By Data Enterprise Management
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RECORD, ORGANIZE AND SHARE
This is a fully functional lecture recorder that allows users to capture audio recordings of their courses in a format compatible with iTunes.
Lecture Recorder increases your productivity, integrating your course recordings in a well organized manner in iTunes.
- Share recordings on Mail, Messages, Notes, Airdrop
- Simple to use interface and controls
- Supports iTunes file sharing
- Save recording to MP3
- High quality recordings
- Pause and resume recordings
- Manage recordings: rename, delete and playback
- Access recordings in Finder
- Output format is compatible with iPods, iPads and iPhones and any other audio device
- Unlimited recording duration
- Optimized recording format
- Great and easy to use file organization
What's New in Version 2.5
-Voice activated recording
-Live mp3 recording
Move to trash works (sort of)
I just downloaded this program for some simple voice recordings. It is much easier to use than Garage Band for simple recordings and the files appear to be smaller. Seems to be a perfect solution to my needs.
For those who are worried about move to trash not working, don’t worry unless you want to eventually recover the file. I did a little checking and it appears that the audio file is buried deep in a sub-directory in the user home directory. When one clicks “move to trash” the file is apparently completely removed from the computer.
Good for recording BUT..
So the app itself is great, voice recording is loud and clear and you can even categorize everything. The price is just right especially since its simple to use. The problem is when I delete a file by clicking "move to trash" it doesnt actually put it in the trash. So if its not in the trash and its not in its original folder where did the file go? I believe there is a chance it gets stored somewhere else in my harddrive which is not cool since I dont have a huge harddrive and a compliation of lectures can take up A LOT of space. They should get this part fixed, but everything else is great and its worth the $0.99.
No input selection:
It isn’t listed as a feature, and perhaps I should have checked, but there is no option to change the input. If it is important to have a second mic, or a headphone mic, provide the audio, you won’t get that with this app.
Disappointing, because my mac doesn’t have a built in mic, so I can’t use the app at all.
I also noticed the same delete bug other reviewers mentioned, that would seem to be a problem for those who use the app more often. The sample audio file I made didn’t delete to my recycle bin, I don’t know where it is put.