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USB genuine audio device name. Virtual Audio Cable help!

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July 25, 2013 1:15:32 PM

So ive got VAC working for my videos. Ive got it set up like Jack Fraggs demonstrated in his recording set up video.
Anyway, so now I know that every time I start up the PC or even wake it up i have to reenter the buffer factors ect...
SO I found a way of automatically doing it on a forum, you enter a command and save it as a .bit file.
here is the command;
start /min "audiorepeater_ks" "%programfiles%\Virtual Audio Cable\audiorepeater_ks.exe" /Input: "Virtual Cable 1" /Output: "..................." /BufferMs:100 /Buffers:5 /Autostart
this line is repeated.
The only problem is that when entering what Output device (my Gamecom USB headphones) I cant get the right name for the command to work properly. ( thats why i gave it the "............" where the name should be.

So my question is this, how do I find out the actual name of the device. On the sound manager it calls it "2- USB Audio Device"
but when I enter that into the command lines and open up the file it says there isnt an output device called that.
Ive tried dozons of variations. DAFUQ!?
July 25, 2013 1:22:05 PM

Go to Control Panel - Device Manager - Sound, Video, and Game Controllers. Find your device in the drop down, right-click, and go to properties. On the third tab, details, there is a drop down box that displays all the device properties, it will be listed in one of those, I don't know which one specifically it is looking for but the proper one will be there. BTW did you mean .bat file?
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July 25, 2013 2:09:56 PM

chugot9218 said:
Go to Control Panel - Device Manager - Sound, Video, and Game Controllers. Find your device in the drop down, right-click, and go to properties. On the third tab, details, there is a drop down box that displays all the device properties, it will be listed in one of those, I don't know which one specifically it is looking for but the proper one will be there. BTW did you mean .bat file?


ive done it!
but now all of the sudden it wont let me put the Headphones as the output for 2 different Cables. It was working before.
But if i do it manually it works !?
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July 25, 2013 2:39:40 PM

I don't know VAC enough to answer that, maybe someone else can chime in.
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