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Any udf to record sound?

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Ive been searching the forum for a record audio udf or some inbult functions but all i find is this pretty advanced recorder softwares people built, like the one from eukalyptus is awesome but abit to hard to learn from. Sooo many things all i want it a simple recorder of "computer sound" and not mic, and something that saves it as mp3.

Any one have any tips?

Thanks in advance

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The example there just don't work.

Dracil, do yo find a solution?

I found here an example without bass, but there is a lot of noise in the recorder file.

If somebody knows a little program with command line that I can use for recording will be great! :graduated:

Thanks in advance.

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The example there just don't work.

Dracil, do yo find a solution?

I found here an example without bass, but there is a lot of noise in the recorder file.

If somebody knows a little program with command line that I can use for recording will be great! :graduated:

Thanks in advance.

Do you know mp3recorder of http://www.audiosoftstore.com ?

It's a Command Line Mp3 Recorder Version 2.50 Utility for Windows XP/7 Posted Image


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

I think SoundRecorder.exe which ships with windows has command line functionality.

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"SoundRecorder.exe /duration 00:00:30" records for 30 seconds.

EDIT:

seems it only supports wma format.

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SoundRecorder.exe just does not work for me in command line... i don't know why.

mp3recorder is great tool, but is there a tool like this but output format to be WAV?

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

SoundRecorder.exe just does not work for me in command line... i don't know why.

mp3recorder is great tool, but is there a tool like this but output format to be WAV?

Try to use ffmpeg to encode mp3 to wav : ffmpeg -i file.mp3 file.wav Posted Image

why do you want only wav ?

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Thanks I will try.

I need wav because i will analise it at low level after that :graduated:

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