Roxio Game Capture HD Pro – Voice/Gamig Sound

Here is the setup I have used, to get Party chat, My voice and Game sound.
Please note in the below guide, I presume you have a Line In and Microphone In, on your PC.

The parts
A. XSplit with personal license (this is a paid product)
B. Xbox One Controller
C. Xbox One Chat Adapter
D. Headset (I used a Turtlebeach XO4)
E. Startech 3.5mm 4 Position to 2x 3 Position 3.5mm Headset Splitter Adapter – M/F *
F. Startech 3.5mm 4 Position to 2x 3 Position 3.5mm Headset Splitter Adapter – F/M *
G. 3.5mm Stereo splitter 1x Male to 2x Female
H. 2x 3.5mm Stereo cable Male to Male
I. 3.5mm Stereo Female Coupler/Joiner
J. Clip on mic with 3.5mm jack plug (I used a Zalman ZM-MIC1 Microphone)

* Note this wire has markings on each plug

Step 1
Plug the C into B
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Step 2
Plug E into C
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Step 3
Plug F into E – Mic to Mic
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Step 4
Plug G into E and G (Headset plugs on E and F)
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Step 5
Plug D into F (Plug D into F female)
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Step 6
Plug 1x H into G
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Step 7
Plug the other end of H into Line In on your PC

Step 8
Plug I into J
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Step 9
Plug 1x H into I
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Step 10
Plug the other end of H into Mic In on your PC

Step 11
Download XSplit Broadcaster and buy the personal license from: https://www.xsplit.com/
Install it.

Step 12
Now to setup XSplit with the Roxio Game Caputre card HD Pro and Microphone

1. Make sure XSplit is closed, if not close it
2. Open Roxio Game Capture HD PRO
3. Got to Options
4. Change the bitrate
5. Save the settings
6. Close Roxio Game Capture HD PRO software
7. Open XSplit Broadcaster
8. Click on Add (it at the bottom)
9. Put your mouse over Webcam, capture card, video devices
10. Click on Roxio GameCAP HD Pro and it will be added under Scene Sources
11. Click on Roxio GameCAP HD PRO (you just added it) and right click
12. Set Audio Input to Line In then click in the white box.
13. Clck Add again
14. Put your mouse over Audio devices
15. Click Microphone
16. Just above the box to the right you will see a cog click on it to open General Settings
17. Click on the Audio tab
17. Set Microphone to: None
18. Set System Sound to None (this maybe optinal)
19. Apply then ok.

Note:
You may need to set a delay on the Microphone to match the video output (I haven’t done this yet).