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  • Audio-recorder project
    Registered by moma on 2011-01-17
  • We are developing and packaging a free audio-recorder for Linux. Please join to the team to help maintain this awesome software. This amazing program allows you to record your favourite music and audio to a file. It can record audio from your system's sound card, microphones, browsers, webcams & more. Put simply; if it plays out of your loudspeakers you can record it. It has an advanced timer that can: * Start, stop or pause recording at a given clock time. * Start, stop or pause after a time period. * Stop when the recorded file size exceeds a limit. * Start recording on voice or sound (user can set the audio threshold). * Stop or pause recording on "silence" (user can set the audio threshold and delay). The recording can be automatically controlled by MPRIS2-compatible media players. Ref: (MPRIS2 spec). --- Skype. It can also record all your Skype calls without any user interaction, but PLEASE NOTICE THE FOLLOWING: EDIT 10.august.2016: Microsoft has NOT YET implemented the Skype-API in the very latest Skype version. It cannot communicate with Audio-Recorder or any other desktop application due to missing DBus API. Ok? Ref: EDIT 03.mars.2019: I am planning to remove Skype-support from audio-recorder. --- This program supports several audio (output) formats such as OGG audio, FLAC, MP3 and WAV. It lets you choose a recording device like microphone, webcam, audio card output (record output of loudspeakers), etc. Please read the INSTALL and README files before compilation. The INSTALL file has a list of package dependencies. ---------------------- * PACKAGES FOR UBUNTU 15.x, 16.x, 17.x, 18.x, 19.x and LINUX MINT 18.x and 19.x. Ready-made packages for Ubuntu 15.x, 16.x, 17.x, 18.x, 19.x and Linux Mint 18.x, 19.x are available from: * OLDER PACKAGES FOR UBUNTU 14.10, 14.04 AND EARLIER UBUNTU VERSIONS: * INCLUDES PACKAGES FOR LINUX-MINT 13, 17, 17.x. Notice: This repository will not be updated after April 2015 ! Notice: Linux Mint 19.x is based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver). Linux Mint 18.x is based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus). Linux Mint 17, 17.1, 17.2 and 17.3 are based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr). Linux Mint 13 is based on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin).
    Created on 2012-12-04
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  • We are developing and packaging a free audio-recorder for Linux. Please join to the team to help maintain this awesome software. This amazing program allows you to record your favourite music and audio to a file.
  • Audio-recorder could not find configuration values (in dconf) and exited. * Trying to fix this by calling g_settings_ schema_ source_ lookup( ) with recursive=TRUE in dconf.c. File
  • All bugs Latest bugs reported. Bug #1854457: Option "autostart at login" should be off by default after installation. Reported on 2019-11-29 Bug #1838710: segfault on string compare
  • Audio Recorder has 1 active review. Audio Recorder has 3 active branches owned by 2 people and 1 team.
  • We are developing and packaging a free audio-recorder for Linux. Please join to the team to help maintain this awesome software. This amazing program allows you to record your favourite music and audio to a file.
  • Translation details. Launchpad currently recommends translating Audio Recorder trunk series. To see all the translation files that are waiting to be imported, please look at Audio Recorder import queue.
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  • I have Audio Recorder installed on Ubuntu 12.04, on a Desktop with different user accounts. I have been using one account to record Stereo Mix off the sound card output, to create audio files of a Morse code generator, which I upload to my web site. Somewhere along the way, something got scrambled and I no longer can record "stereo mix" off the sound card.
  • and install it, and start audio-recorder from command line. It might well work directly from the box because Linux-Mint is (was?) based on Ubuntu. Notice: Launchpad is compiling the version 1.3-3 at this very moment. So the latest .deb packages should be ready withing an hour or two. Audio-recorder needs PulseAudio (pure ALSA is not enough).
  • audio-recorder is great. I've been looking for an app that would do this for a long time. What I don't like is that every time I login, it appears in my panel. I only want it there if I start it manually (or it would be even better if it could be hidden like many other apps can be). How do I fix this? Quitting, or telling it not to display the icon work fine for one session, but it comes back ...
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  • Audio-recorder has been compiled and linked against those display libraries and it needs them to function. It is a GUI program. Nevertheless it is possible to control audio-recorder from a terminal window. Run audio-recorder --help and look for the -c, --command option.-c, --command option: Sends a command to the recorder.
  • 1432.By 林博仁(Buo-ren, Lin) on 2019-03-09 Implement snap packaging, snaps are universal linux packages. This patch implements the changes to package Audio Recorder as a snap.
  • By Launchpad Translations on behalf of audio-recorder 17 hours ago. Launchpad automatic translations update. 1591. By Launchpad Translations on behalf of audio-recorder on 2020-02-18. Launchpad automatic translations update. 1590. By Launchpad ...
  • Blueprints involving Audio-recorder. Launchpad lets projects track the features they intend to implement over the next few releases. We call each feature proposal a "blueprint", and it can be a single paragraph placeholder for the idea, or a full-blown development specification. Once a blueprint is in Launchpad, we can generate reports of the ...
  • Audio Recorder seems to ignore the start time argument for me. I click the "Save" button, and have the "Timer" checkbox checked, but whether I set the start time for 30 seconds or several hours in the future, no audio file is ever created, no audio is recorded. If I manually use the "Start Recording" button, however, it records just fine and heeds the instructions that come *after* start time ...
  • audio-record has stopped recording anything, it simply creates emptty .ogg or .mp3 files. It has been working brilliantly for many months but has just stopped working. I haven't changed anything on my computer, and have resorted to deleting audio-recorder and re-installling it I'm still recording from Internal Audio Analogue Stereo (Audio output) and trying with either .OGG or .MP3 format ...
  • This is probably marked as "Built-in Audio Analog Stereo (Microphone)" in the audio-recorder. The other device (alsa_output. pci-0000_ 00_1b.0. analog-stereo. monitor) is your sound card with loudspeakers. You can also record audio that goes to the loudspeakers.
  • Recently, audio-recorder no longer picks up sound from my microphone or from any other audio source. This is after working successfully. This is evident by no changes in the Vu meter with audio input and the resulting files having recorded no audio.
  • Audio-recorder is a program that uses the GTK3 toolkit and Gstreamer audio framework. GTK3 programs should also run on KDE-desktops. I have never seen or tested audio-recorder on KDE. KDE may have its own recording programs? Maybe audio-recorder is using a wrong device (audio source). Start audio-recorder.
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