If you are looking for a voice recorder that can record audio continuously and skips the silence and can run for 4 hours unattended, then I think you should look into Smart Voice Recorder. It meets your requirements of,
Can run for 12 hours
Is able to record in background even when display is off (make sure you have enough disk space on your ...
A tool with a very good reputation is Audacity, it's an open source project.
You can choose the input source for recording.
The stream will be stored uncompressed in several small files. This will use much disk space, but is an advantage if you want to edit the sound, e.g. to filter noise.
After the work is done, you can export the whole project as MP3 or ...
Any program (Windows Sound Recorder, Sound booth, audacity etc) that records audio can record sound from windows, you just need to know how to set windows up.
You are not really looking for another screen recorder that will work, but rather how to get to record audio.
I use HyperCam and CamStudio, both free, they record video and audio.
I when through ...
If you can use a laptop rather than a mobile then you could do this with python + pyaudio. The Record sample looks like:
"""PyAudio example: Record a few seconds of audio and save to a WAVE file."""
CHUNK = 1024
FORMAT = pyaudio.paInt16
CHANNELS = 2
RATE = 44100
RECORD_SECONDS = 5
WAVE_OUTPUT_FILENAME = "output.wav"
p = ...
QuickTime player can do what you want.
File > New Recording
Once you're happy with it (eg re-record or trim it) save it then do
Edit > Add Clip to End and select the existing recording to be added.
Save/export as required
Further info: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201066
I'm not aware of any app meeting all your criteria. There are a variety of "secret video" apps that purport to offer discreet recording, such as Secret Video Recorder HD, but you would probably have to try them to see if they are discreet enough for your needs.
The most difficult criteria you mention is live upload. Video takes up a lot of bandwidth and ...
If I understood correctly what your need is, this can be easily done in PowerPoint.
To Add the audio file to the slideshow:
On the Insert tab, select Audio, and then Audio on My PC.
In the file explorer, locate the music file you want to use and then select Insert.
On the Playback tab, select Play across slides, select Start -> "automatically," and check ...
Assuming that you are using Windows, I personally used CamStudio in the past. It has features such as annotations, watermarks, cursor and other effects, auto pan, etc., and is free to use. It will also allow you to record your microphone.
VLC media player
Free and open-source
Windows, macOS and Linux are supported
Graphical, there might be a CLI way of doing the steps listed below, though
I couldn't figure out how to play the stream while saving it to a file. You might want to ask this as a separate question on SU or in the VLC forums.
In the menu click 'Media', then 'Open Capture ...
Just after posting the question, I found them thanks to Archive.org's Wayback Machine:
i can't guarantee that it works with your phone but i guess your best chances would be with Call Recorder from axet.
it has several cool features:
you can choose the source for recording (Auto, System Default, System RAW, Voice Line or Mic), since the audio-streams are handled different from phone to phone. - if it seems to not work, simply try & error....
I recommend ShareX
It is free and open source.
To setting it up, go to Task Setting > Capture Screen Recorder > Screen recording options, select video source and audio source.
By default it is using your microphone, but if you want to record internal sound, you can click install recorder devices. This will install virtual audio capturer, so it will record ...
You can set a trigger (decibel level) above which sounds are recorded.
MP3 files are then automatically saved as "YYYY-MM-dd hhmmss.mp3", where hhmmss is the time at which recording began.
Windows program (indeed it seems to be available only for Windows).
Nice to have:
Unfortunately, it is not free. Free 30-day trial, ...
I have used Call Recorder (IntCall) app and it seems to work great. It works for iOS and Android-enabled device.
It can record both outgoing and incoming calls. Since Apple got some restrictions for that kind of apps, the recording is archived via merging the calls. It is not free, but worth to try.
I have successfully used it to record the scammers. The ...
If you search using the terms "soundwave art," you'll find a number of programs, both online and offline that will generate images from audio sources.
The result is what could be considered a line graph, in any number of standard image formats.
I opened Audacity, a free audio editing program and loaded Hal9000 saying "I'm sorry, Dave" then chopped it down ...
I use Cubase which is good but not cheap. There are GNU projects trying the FOSS equivalent of Cubase that you can look at. Then you can get a plugin and many effects. I think that your question might be better suited for https://sound.stackexchange.com/
SC-OS2 or Spy Camera OS 2 is a free (with donation version) camera/video app that will allow you to take pictures and record while your phones screen is off, blacked out, in the background or on any app. It has a small and see through GUI so it can be used inside apps. Buttons on the GUI and physical buttons on your phone are used to start video and capture ...
Total Recorder Pro may meet your requirements, although it appears for Windows machines only. Here's one segment of the description to meet your requirement for markers:
Use Cue-sheet files. Total Recorder lets you create cue-points, which can be used for splitting a file afterwards. These cue-points can be created manually, for example to make a bookmark ...
Possible solutions to the above:
i) When the stream contains metadata ( SHOUTcast or Icecast formats ) there is software that can actually leverage this information and chunk up the stream into individual tracks ( example 'streamripper', 'StreamRipStar' ...) complete with artist and title info incorporated into the filenames for each track.
ii) When the ...
The sox man page gives an example script for extracting each channel from a file into its own file. Basically it ends up doing (in reverse order)
sox all_tracks.wav all_tracks-01.wav remix 01
sox all_tracks.wav all_tracks-02.wav remix 02
sox all_tracks.wav all_tracks-03.wav remix 03
Here's the script from the man page. Pass it the name of the input ...
FFMPEG can split, merge (down mix) and concatenate audio, (and video), tracks including multi-track audio files from the command line or a batch/script file.
It can also convert between the majority of formats.
Free, gratis & open source
Able to handle large files
There are some very good audio channel manipulation ...
You can do this in Python. Here is an example using sounddevice.
Below example records audio from microphone for #seconds as per variable duration which you can modify as per your requirements.
Same contents are played back using standard audio output (speakers).
This code can be scripted and played in a loop.
More on this over here
I have a smartphone from BQ with the BQ camera app version 4.12.5, which also seems to be available for everyone. I just tested it and there is definitely sound (distorted) while playing back a slow motion video.
The app mentions that it is based on the Camera2 API from Google. Maybe other apps also being based on that API offer the same functionality.
You can do this with OpenCV in one of several languages but OpenCV 3 has a demo in python called peopledetect.py which would probably be a very good starting point, there are also lots of demos of capturing from the web cam. You could have a modified version of that demo run once every 5 minutes and create a web page with a percentage chance that the room ...
If you are looking to record output audio instead of microphone (basically speaking you asking How to Record the Sound Coming From Your PC)
This can all be done with software. No, you don’t even need to connect your computer’s audio output to its audio input with an audio cable to do this — although that is an option. Check this link out http://www....
You can try AudoEditMagic. The newest version release was in 2007, which makes it meet your low memory system requirements. Features:
Low system requirements (functions with 166MHz Pentium processor)
Windows 7 and earlier
Fairly easy to use
Simple editing with predefined and custom presets
Noise reduction tool
Free trial, and paid full version
Here's a ...