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Using XSplit with Virtual Audio Cable

My headphones are connected to Speakers (G510 Gaming Keyboard), which is my default audio playback device. I was encountering a problem where I did not want my Skype conversations to be streamed when using XSplit. But XSplit seemed to pick up whatever was going through the default playback sound device.

In order to resolve this I installed Virtual Audio Cable and performed the following steps:

1. I routed Line 1 from Virtual Audio Cable to Speakers (G510 Gaming Keyboard):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. I then changed the default audio playback from Speakers (G510 Gaming Keyboard) to Line 1 from Virtual Audio Cable:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
3. I changed my Game Client (in this case Heroes of Newerth) to output to Line 1 on the Virtual Audio Cable device:


 
4. Finally, I kept Skype pointing to Speakers (G510 Gaming Keyboard), since my headphones were still plugged into this device:

2 thoughts on “Using XSplit with Virtual Audio Cable”

  1. Hey man, i’m trying to do pretty much exactly what you are, but i cant quite work out how to route the line 1 to my speakers, i don’t suppose you could shed any light on them atter could you? 😀

    1. Hi, you need Virtual Audio Cable and you need to use Audio Repeater (MME). Then you just select the Wave In and Wave Out. This basically means that you will be routing the channel in Wave In to Wave Out.

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