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On Windows Vista, why do I see a small window flash on my screen and disappear while recording?

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Posted: 25 Sep, 2007
by: Rennemeyer J.
Updated: 09 Mar, 2010
by: Rennemeyer J.
You can safely ignore this window. For MuvAudio to convert correctly on Windows Vista©, we must set the audio device for each session to the correct virtual cable. This small flash is required this to work correctly.
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