Audio settings when screen recording Zoom webinar with Snagit

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When attending a Zoom webinar, when I speak their system cuts out my speakers to avoid a feedback loop.

If I'm recording the webinar (screen and audio) with Snagit, I have Snagit set to record only the speakers and not my mic in order to avoid duplicate audio.

This, of course, presents a problem when I speak since Snagit is not recording my mic.

Wearing a headset would probably solve the problem by allowing me to keep Snagit set to record both speakers and mic, but since the webinar involves physical activity that's no practical.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
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Jay Newman

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susannemistric

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Maybe this is a silly question, but why don't you just record in Zoom (even the free version has that functionality) and then edit in Camtasia?