StepVoice Recorder 1.4

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StepVoice Recorder 1.4
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Version: 1.4
Size: 667 KB
Publisher: StepVoice.com
Date Added:
License [?]: Shareware (USD$14.95 to buy)
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 2000
Requirements: Pentium 300 MHz processor, Sound card.
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Publisher's Description of StepVoice Recorder

" Friendly audio recorder/player with MP3 file format support. "
- From StepVoice.com

StepVoice Recorder is software for real-time recording with MP3 file format support. It allows recording from any sound source, such as a microphone, line in or any sound currently playing on your PC (Internet radio, movie sounds, etc.). Real-time MP3 encoding saves both time and hard disk space, because you don't need to encode recorded sounds later. This feature is critical for long recordings. A wide range of MP3 bitrate settings allows you to vary sound quality from telephone (3.5 to 7.0 MB/hour) to CD (3.5 to 7.0 MB/minute). Thanks to recording visualizations you can easily adjust the volume level to get the best results.

Limitations in downloadable version

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recorder   |  audio   |  sound   |  mp3   |  microphone   |  tape   |  internet   |  radio   |  record   

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