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Complete Version history / Release notes / Changelog for Total Recorder


Version 8.6 (released on October 27, 2015)

Total Recorder is compatible with Windows 10 now.
Other minor enhancements.


Version 8.5 (released on October 17, 2013)

Total Recorder is compatible with Windows 8.1 now.
Other minor enhancements.


Version 8.4 (released on October 17, 2012)

Total Recorder is compatible with Windows 8 now.
Ability to specify whether Total Recorder should execute scheduled jobs in a minimized or normal window.
Monkey's Audio (APE) support libraries updated to the latest version (version 4.11).
Other minor enhancements.
In addition to normalization of a full file, now it is possible to normalize a selection.
Ability to edit recent URL list.
Other minor enhancements.
Minor enhancements.


Version 8.3 build 4370 (released on July 15, 2011)

Support for MPEG-4 and 3GP files (*.mp4, *.m4a, *.3gpp, *.3gp, *.3g2, *.3gp2) with AAC audio streams (Windows 7 only).
Support for playback of MOV (Apple QuickTime) files with AAC audio streams (Windows 7 only).
The following tag fields are now supported for all types of files: "Album Artist", "ISRC", and "beats per minute".
Optionally, add the recording's start time to the file tag.
Other minor enhancements.


Version 8.2 build 4100 (released on October 17, 2010)

* You can schedule jobs on multiple days of the week.
* Other minor enhancements.

* The new free-of-charge Streaming Add-on allows you to transfer an audio being played back or captured by Total Recorder over a local network or the Internet in real time.
* You can listen to audio being captured from a sound board.
* The Send to iTunes/iPod Add-on allows you to set the "Store position" and "Exclude from shuffle" options when sending files to iTunes/iPod.
* Other minor enhancements.

* Now you can copy the current frame to the Clipboard.
* A range of video streams in FLV files supported by Total Recorder became wider.
* Other minor enhancements.


Version 8.1 build 3900 (released on March 5, 2010)

* You can adjust the playing volume and recording level using hot keys.
* The recording state is displayed on Total Recorder's icon in the Task Bar or System Tray.
* A new command line parameter supports the "Jump to time" feature.
* Other minor enhancements.


Version 8.0 build 3750 (released on October 28, 2009)

* A new kernel-mode filter driver is introduced. This new driver simplifies the settings for recording in software mode and resolves some of the problems with older types of Total Recorder drivers.
* Improvements to the user interface include the following:

o A new skin engine. One default skin is supplied, which you can choose to use for many of the Total Recorder windows.
o Total Recorder's main window has been redesigned, and it can now be resized.
o The "Recording source and parameters" dialog and dialog for format selection, are restructured.
o Many other improvements.
* Support for audio files in Monkey's Audio (APE) format.
* Ability to specify a pre-defined recording level for recording from a sound board. This level is automatically set when a recording starts and the original level is restored when the recording completes.
* Enhancements to playlist operations include the ability to find duplicates in a playlist and to sort playlist items based on their track numbers.
* After a system re-boot, Total Recorder’s scheduler now looks for jobs that missed their start time or were executing, and launches them.
* Artwork is stored in Ogg Vorbis files based on official specifications
* Other minor enhancements.


Version 7.1 build 3540 (released on Mach 5, 2009)

* Total Recorder is compatible with Windows 7 Beta (32-bit and 64-bit) now.
* The error preventing the Scheduler service from correct work is eliminated (getting message "The Scheduler service is not properly configured. Do you want to restore it?" at launching the Scheduler).
* Other minor errors are fixed.


Version 7.1 (released on October 23, 2008)

* Windows Vista 64-bit is fully supported with the introduction of the 64-bit version of Total Recorder's kernel mode driver.
* The user interface for working with tags has been redesigned. Support for tags has also been extended with the following enhancements:
o Support for artwork in tags.
o Total Recorder can read ID3v2 tags for all versions (version 2.2, 2.3, and 2.4).
* Ability to play multichannel audio files in stereo, provided that an appropriate audio codec is installed.
* Statistics, including the total duration and the total size for selected files in a playlist, are now available.
* Minor enhancements for the built-in scheduler, including the following:
o Tooltips have been added to the list of scheduled jobs so that the main characteristics of each job can be displayed without opening additional dialog boxes.
o The restriction where you could not schedule more than one job at the same time has been removed.
* Other minor enhancements.
* Favorites are now supported by Total Recorder. Similar to the favorites you use in a browser, such as Internet Explorer, you can do the following:
o Add a file, playlist, or URL to your Favorites list.
o Open an item from your Favorites list in Total Recorder.
o Import and export favorites.
o Maintain a history of favorites.
* Play an audio file or a video file at a slower or faster speed than normal while optionally preserving the original tone.
* The process and the ability to capture a URL for background recording have been enhanced.
* New buttons have been added to the toolbar on the Sound Image panel.
* Many other enhancements.


