In some rare cases it may be possible that you are encountering an issue capturing audio from the Elgato Game Capture HD60 S+.
Some reasons may be related to the USB 3 controller that the device is connected to. To find out what controller your Windows 10 system is using, simply type msinfo into the Windows Search, then open the System Information App.
Expand components than USB, on the right side of the Window you will see the Controller/s of your System, you may need to expand the Window to see the full details of the driver.
If you have an older system that still uses a Via USB 3 controller, and it does say (Microsoft) behind the Controller, that means the Microsoft driver is installed.
In this case, please install the driver from the Link below and then restart your computer:
Does that fix the audio problem?
Other things to try when there is no audio
- Please make sure that your computers' chipset/audio drivers and operating system are up-to-date.
- Please check the Windows Audio devices and make sure that the Elgato Game Capture HD60 S+ is listed under recording devices and set to default
- Make a right click onto the speaker symbol in the lower right corner of the Desktop, then select Sounds
- Check the Recording Devices Tab for the Elgato Game Capture HD60 S+
- Make sure the device is not muted on the levels tab
- If the device is not listed for some reason, please right-click into the Window and select Show Disabled Devices
- If it is disabled, please enable it and set it to default.
Should you still have audio issues with the device than please contact our Support Team here