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Mic Stream disabled with DAX enabled in SSDR

Rob Fissel
Rob Fissel Member
edited June 2020 in SmartSDR for Windows
I read through the updated 1.6 SSDR manual, and did a search to no avail.

Right now, if I have DAX enabled in SSDR, it stops streaming mic audio through Mic Stream. I'm looking to be able to stream my mic audio during the contest this weekend (using VoiceMeeter to mix down DAX 1&2 with Mic Stream, and OBS to stream live on YouTube for fun), but I also plan on using N1MM's voice keyer (hence DAX needing to be enabled). 

Am I missing something silly here?


  • Ken - NM9P
    Ken - NM9P Member ✭✭✭
    edited June 2020
    Don't worry.  You will find that if you are using a voice keyer and have the DAX button enabled, the MIC Stream DAX outputs the voice keyer, UNTIL you press the PTT Footswitch, then the output is from the mic.  This allows you to record BOTH your live mike and your Voice keyer output, which is exactly what you want!  Slick!  Nicely Done FRS.

    Now all I need is a recording program that allows me to input a different audio source into each channel, and that automatically puts time tics on the recording, too.....

    I am sure there are digital mixing programs out there that will do this......

    Ken - NM9P
  • Rob Fissel
    Rob Fissel Member
    edited January 2016
    Your elmer status once again delivers, Ken. This is just what I was looking for, thanks!

    Take a look at VoiceMeeter Banana (the "pro" version). While it won't time stamp for you, it will allow you to virtually route both physical hardware audio inputs as well as internal virtual inputs, and allow you to mix down in separate buses up to 3 physical hardware audio outputs, in addition to 2 internal virtual audio outputs. Neat. 

    What I would suggest for your time stamp issue, since you already have it, is OBS. First, set up your audio routing as desired in VoiceMeeter, and route the output to a virtual audio cable channel (used as the input in OBS). Set up a YouTube streaming channel, make it private if you so desire, and stream directly to YouTube. If your screen cast includes SSDR or the Windows task bar, you'll always have a time stamp by referring to the clock time in SSDR. 

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