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Oh, I see, thanks for all of your explaination.
Felix G. 於 24/5/2016 14:41 寫道:
I use it on a regular basis and will try my best to answer
Basically, the software manages objects called cables. A
cable has the property of acting as both playback and
recording device, and anything that's played back through it
immediately becomes recordable from it. In addition there is
the concept of a repeater which records from a device and
repeats the data via playback to another device, such as
from the microphone to one of the cables, or from one of the
cables to your speakers.
Hope this helps.
Christopher-Mark Gilland <clgilland07@...
schrieb am Di., 24. Mai 2016 um 06:26 Uhr:
There's a program that'll do
exactly this very thing. It's called Virtual
Audio Cable. I dont' know much about it, but I did use it
back in the days.
I remember it being accessible, though kind of a pain in the
set up. Once done though, it was then pretty easy to use.
And, let me make
it clear. I never said that the setup process wasn't
accessible. I simply
said it was kind of confusing, and a little bit annoying.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Mr. Wong Chi Wai, William" <cwwong.pro@...>
Sent: Monday, May 23, 2016 11:44 PM
Subject: [nvda] Asking about any software that can pass audio
one software to another and is accessible with NVDA
> I learn that there is something like audiohighjack or
soundflower that is
> Mac software which can act as a middleman to pass audio
signal from one
> application to another. I am not sure if there is any
> that can be find on Windows which have the same or
> Any advice are welcome