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License:
Shareware
Size:
2.14 MB
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Downloads:
2804
Platform:
Windows (All Versions)
Publisher:
XemiComputers(more)
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Publisher's Descriptions
This program allows you to record lectures and attach text notes as a summary. To make a lecture summary several rich-text fields are provided: course, subject, date, lecturer, digest and notes. There is also an option to print the summary. Built-in audio recorder comes with real-time OGG audio compression, an editor for making cut-outs, voice operated recording mode and transcription playback mode. You choose the sound quality for recording. On low end there is 8-bit mono sound at 11KHz, on high end 16-bit stereo is offered at 192KHz, plus a number of combinations available in between. The program keeps both text and audio in the same lecture file that you can easily share. You can export recordings to standard sound files and use them in other programs or even import existing sound files. Lecture Recorder can work with all sound sources you have on your computer.

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System Requirements
PII Celeron 300MHz processor or better, 32Mb RAM
What's New
Version 4.5 brings better sound quality with 16-bit stereo recording that can go up to 192KHz.

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