This audio recorder supports recording from multiple input ports.
If recording from an external microphone or line-in cable, attach these cables first and then search for available recording inputs. This feature is found under the ‘Input’ menu next to ‘File’. The range of audio ports that could be displayed includes stereo mix, internal microphone, external microphone, and line-in. These ports are automatically detected on your computer by the audio recorder program and the required port can be selected. After selection a brief descriptive text will be shown for the selected input.
Other audio settings that can be adjusted are number of channels, sample rate, bit depth, and record volume.
The recorder has a built in audio recording scheduler that can be set to automatically start and stop recording. A valid web address can be inserted into the program to open up this webpage automatically and record the audio stream from that address. Ensure popup blocker on your web browser is disabled for this feature.
When setting a record start/end time, the drop down menus set as
H = 7, M = 25, S = 0 will imply 7:25 AM
The audio file created will be saved to the desktop in WAV format with the name ‘Record’. If a record schedule is set the files saved will be named in sequence as ‘Record(1)’-‘Record(n)’.
If the file size exceeds 150 MB, recordings will be split into files named
‘Record Chapter(1)’-‘Record Chapter(n)’.
If you have files on your desktop matching the same name as the files saved by this recorder it is recommended that these files be stored in a separate directory to prevent those files been overwritten.
If a file has been recorded and is located on the desktop with the name ‘Record’ and is also open in other playback software, the recorder may have trouble saving the file. In that case, close any playback software or rename the file.
We do not store any recorded files from users, this recorder only saves recorded files to the user’s desktop.