04-28-2008 03:52 PM
05-22-2008 05:11 PM - edited 05-22-2008 05:13 PM
Message Edited by jct65251 on 05-22-2008 05:13 PM
06-02-2008 09:21 AM
06-12-2010 11:07 AM
For whatever it's worth, I have also experienced the problem. After 30 seconds, regardless of what computer I was using (I have three different ones), I would get a popping sound in video. I also tried a Sanson stereo condenser microphone and finally convinced myself that the problem was in the logitech software itself. I cannot begin to describe the steps I took, adequately, to try and alleviate this problem.
I recently purchased a head set microphone (not a usb) and tried it. LO AND BEHOLD, no popping! The bottom line is, I'm absolutely convinced, is the problem is the USB connection, NOT THE LOGITECH SOFTWARE!!!
06-13-2010 10:32 PM - edited 06-13-2010 11:32 PM
I need to add more to what I previously said in regard to the USB issue. The USB microphones I've tried, the AK5370, as well as the Samson C01U, work great on other programs in my computer, cakewalk and protools. What I said about the problem not being with the Logitech software, I've had to re-think. There is a problem with the Logitech software, since it seems to have some type of conflict with the USB. The video quality of my orbitsphere AF camera is great, however.
07-08-2010 08:42 AM
I have a similar problem
USB microphone works fine on XPsp3 with highspeed usb ports.
On older XPsp2 laptop , and Win2K desktop it works, but interjects loud scratchy noises throughout, even with no voice input.
Drivers appear to be similar.
I'm testing with the built in Windows Sound Recorder.
I'm confused about how a working usb port could be at fault. Is it the timing of the usb interfaces with wave?
What drivers control this?
Why cant logitech publish drivers so that we are not beholden to MS as we are with other microphone vendors?