How to capture internal audio / system audio

Capture internal audio from Youtube, Zoom calls, webinars, music channels, and other browser players.  🔉

Loom has internal recording capabilities for your browser tab, as well for applications on your device via the desktop app. If you'd like to capture your system audio while recording with Loom, there are two ways to do this: 

Using the Loom Chrome extension 

This will record internal audio from your Chrome browser tab only.

With the Loom Chrome extension, you can record the internal audio of a particular browser tab by recording with the following settings enabled: 

  • Capture mode: Current Tab
  • Enable: Include Tab Audio

Note: This is a feature only available for this type of recording. To not capture audio from your Microphone, you can toggle this off.


Using the Loom desktop app

This will record the system audio of any application on your device. 

This is great to capture the audio coming from other apps on your computer and include it in the recording. This is useful for:

  • Video conference calls (Incl. Zoom, Google Hangouts, Skype) 
  • Sales calls
  • Interviews
  • Webinars
To use this feature, enable Use system audio from your desktop app preferences as shown below.


Recording the audio of your Zoom call

If you'd like to capture the internal audio of your Zoom meeting, make sure you're using the Loom desktop app, and your mic settings are set up as below: 
  • In your Loom App Preference, enabled Use system audio.
  • In your Zoom call mic settings, make sure your Microphone selected is Same as System, as below.

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Happy recording! 🎥😄

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