Here's my problem. I want to record video of a computer display/program in a window. I have a different program that slows down the video/program I want to record, but not the sound aspect during recording.(I have to slow down the video while recording-- it's not optional) Later on, my intention is to speed up the video back to "normal" speed.
The problem is the sound will be distorted because I can't slow it down during recording.
So let's say the video is a guy walking up for 5 seconds forward and then saying "hello, there".
If i record this in slow motion, where it takes him ten seconds to start talking but the sound of his voice is unaltered, and then speed it back up so it takes 5 seconds to walk up, his voice will be chipmunk gbberish as well as his footsteps.
I'm wondering if there some sort of trick to solve my problem with any given software. I'm assuming I could get it to work if I record the video with one program and the sound with a different program and the different program has some way to record the sound in "slow motion". So later on when I put them together and speed them up the sound is in synch with the video.
I don't care what programs I need to do this. just as long as it will work. There may be some other solution or whatever trick to get this to work right. Or maybe there is a video capture program that can slow down the sound while recording and keep video recording in "real time". I doubt a video recorder will do this as it must be a recorder that can record video acceleration and such in a windows window.