a freeware.

https://obsproject.com/

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You can use Mirillis Action! screen recorder, it has a 30-day free version. It can record system sound and your mic to different audio tracks.

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My Experience is:

1st Place: as Sterex suggested, Open Broadcast Studio

  • OBS really provides a whole lot of flexibility for creating complex layouts which you can change on the fly while recording.

I would also Add

ShareX as a possible alternative.

Although, to be able to Capture your microphone and the System Audio at the same time you need to do a little bit of ffmpeg tweaking.

ShareX --> Task settings --> Capture --> Screen Recorder --> Screen Recording options

  1. Download and install the recorder devices if they are not already installed with the buttons provided.

  2. Under Sources select:

    a. Video Source: screen-capture-recorder b. Audio Source: Microphone (...)

  3. Under Additional command line Arguments add the following:

    -f dshow -i audio="virtual-audio-capturer" -filter_complex amix=inputs=2:duration=longest

The virtual-audio-capturer is your screen audio which will gets mixed together with the other audio source defined

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