Various Sagebrush programs are able to record and play MP3, but only if you already have an ACM MP3 audio codec installed on your computer, which was common during Windows XP but less likely in later versions of Windows. We do not bundle an MP3 encoder with our products because the technology is covered by [...]
Previously we described how to run RecAll-PRO, RecAll, and other Sagebrush programs on Ubuntu Linux, using the free open-source Wine software library. Here we show how to do the same thing with MacIntosh running OS X on an Intel CPU. The easiest way to install Wine on OS X is with WineBottler. Download and install [...]
Remember when voice recording was hard? Rare? A special event? Cost money? Required special hardware? Full size ad at Vintage Ads. More ads and hardware photos at Pinrepair. Recording on YouTube. (hat tip BoingBoing) Related Posts: Recording in the News Anniversary of BetaMax Decision
Although developed for Windows, Recall-PRO can be executed on the Linux operating system using the free Wine software compatibility layer. RecAll-PRO + Wine should also work on other flavors of Linux, but for the purposes of this article we focus on Ubuntu because of its current popularity and for the simple reason that some of [...]
The MRU (Most Recently Used) section of a Files menu shows files that were recently opened by an application. The default Windows way of displaying file names is to omit file extensions. This can become confusing when the application can handle several different file extensions. As an example, how do you distinguish between MP3 and [...]
RecAll-PRO version 1.0 was released ten years ago today. A spin-off from standard RecAll with many advanced features, PRO became our best-selling public software product within a few months, and has remained so to this day. Related Posts: Happy Birthday First Product
News item from last month: A teen suspect’s snap decision to secretly record his interrogation with an MP3 player has resulted in a perjury case against a veteran detective and a plea deal for the teen. … [via Schneier] The discussion on Schneier’s blog for this item (and most others) is worth reading.