Discussion in 'Software Q&A' started by suniltr77, Oct 18, 2006.
How to record sound for more than 60 sec. in the Sound Recorder of Windows XP.
don't use windows sound recorder try audacity its free & is also used by professionals
audacity is your answer
It is Given in DIGIT DVD/CD of previous months!!!
Try these instead:
>Alis Recording Tool
>nero wav tool
None of these are my answer.I knew these.I want the tweaking tricks.If somebody knows,pls answer.
Read your first post! You asked about recording a sound, didn't you?
Those replies were right.
btw, what are tweaking tricks? Be specific.
Ya! blueshift is right. Be specific
As I guess, he wants a trick to record sound for more than 60 seconds using Windows Sound Recorder.
sunil, you can't do that using SR in XP. Read more here
I suggest u try other softwares mentioned in this thread.
Thank U Blueshift.I got my answer.I am sorry that my point was not clear to the readers.
You could also try Goldwave
as u asked abt recording sound in windows XP
u can use Avrack player to record sounds ......
we usually record our silly talkings among the frends by using this software
so u can try thiss .......
u can use head phones to record ur own voice ....
Should read this as mentioned above
Just opened the sound recorder in vista. Seems like the bug has been sorted out in vista and i was able to record for quite some time.
Problem is not with Freeware(LINUX),but with the complexity of operation,installation,etc.May be you live in a better environment,but not all have the facility of taking help of expertise as well as bandwidth.
GNU/Linux is not freeware,but it Free Libre Open Source Software(FLOSS) as u can modify the source which is supplied and distributed.the Licence which holds this is GPL.
hence not freeware,but free software.read more about Open Source and FLOSS here in wikipedia.
and freeware is
So use FLOSS,support this thriving futurisitc idea.use GNU/Linux.
you cn use jet audio also,a long records can b taken here
Well well well Click on the record button when it is going to be 60 min...
another audacity user in here!!
First record till 55 or more seconds then stop nad do again it will extend 60secc more.Follow the same steps
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