UniConverter User Guide
- Get Started - Wondershare UniConverter
- Login with Wondershare ID & Update | Win Version
- Brief Introduction
- Change Themes
- Get Started - Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Login with Wondershare ID & Update | Mac Version
- Brief Introduction - Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Preferences - Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Add Files - Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Convert DVD to Any Format
- Add Media Files
- Convert Video from Camcorder
- Convert Videos for iPhone/iPad/Android Devices
- Convert Videos for Social Network
- Convert Videos from iOS & Android Devices
- Convert Videos to Any Format
- Convert Video to Audio File
- How to Convert Videos to Any Format on Mac
- How to Convert DVD to Video on Mac
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- Trim Video | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Add Watermark | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Crop Video | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Apply Effect | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Add Subtitle | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Audio Track Volume | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
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- Fix Video Metadata | Wondershare UniConverter
- CD Burner | Wondershare UniConverter
- Convert CD to MP3 | Wondershare UniConverter
- Convert Video to VR | Wondershare UniConverter
- Transfer Video/Audio to iOS Device
- Transfer Video/Audio to Android Device
- Transfer Video/Audio to External Hard Drive
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- GIF Maker | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- Fix Media Metadata | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- CD Converter | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- CD Burner | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
- VR Converter | Wondershare UniConverter for Mac
How to record audio on Windows
You don't need to hold up a mic on your computer to record the system audio. That's because you can install a powerful audio recorder like Wondershare UniConverter and record high-quality audio without any background noise. This app works on Windows 10, 8, and 7 and Mac OS X 10.9 or later. When recording audio, Wondershare UniConverter lets you choose the input microphone, output speaker, and the target format. And lest I forget, this excellent piece of software allows users to edit their recorded audios by cutting, compressing, converting, and merging.
How to Record Audio - Wondershare UniConverter (Win) User Guide
Step 1 Launch the audio recorder.
Download, install, and load Wondershare UniConverter on your computer. Now click the Screen Recorder tab on the left pane before opening the drop-down list next to the Camera icon at the top-left corner. From the available options, tap the Audio Recorder and the function will launch automatically.
Step 2 Set your recording preferences.
Connect an output speaker or headphone and select it under the Speaker list. Proceed to click the Microphone menu and choose your computer’s internal mic or connect an independent mic and select it. Lastly, go to the Format list and set whether to export your recorded audio to MP3, WAV, or M4A format. Click the Speaker and Microphone icons if you want to mute everything.
Step 3 Start and stop the recording.
Click the REC (record) button to begin capturing your voice on PC. If satisfied, press the Stop and then close the Audio Recorder tool. Hit the Open button to preview your recorded audio.
If your audio volume is too low or too high, don’t delete it because Wondershare UniConverter can help you adjust that right away. You can also trim audio to remove some unwanted parts before sharing. Here are the steps:
Step 1 Open the Audio Converter.
Click the Audio Converter tab on the left pane and then tap the Add Files to upload your recorded audio. You should find it in the Recorded folder under the Wondershare UniConverter folder on your Disc C. A more straightforward way is to drag-n-drop the audio on the converter window.
Step 2 Adjust volume.
Next, tap the Crop icon on your imported audio and then drag the volume bar to adjust the sound level.
Step 3 Save your audio file.
Do you want to change your recorded audio to a different file format? Click the Output Format textbox and then select a new file format under the Audio section. You can also set an output bitrate. Finally, choose a folder path under the File Location section, then tap the Start All. It’s that simple!
You can know about or change the default save location for the recorded files by clicking the Options icon from the top-right section of the interface, click Preferences from the menu, going to the Location tab, and clicking Change from the Save recorded files to section.