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Old 3rd June 2010, 23:09
enigmaxtreme enigmaxtreme is offline
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Im wanted to do a live Skype voice chat over LiveStream, Is their any program that can help me with this? I own a PC
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Old 4th June 2010, 07:15
patnaik2000 patnaik2000 is offline
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You can use Procaster(http://www.livestream.com/procaster) to acieve this. Please follow the instructions:


1)Open Skype and engage the video conversation.

2)Open Procaster, Click Preferences, then Audio.
Deselect AutoMix, and then slide Speakers' Audio to what would be around 80%.
Click Save

3)Now select Go Live.

4)Utilize screen capture mode of Procaster by clicking the SCREEN input option. Use the Zoom

Features (+, - buttons) to isolate the Skype window. You can also click the green corners to drag it

around your screen to fit the Skype window in properly.

5)I don't recommend expanding the entire Skype window to fill your screen, and then streaming your

entire desktop. Isolate the smaller Skype window using the Zoom and Green Corner features.

I also recommend you to review our step-by-step user guide for additional information: http://www.livestream.com/userguide/index.php/Procaster
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Old 4th June 2010, 22:21
cseeman cseeman is offline
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If you are using another streaming application you can also try
Virtual Audio Cable
http://software.muzychenko.net/eng/vac.html
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Old 7th June 2011, 15:00
justpeachy justpeachy is offline
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Quote:
Originally Posted by patnaik2000 View Post
You can use Procaster to acieve this. Please follow the instructions:


1)Open Skype and engage the video conversation.

2)Open Procaster, Click Preferences, then Audio.
Deselect AutoMix, and then slide Speakers' Audio to what would be around 80%.
Click Save

3)Now select Go Live.

4)Utilize screen capture mode of Procaster by clicking the SCREEN input option. Use the Zoom

Features (+, - buttons) to isolate the Skype window. You can also click the green corners to drag it

around your screen to fit the Skype window in properly.

5)I don't recommend expanding the entire Skype integration window to fill your screen, and then streaming your

entire desktop. Isolate the smaller Skype window using the Zoom and Green Corner features.

I also recommend you to review our step-by-step user guide for additional information
Thanks for the step by step guide. I used your reccomendations and it really helped!
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Old 15th June 2011, 18:04
joshr1124 joshr1124 is offline
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Quote:
Originally Posted by patnaik2000 View Post
You can use Procaster(http://www.livestream.com/procaster) to acieve this. Please follow the instructions:


1)Open Skype and engage the video conversation.

2)Open Procaster, Click Preferences, then Audio.
Deselect AutoMix, and then slide Speakers' Audio to what would be around 80%.
Click Save

3)Now select Go Live.

4)Utilize screen capture mode of Procaster by clicking the SCREEN input option. Use the Zoom

Features (+, - buttons) to isolate the Skype window. You can also click the green corners to drag it

around your screen to fit the Skype window in properly.

5)I don't recommend expanding the entire Skype window to fill your screen, and then streaming your

entire desktop. Isolate the smaller Skype integration window using the Zoom and Green Corner features.

I also recommend you to review our step-by-step fixed mobile convergence user guide for additional information: http://www.livestream.com/userguide/index.php/Procaster
COuld you explain why step 5 is that way? why cant i expand it?
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