desmond » Mon Jan 14, 2019 4:08 am
Does it work if you use Safari or Chrome?
Well I'll be damned.Thank you!
It works with Chrome but not with Safari (Version 12.0.2 (13606.3.4.1.4)) or FireFox (64.0.2 (64-bit)). This could be a workaround for my problem. I feel dumb for not trying it before.
I'm on macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 (17G4015) which is the latest Version I can use since my macbook is an early 2011 model.
Does the demo of Loopback 2 work for you, or behave the same?
I haven't tried Loopback 2
It's not YouTube what I'm trying to capture, is a variety of web streams.
As I have mentioned many times, including on this thread, the best, easiest, slickest no-hassle solution for recording audio from apps on the Mac is Audio Hijack.
I didn't know about this app, I stumble with Loopback browsing for a solution a year ago for a specific scenario I had and it worked fine (and yeah, I shoulda done more research) I just wanted to continue using it since I've already paid the license.
But I don't think lojeda was looking for alternative ways of doing this (or moving computer platform!), he was trying to troubleshoot why his system, that should be working, doesn't seem to be...
Exactly this. I'm less stressed now that I found a workaround based on your suggestions.