Sound input in Virtual Machine

By HaLo2FrEeEk
Jun 13, 2009
  1. 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 ( 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?
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