What's New in Total Recorder V7.0
Total Recorder is now supplied with a new kernel-mode driver:
- This makes Total Recorder fully compatible with Windows Vista (32-bit);
- It also resolves the problem of sound distortion due to incompatibility with Direct Sound. In particular, this resolves the problem of using Total Recorder with Skype 3.x

New features implemented in Total Recorder V7.0:

for Standard Edition
- Ability to export/import Total Recorder's configuration settings or scheduled jobs. This feature is useful if you need to reinstall your system, move Total Recorder from one computer to another, or you would like to have a backup copy.
- Renaming of files from a playlist using tag information.
- Higher speed and better file compression when encoding files to FLAC format due to the use of the latest version of FLAC sources.
- Other enhancements.

for Professional Edition
- All updates which are included in the Standard Edition.
- Playback and background recording (capturing) of Internet-broadcasts in MP3, WMA, and Ogg Vorbis formats .
- Time Shift feature. This feature lets you record an audio file and listen to it (from any position) while the file is being recorded.
- Support for CUE-sheet files.Total Recorder lets you create cue-points, which can be used for splitting a file afterwards. Cue points can be created manually (e.g. to make a bookmark in a sound file), or automatically during a recording session (based on pause reduction, changes of clip info in an external player, etc.), or while capturing an Internet transmission and the information about a track changes.
- Other enhancements.


High Criteria Announces Total Recorder V6.1

High Criteria Inc. Announces the Immediate Availability of Total Recorder Professional Edition, Total Recorder Standard Edition and Total Recorder Developer Edition, Versions 6.1.

December 6, 2006, Toronto, Canada

High Criteria Inc, a world leader in computer audio recording systems, today announced the immediate availability of new versions of its flagship product, Total Recorder.

The Standard Edition, Professional Edition and the Developer Edition have all been upgraded to Version 6.1 and a new Video AddOn is now available for Professional and Developer Edition users.

In addition to other standard maintenance, Total Recorder V6.1 Standard Edition offers a number of new features including:

* Total Recorder now supports playlists in M3U, PLS and WPL format. Please see Using playlists tutorial for more information on this new feature.
* A scheduled job can be started while your computer is in standby or hibernate mode.

In addition to maintenance and the new features added to Standard Edition, Version 6.1 of the Professional and Developer Editions includes the following changes:

* The new Video Add-on allows you to play, record, and edit video files in AVI format. You can record from a video device plugged into your computer, such as a camera, or you can capture video from your screen. You also can schedule a recording from your favourite video services and websites.
* Total Recorder can execute a command line after a file has been recorded or after a recording session has completed. This feature is available when recording in split mode and for a scheduling recording.
* In addition to the ability to shut down your computer when an automatic job completes, you can now have your computer put in standby or hibernate mode.
* Ability to save a stereo file as a mono file with channel mixing. This can be used, for example, to save the left and right channels of a stereo file to separate mono files.
* Total Recorder can merge multiple files into a single file. A period of silence can be inserted between the files or a fading effect can be applied to the files during a merge.
* You can use batch processing to split a number of files.
* You can select whether you want a file permanently deleted or moved to the Recycle Bin when you delete the file.
* A number of other maintenance enhancements

In addition to maintenance and the new features added to Professional Edition, Version 6.1 of the Developer Editions includes the following features:

* You can obtain the source code for the symbolic language (similar to Visual Basic) that corresponds to the interface operations you performed during your current Total Recorder session. The code can be appended with other useful information you can use to write applications to control Total Recorder. This feature can greatly facilitate writing your own code to control Total Recorder Developer Edition through COM technology.


High Criteria Announces Total Recorder V6.0

High Criteria Inc. Announces the Immediate Availability of Total Recorder Professional Edition, Total Recorder Standard Edition and Total Recorder Developer Edition, Versions 6.0.

May 12, 2006, Toronto, Canada

High Criteria Inc, a world leader in computer audio recording systems, today announced the immediate availability of new versions of its flagship product, Total Recorder.

The Standard Edition, Professional Edition and the Developer Edition have all been upgraded to Version 6.0.

In addition to other standard maintenance, Total Recorder V6.0 Standard Edition offers a number of new features including:

* Support for skins that allow the user to customize the look and feel of the user interface. There are several skins supplied with the program and there is also a free-of-charge Total Recorder Skin Design Tool that allows the user to develop their own skins.
* The Total Recorder sound driver has been enhanced and will now allow you to record several scheduled recordings at the same time
* "Monitoring mode" allows you to monitor sound signals passed through Total Recorder when it is not recording. You can preview the sound levels before you begin an actual recording.
* A new display facility allows users to see a consolidated display of the activities of all audio applications running on the PC.
* Ogg Vorbis is now supported through a free-of-charge Ogg Vorbis Add-On. This add-on is based on the latest Ogg Vorbis engine.
* A new Recording Wizard allows users to easily specify their recording settings. The Wizard can walk users through the setups for a variety of different recording scenarios.

