Real-time audio recorder, offering professional recording features with support for WMA, MP3, OGG, APE, FLAC and WAV formats. Additional features include silent skip, file size limits, recording sched
FairStars Recorder is a real-time audio recorder, offering professional recording features with full support for WMA, MP3, OGG, APE, FLAC and WAV formats. It allows you to record sound directly from your sound card, including from a microphone or a line-in jack at high quality. It can be used to grab any sound, including music, dialogs from movies, game sounds, streaming audio or anything else. The captured sound can be saved directly without the need for temporary files. Additional features include silent skip, file size limits, recording wizard, recording schedule, tag editor and more.
Main Features :
. Record audio from sound card directly to WMA, MP3, OGG, APE, FLAC or WAV format with high quality.
. Record sound directly from plackback device(only for Vista).
. Real-time sound monitor before recording, easy to select record device and adjust the volume(you may enable it on the Advance page of Record Option panel).
. Skip silent passages, stop recording or record to a new file automatically after a set time silence (Silent Detector).
. Stop recording or record to a new file automatically when reaching a set file length, size or time (File Limitation).
. Add files to File List automatially (File Append).
. Remove environmental noise automatically with the option Filters Setting.
. Support writing of ID3 tag when recording and showing when playback.
. Support ID3 tag view, import, edit, or transfer to the file in File List with TAG Editor and Tag Option.
. Recording Schedule for automatic recordings.
. Easy Set feature for silent sensitivity.
. Recording Wizard for beginner.
. Easy-to-use user-friendly interface, and skin support.
. Record control with hotkey.
System Requirements: Full-duplex sound card, and windows 2000 or higher.
New features in this version:: Adds ID3 Tag Unicode mode option for MP3 encoder, and changes overwritting file method for recording file