[OS X]Capture audio with iShowU Audio Capture

OBS Studio [OS X]Capture audio with iShowU Audio Capture

MarkHicks

New Member
Hi All

I'm using OBS to record programmes from a set top box. I'm using an iSolem HDMI splitter and a Zaycue Capture device. I've got perfect video but having set up the audio via iShareU exactly as shown, I've got nothing but silence. Any suggestions?

Thanks!
 

Filth Charl3s

New Member
Ok so I did literally everything click by click the exact same way that you did and the guy in the video did and when I go to OBS, the bars that show that it's picking up sound still do not work. I know for a fact that it is capturing Desktop audio because I used Quicktime to record a video and it was able to capture the sounds from the game and the screen itself. The only issue is that OBS is still not detecting any desktop sounds.

@amsyar ZeRo

Edit: I streamed on Twitch and my viewers said they couldn't hear any audio either from my mic or from the game even while using iShareU Audio Capture having been set up as the video shows.
 

David_1970

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amsyar ZeRo submitted a new resource:

[OS X]Capture audio with iShowU Audio Capture - Another easy way to capture crisp audio from your Mac



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Hello,
I tried the method described here. The installation procedure is carried out until the end, successfully ... but it is as if nothing were installed! I can't find a program, I don't find any trace of drivers in "audio" or even in the Midi program!

I can't ear my desktop sounds in the recorded desktop video!!

MacBook Pro, macOS Mojave 10.14.6, 2,8 GHz Intel Core i7, 16GB 1600 MHz DDR3
OBS 23.2.1 (64bit)

How do I proceed? Thanks.
 
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RodAbernethy

New Member
Hello, I'm a newbie and trying to use OBS to stream live video and audio. It's great to be on the forum and have somewhere to ask questions about OBS.

I'm using a Macbook Pro with OBS and I'm using Digital Performer to bring in some external audio and microphones with a ZOOM H4N Pro as my USB interface.

Both Digital Performer and OBS are running on my Macbook Pro. I'd like to send my stereo output mix from Digital Performer into OBS, but OBS is not recognizing Digital Performer as an input for an audio source. Does anyone have any suggestions?
 

TheOriginalBudman

New Member
Hello, I'm a newbie and trying to use OBS to stream live video and audio. It's great to be on the forum and have somewhere to ask questions about OBS.

I'm using a Macbook Pro with OBS and I'm using Digital Performer to bring in some external audio and microphones with a ZOOM H4N Pro as my USB interface.

Both Digital Performer and OBS are running on my Macbook Pro. I'd like to send my stereo output mix from Digital Performer into OBS, but OBS is not recognizing Digital Performer as an input for an audio source. Does anyone have any suggestions?
I'm a noob also. I puttered around with iShowU but had no more success than anyone else. I got in touch with the developer and tried a newer app called iShowU Instant which has problems of its own.'

I scrapped the whole thing and went to rogueamoeba's Loopback. Much easier.
 

xzandj

New Member
I'm a noob also. I puttered around with iShowU but had no more success than anyone else. I got in touch with the developer and tried a newer app called iShowU Instant which has problems of its own.'

I scrapped the whole thing and went to rogueamoeba's Loopback. Much easier.
I had the same issues with iShowU and ended up finding this post https://support.shinywhitebox.com/hc/en-us/articles/360003524192-iShowU-Audio-Capture-not-showing-up.

Following these steps actually helped me to get around the security issues and the driver shows up now! So I've got desktop audio running through OBS as a mic :)
 
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