Bandicam does not see my HDMI connection at all. I can hear the HDMI-transmitter \"glowing\" and beeps for a few seconds before it loses it. I have an Elgato \"BTSport YouView\" - I think it might be the YouView-sticks, that are used to be able to watch TV from any IP-connected device at the same time. The YouView-sticks are connected to my AV-amplifiers via HDMI and S-video cables.
The audio is very weird. Almost irritatingly, it sounds more low than it did before. I tried softplugging and unplugging. And it only happens when I have my TV lights on, everything else works perfectly fine. I tried unplugging the straight wire directly from TV and making sure everything is on the right connection. I hooked up my TV directly to HDMI 1, and the sound went down some. I tried encoder, and all the same. And then the sound suddenly got all out of wack again. I have not tried other sources, as TV 2 works better that way, and I also have recordings from my old XBOX360 that still work fine.
i did this! I have a little more knowledge now about bandicam. when i first downloaded bandicam, it was because i just wanted to make a quick video clip of me playing my guitar (i have a 4.1 gigahertz machine), when i pressed record, it now would show on my screen. its now game over my old setup and i can’t get it to work. it’s like i don’t have a player, and i am not recording at all. how do i fix this? 7211a4ac4a