1. Introduction
2. What can Audio Mid Recorder do?
3. Recording Tutorial
4. Main Interface
5. Options Setting
6. Using Schedule
7. Using Wizard
8. Using ID3 Tag Editor

Main Interface

Main Window Description
1. QuitQuit the program.
2. MinmaizeMinimize the Window.
3. SystemTraySystem Tray Mode.
4. AboutAbout & CopyRight Dialog.
5. RecordStart recording. Remember to select a file name and the appropriate properties before recording.
6. WizardShow Wizard Dialog, set appropriate properties for recording.
7. Show RecorderlistShow and Hide Reocrdlist dialog.
8. OscilloscopeReal-time oscilloscope, it is is intended for visual representation of audio data in the process of playback or record.
9. ScheduleShow schedule dialog, Create a recording schedule.
10. OptionShow Option Dialog, set properties for recording.
11. PausePause recording or playing, click again, restart recording or playing.
12. Save AsCreate a new file or open an existing file for recording and playing.
13. HelpShow the Help file.
14. StopStop recording or playing.
15. PlayPlay a file listing in the recording list.
16. File NameShow The File Name of the selecting file in the recorder list.
17. File SizeShow The File Size of the selecting file in the recorder list.
18. File InformationShow The File Bitrate , Frequence, Channel of the selecting file in the recorder list.
19. Recorder StatusShow the Recorder Status.
  • Ready --- The recorder is idle.
  • Playing --- Playing the selecting file in the recorder list.
  • Playing Pause --- You've pressed Pause when Playing the selecting file in the recorder list.
  • Waiting Volume Level --- This message means you've selected "Start recording after X sec of sound above Y db", and now the volume hasn't reached Y db.
  • Recording xxxx msec --- Recorder has recorded xxxx msec to the selecting file in the recorder list..
  • Recording Pause--- You've pressed Pause when Recording.
  • Attack xxxx msec --- This message means you've selected "Start recording after X sec of sound above Y db", and now the volume has reached Y db, but xxxx msec hasn't reach X sec, if the volume is low Y db again, the program will enter "Waiting Volume Level mode" again, if xxxx msec reaches X sec, the program will start Recording.
  • Release xxxx msec --- This message means you've selected "Pause recording after X sec of sound under Y db" or "Stop recording after X sec of sound under Y db", and now the volume is under Y db, if the volume is above Y db again, the program will enter "Recording mode" again, if xxxx msec reaches X sec, the program will press "Stop" button automatically.
20. Current TimeShow current position for playing file.
21. Total TimeShow current position for recording file, and total time for playing file.
  
 
 
Recorderl List Window Description
1. SystemTraySystem Tray Mode.
2. MinmaizeMinimize the Window.
3. File NameShow The File Name of the selecting file in the recorder list.
4. Total TimeShow current position for playing file.
5. File StatusShow the File Status: 1. Ready 2. Play 3. Pause 4. Record 5. Stop
6. File Serial NumberStop recording or playing
  
 
 
 
 

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