goesproto.call wrote:Please let me know if this feature already exist and I overlooked it,
goesproto.call wrote:or there are work arounds to achieve the same effect.
kozikowski wrote:That would be the "surveillance mode" that Audacity doesn't have. It won't on-the-fly time stamp, either.
You would think there's no down side to those features, but you haven't had to deal with people trying to use Audacity for legal actions and law enforcement.
steve wrote:goesproto.call wrote:Please let me know if this feature already exist and I overlooked it,
No, this feature is not available in Audacity, so I've moved this topic to the "adding features" board.
Please note that Audacity does not record as a normal audio file. Audacity works with "projects" that comprise of a "project file" (.AUP file extension) plus lots of small audio data files (.AU file extension). To create a normal audio file from an Audacity project, you must "export" the audio to an audio file.
steve wrote:goesproto.call wrote:or there are work arounds to achieve the same effect.
If your computer supports running two recording applications at the same time (any recording application) then you may be able to automate recording and saving using an automation scripting application such as Autohotkeys. You could then run one recorder for an hour, then just before the hour is up, start the second recorder, then stop the first recorder and save the file. Then just before 2 hours is up, delete the first file and start recording again with the first recorder.
I'd guess a likely problem with this approach would be data congestion interrupting the recording while the previous recording is being saved.
goesproto.call wrote:Now to figure out how to trigger the recording, stopping and deleting via command lines.
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