16 Jan [Manual] How to Record and Live-stream Internal Audio on Android OS 10
Hello, this is CameraFi Live Team.
In CameraFi Live’s previous versions, Only 5G device could record system’s internal audio (e.g. sounds produced by apps or games) to broadcast in their live videos with CameraFi Live Galaxy Store version. However, our newest update allows CameraFi Live users who have Android 10 to record internal audio for live-streaming.
With this manual, you will learn how to broadcast live not only your voice but also the internal sound of your device simultaneously using CameraFi Live.
Please, keep in mind that this feature can only be used by users whose device has Android OS 10.
Let’s get started!
- Select the Screen broadcasting mode in CameraFi Live.
- Click on the Settings icon in CameraFi Live floating window.
- In settings, you will find AUDIO. In Audio, click on the option list located right next to Audio Source.
- Select the source of Audio you would like to broadcast.
- Mic: Broadcasts only my voice or external sounds caught by the integrated microphone.
- Internal Sound: Broadcasts only sounds produced from apps or games you are using.
- Mic & Internal Sound: Broadcasts both, sounds caught by the microphone and internal system sounds, such as mobile games music.
Please, be aware that this feature only works for apps that allow external apps to record audio. In case the internal sounds from an app are not reproduced in your live transmission, we recommend you to contact the app developer so that it grants you access to record internal sound.
Besides, alarm sounds, such as Streamlabs follower or donation alert, can be included in your live stream.
If you have any questions about this feature or about CameraFi Live in general, please leave us a comment.