AIUI, when it eliminates silence, it is eliminating packet delays. It can
capture net audio or what ever goes to the sound card. I don't usually use
it in that fashion, but it has worked well for me in the few instances when
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Richter" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 6:17 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Digitizing programs with automatic stop feature?
> At 09:46 AM 10/15/2003 -0500, [log in to unmask] wrote:
> >I believe Total Recorder (very inexpensive) (Win only) can be set for
> >recording, also the new Sound
> >Forge 7; I've used TR for unattended recording but not the Forge.
> >Interesting note (or not): when you click on Help\About in the program,
> >has an option to go to the "highchiteria" hope page. People don't
> >squat nowadays.
> >On the home page you will find something resembling a phonograph in front
> >a computer monitor.
> Yes, TotalRecorder will time the recording, but it is used to capture
> as it feeds to the sound card. It is used for streaming audio and I
> will impose three layers of conversion - ADC, DAC, ADC - to create the WAV
> file. It does not have an option to terminate on silence, but can be set
> eliminate silences; the drawback to that is that quiet spaces between
> segments of dialogue may be lost due to the inability to set the level of
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