I am using Audacity 2.0.5 (the exe installer) in Windows XP to record DAB radio via the Line-In blue port on my PC with a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable.
This all works perfectly though. The PC is brand new and only a few months old.
It’s a Dual-Core G620 processor running at 2.6Ghz with 4GB RAM - Windows XP only sees 3.5GB.
My question is this.
Is it at all possible to run a script of some sort in Windows so that the PC can automatically start to record whatever is playing using Audacity at a set/given time and then stop recording at a set/given time?
Grateful for any advice as to whether this can be done or not.
You actually will need this scheduler, Edgar’s version gives only the possibility to record for a certain time, but not when the recording will be started. However, it provides automatic file names, such that the previous file won’t be over-written.
I presume that you mean this: Audacity Remote Controll download | SourceForge.net
That’s not our product. You’ll have to ask developer of that application.
It does not appear to have been updated since 2005 so there’s no guarantee that it is supported by anyone and may not work with the current version of Audacity (assuming it ever worked - there are no reviews and only 7 downloads registered on Sourceforge).