I have Windows XP installed in a Virtual Machine (Virtual PC, not Server), and I need to know how to do something. I'm trying to use a piece of software for virtualizing a webcam. The software is called SuperWebcam and it works pretty well from what I can see. I have to install this software under a VPC though because it's not Vista x64 compatible. The problem with this is that Virtual Machine emulates a sound card, so I can't choose a recording input. The SuperWebcam software outputs both the video and audio to the Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder, which is what I'm using the stream the video to the net (justin.tv). The problem here is that the emulated sound card is using my actual webcam's audio input as it's desired sound input, not SuperWebcam's audio. Does anyone know a way I might change this behavior?