EDIT: The title does not indicate with great accuracy what I'm talking about. Please read the thread before replying.
First time poster here. Have had a registered version of the programme for a while now and used the trial version in the past. Pretty satisfied overall (despite the issue where it often doesn't properly detect games/windows) but this is a different subject matter!
Currently, Bandicam allows you to save a file containing all of the captured audio besides the video file itself. However, the audio is in the video as well.
What I would like to hereby formally request is a feature (possibly difficult to do, I'm not sure) that allows you to still capture audio from specific sources but NOT have it put in (embedded, I guess?) the resulting video file directly.
Well I'm thinking of my main activity with Bandicam: recording gameplay videos for Youtube with commentary. Probably a super popular activity among BC users, I'm sure.
What I find difficult is having to run a bunch of recording tests to tinker with game sound/music volumes of a title to put those in balance with the sound of my microphone delivered commentary.
Too often have I had to discard a video because I found the audio to be unsatisfactory.
How will this feature help me?
It will allow me to record gameplay and talk about it while playing without ever having to worry about it (for example) being too low in volume compared to the sounds and music of the game. By default, in-game sounds and music are balanced between eachother and usually don't require much altering other than personal taste. But the commentary often doesn't fit in.
If I can get it saved ENTIRELY separate and outside of the saved video file, I can simply add the track to the video file in my editor and edit the volume to suit the video there.
My one concern: I'm not an expert on video editing nor am I a technophobe, but I have read some stuff about FPS. Apparently if you record something with different FPS, that gets laid out evenly in an editor and in such a case the commentary audio would be out of place. But that's not a problem for you, the people of/at Bandicam. That's a problem for myself and the creators of editing software.
Hoping this will be considered, if it hasn't been suggested yet by now. Thank you!