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We are planning to upgrade to Creator 2010 and before doing so would like to know if anyone has experience recording audio from internet radio and then 'cleaning up' the recording?

 

- Will Creator 2010 allow the user to record directly from the sound card or do you need a microphone?

 

- Is there a limit to the length of a single track that can be recorded from internet radio?

 

- Does the Creator 2010's Sound Editor allow you to edit the sound tracks that you have recorded from internet radio?

 

- Does Creator 2010 automatically detect when an audio starts to begin the recording and separate it from any announcer's remarks?

 

Or would you recommend any other audio recording and editing software to record and edit internet radio recordings, such as Replay Radio, RadioTracker, or FairStars Recorder?

 

Any insight you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

mrmartin

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Will Creator 2010 allow the user to record directly from the sound card or do you need a microphone?

 

Do you have a dedicated Sound Card or a On-board sound, comes integrated on the Mother Board? What brand / make?

 

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Do you have a dedicated Sound Card or a On-board sound, comes integrated on the Mother Board? What brand / make?

 

cd

 

 

Onboard sound card on Dell Latitude E6400, Intel Core 2 Duo CPU T9900 3.06 GHz. IDT High Definition Audio Codec. Not sure of the brand/make of the motherboard.

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We are planning to upgrade to Creator 2010 and before doing so would like to know if anyone has experience recording audio from internet radio and then 'cleaning up' the recording?

 

1) Will Creator 2010 allow the user to record directly from the sound card or do you need a microphone?

 

2) Is there a limit to the length of a single track that can be recorded from internet radio?

 

3)Does the Creator 2010's Sound Editor allow you to edit the sound tracks that you have recorded from internet radio?

 

4)Does Creator 2010 automatically detect when an audio starts to begin the recording and separate it from any announcer's remarks?

 

5) Or would you recommend any other audio recording and editing software to record and edit internet radio recordings, such as Replay Radio, RadioTracker, or FairStars Recorder?

 

Any insight you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

mrmartin

 

1) You can record from your audio card/chip and probably speakers. A stand alone card is best but if you have a laptop, it should still work. (Note, I have a stand alone so I never tried capturing from an audio card). From "Help"

 

"Note: Some sound card drivers do not support the “Stereo Mix” or “Wave Mix Out” Input option (the name of this option varies depending on the sound card). This option captures analog audio (such as Internet radio). If you need it, check to see if an updated device driver is available for your sound card. You may also select Speakers from the Capture From drop-down list box to record the audio being played through your speakers."

 

I have no idea how good the audio will be if you select the speaker option but it will probably be better than what you hear on the laptop speakers.

 

2) No; you can capture one file or a series of files depending on silence between the audio.

3) Yes

4) No, Use Sound Editor; you should be able to see when the audio is voice only.

5) Your are kidding, right? or are you a shill for the other programs?

 

 

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1) You can record from your audio card/chip and probably speakers. A stand alone card is best but if you have a laptop, it should still work. (Note, I have a stand alone so I never tried capturing from an audio card). From "Help"

 

"Note: Some sound card drivers do not support the “Stereo Mix” or “Wave Mix Out” Input option (the name of this option varies depending on the sound card). This option captures analog audio (such as Internet radio). If you need it, check to see if an updated device driver is available for your sound card. You may also select Speakers from the Capture From drop-down list box to record the audio being played through your speakers."

 

I have no idea how good the audio will be if you select the speaker option but it will probably be better than what you hear on the laptop speakers.

 

2) No; you can capture one file or a series of files depending on silence between the audio.

3) Yes

4) No, Use Sound Editor; you should be able to see when the audio is voice only.

5) Your are kidding, right? or are you a shill for the other programs?

 

 

Many thanks for your response. Appreciate the time you have taken to provide us with your answers.

 

To #5 ... Yes, kidding. Not a good sense of humor. We have been Roxio users for many years now.

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