Soundflower + Minecraft, Skype and USB2.0 Headset audio capturing tutorial (OS X 10.8.4)





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Published on Aug 26, 2013

In this tutorial, we will take a look at how to get Soundflower to work on your Macintosh computer with Minecraft, Skype as well as a gaming headset which utilizes USB for input/output. The tutorial was made under Mac OS X 10.8.4 and uses the latest Soundflower beta.

Timeline of this video:
0:00 - 1:05 : Introductions/Basic Soundflower installation
1:05 - 6:05 : Soundflower + USB 2.0 Headset (Steelseries)
6:08 - 7:40 : Minecraft
7:41 - 11:35 : Skype
11:36 - 12:31 : Uninstalling Soundflower Properly + Conclusions

What is soundflower?
Soundflower is an open source application that allows users to record their System Audio and Commentary at the same time as allowing them to hear what the system is outputting (through headphones).

OS X Version
Please ensure that you download the correct version of Soundflower for your operating system! Each download link has a note describing which OS X versions the download is compatible with.

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