Recorder is an application that saves the audio being streamed on your PC to mp3.


A1: Only low quality mp3s can be made. The bitrate and sample frequency are fixed.
A2: Recorder costs $20. (Please also read the notes on the column to the right if you intend to purchase Recorder.)
A3: Select the options, such as which sound device and line to record from, volume and the file to save to, then press "Start Recording".
A4: The current settings can be found in the registry (Start->run->type "regedit"->click OK) They are listed under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE->SOFTWARE->Nimisis->Recorder (If you just installed Recorder and cannot find the registry, try restarting your computer.).
  • DEVICE changes the sound device from which sound will be captured.
  • LINE determines the specific line from the device to record from.
  • FILE sets the output mp3 file.
A5: Yes, but a couple of customers did report problems with the license validation and having the default directory for saving frames set to drive C:\, though these were resolved. (Note that the registry key on newer versions of Windows is: Computer->HKEY_USERS->[some guid]->Software->Classes->VirtualStore->MACHINE->SOFTWARE->Nimisis->Recorder (This can also be found using "Find" in regedit. If you just installed Recorder and cannot find the registry, try restarting your computer.)
A6: No, but there hopefully will be soon. A customer has reported being able to emulate Windows XP on Max OS X using a program called Parallels. VMWare should also do the trick.
A8: In short, yes. Contact us with details of what you need and we'll provide a quote.

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A computer and an internet connection.

Version 1.3 (released 01/04/08)

  • Return code for pages (e.g. 404 not found) are shown so doubles as a dead link finder.
  • Better link finding.
  • How far each page is from the front page ("depth") returned.


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