Here are two hypothetical
1. Assuming that Second Life
has some type of input for an audio stream from the
local computer, you'd route the output from BIAB to that
2. If Second Life requires
some third party program for streaming audio along with
the game, you'd route the BIAB output to that input.
In conclusion ... assuming
streaming other audio with the game is a function of
that game, you'd stream BIAB just exactly as you would
any other audio 'player.'
You will probably have to make
sure that the Second Life or 3rd party audio input
device (to which you will route BIAB outp
ut) is set as the default audio device in the Windows
via the Control Panel functions.
On Monday, August 12, 2019, 2:00:23 AM PDT, 'David
H. Bailey' dhbailey52@...
On 8/12/2019 12:38 AM,
> I would like to stream BIAB in a Sim
program called Second Life. I
> would like to use BIAB as my
background while playing live in
> Does anyone have experience in this?
Does anyone have any advice? I
> hit a lot of places with confusing
data and brick walls. Please help
I don't know what the program Second Life
is, but I'm not sure I
understand what you want to do. Are you
trying to record a soundtrack
for your installation of Second Life? Are
you wanting to have your
avatar appear to be playing what you're
playing while you do it?
If I understand what you're trying to do I
think the best way to use
BIAB in such a situation would be to save
accompaniment as an audio file. Once
you've done that any glitches
would need to be addressed by the Second
Life tech support people.
I think it would be very difficult to have
BIAB generate its
accompaniment while you're playing at the
same time and have it all work
together in Second Life.
Perhaps if you're more specific about what
you are trying to do members
of this gorup could offer more specific
David H. Bailey