I need some help from the fine folks here. I'm attempting to put together a setup to make some computer training videos. After trying and failing several screen-recording apps (my actual framerate was about 2 fps), I had the brilliant idea to set up my television as a "second monitor" duplicating the first, running both the video and the sound from my computer into a DVD Recorder (into the TV). I can then take the result from the DVD into Final Cut Pro and put it all together. The picture is working beautifully! But, the audio (running from the headphone out on the computer to the RCA in on the DVD Recorder) blocks out the microphone. It gets any alert sounds or music, etc. that the apps make, but nothing that I say into the microphone goes through. I'm sure this has a purpose (to keep people from having microphone sound come back out of their speakers resulting in feedback), but how do I override that? I'm preferably looking for the direct route (which will feed the sound to the DVD Recorder through the computer - to avoid timing lapses), but I'll take any workarounds you can suggest. Here I was so proud of myself for figuring out a way to get crystal clear video. Thanks for your help, in advance!