In addition to maintenance and the new features added to Standard Edition, the Professional and Developer Editions of Version 6.0 includes the following changes:

* A Send to iTunes/iPod Add-on. This Add-on allows users to send files directly to an iPod or iTunes.
* Significant updates have been made to the sound image Window. Some of the improvements include the ability to alter the time scale, and the amplitude scale of the Window and the image may now be displayed in either amplitude form (as was previously provided) or in wave form.
* Additional options for Splitting audio files are provided.
* In the scheduler, you can now specify a time when Total Recorder will establish an Internet connection and then wait until the scheduled recording starts.
* The ability to insert periods of silence into a recording file.
* And a number of other maintenance enhancements


Version 5.3 includes the following changes:

* High quality formats are now supported. This includes high-quality PCM formats (up to 192kHz 24bit and float mono and stereo), high-quality FLAC formats (up to 192kHz 24bit mono and stereo), high-quality Windows Media Audio Lossless stereo formats (up to 96kHz 24bit), and the stereo formats of Windows Media Audio Professional codec.
* You can use the new free-of-charge Digital Mixer Add-on. This add-on allows you to mix a recording with another file or the contents of the Clipboard, record in mix-over mode (to add comments, for example), perform mixed software and sound board recording, and to save mixed sound streams separately. For more information, see the Digital Mixer Add-on overview.
* File name generation rules can now include the week number, job comments, or the day-of-week name. For more information, see the “Using the Generation Rule Dialogs” section of the Total Recorder Help facility.
* A new plug-in for capturing clip information from Windows Media Player is available that offers a number of advantages over the older version of the plug-in. The plug-in can capture clip information while the Windows Media Player window is not in a normal state (e.g. playing video clips in full screen mode). For more information, see “How to get and use clip info from an external player” and “Split Settings” in the Total Recorder Help facility.
* The Sound image window has been improved and additional controls, buttons, and displays have been added.


Versions 5.2. May 24, 2005

In addition to other standard maintenance, Total Recorder V5.2 offers a number of new features including:

* Support for the new Automatic Gain Control (AGC) and Speech Enhancement add-on. This add-on performs a number of functions designed to enhance recording of the spoken word. Functions include:
o Automatically controlling the sound level through digital algorithms.
o Correcting the dynamic range of spoken word recordings.
o Supression of background noise.
o A Voice Activity Detector (VAD) that will de-activate the AGC when speech is not detected.
* Total Recorder now supports the FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) compression codec.
* An automatic recording level adjustment that will attempt to set the optimal level for recording.
* The ability to exclude the loudest levels during normalization.
* Issues for users recording Skype sessions have been resolved in this new release. Skype users must update their Skype program to V1.1.0.79 or later and update to V5.2 of Total Recorder.
* You can now copy tag information from one file to another.
* The Options - Settings dialog has been updated and enhanced.

Both the Professional Edition and Developer Edition V5.2 have been enhanced with the following new features:

* A Pause-reduction feature has been added. This feature helps to reduce the duration of pauses which are present for example, between Internet radio programs.


Versions 5.1. February 14, 2005

In addition to other standard maintenance, Total Recorder V5.1 offers a number of new features including:

* Customization of the user interface lets you show Total Recorder in the System Tray, use Always on Top mode, and set up different views (Compact, Full, or Customized).
* Global hotkeys can be set up and used for various functions within Total Recorder regardless of whether it is running in the background, the foreground, or it is minimized and Multimedia keyboard keys can be used for global hotkeys and shortcuts.
* A drag-and-drop feature lets you open a sound file by dragging the file from Windows Explorer and dropping it onto Total Recorder’s main window.
* Presets can be used to store settings for your recording source and parameters. This allows you to quickly set the recording source and parameters as required.
* Total Recorder's scheduler is redesigned. The “Schedule item” dialog has been split into multiple tabs.

Both the Professional Edition and Developer Edition V5.1 have been enhanced with the following new features:

* Ability to display and work with a sound image in a separate window. For example, you can change the size and scale of a sound image.
* During a scheduled job, Total Recorder can automatically reconnect to an Internet transmission or restart a program when problems arise, such as the failure of a connection.
* A scheduled recording can be muted. This is useful when a recording is scheduled in the middle of the night and you do not want to be disturbed.
* Generation rules can be used for some file tag fields, such as the Comment field.




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