It might be a problem with your microphone.
Please disable your microphone and try it again.
You still can record your microphone without the "Two Sound Mixing" option.
http://www.bandicam.com/faqs/how_to_rec ... icrophone/
GameTipsAndMore Blog wrote:If I can pop in, although I don't have this problem, I do know of a way to correct the audio being out of sync with the video - I had to figure out how to do it manually in the past when it happened once or twice (this is a manual way of correcting it):
In whatever video editing application you are using, separate the audio tracks and the video track. Then, scan through the video to find out when it is out of sync. After that, go back to an earlier point in the video and 'split' the audio. Then, move the audio clips so that they are in sync again with the video. You may also try to 'shrink' or speed-up the audio slightly to make it fit, as well (you don't have to do this though). If you do that last bit, the audio may change in pitch - whatever program you are using to edit the video with, may have an option to not change the pitch of the audio (to keep it the same).
There used to be a program that would try to correct for dropped frames (a by-product of telling it to correct Sync problems), I think it was VirtualDub. You could also try that, to see if you can find a setting that would correct the Sync in a more automated way, with that, too.
Good luck with it - and I hope it doesn't happen often for you!
Bandisoft wrote:Dear hutai and YonatanZamir,
1. Do you use Windows 10?
What graphics card do you have?
Can you send the video file to email@example.com?
2. To edit with Sony Vegas, download the latest version of Bandicam from http://www.bandicam.com/downloads/ and try the MP4 container and the 'Prefer CFR' option as shown below:
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