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Automatically Split Recordings


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The
Auto-Split feature allows you to specify a maximum length of time or maximum file size that can be achieved, at which point a new file

will be automatically created. This lets you split recordings into separate files that will fit onto CD's or other media without having to use an audio editor to split up recordings.



To use
Auto-Split, put a check-mark in the Auto-Split check box. To turn it off, uncheck it. Turning it off disables all of the related controls, turning it on enables the controls.

Select one of the
options to set what your maximum recording length or size will be. When your maximum is reached, the current recording will stop, a new file will be created and the recording will continue. This will occur repeatedly until your total recording length is reached, (specified by manual recording length or automatic recording length).



Create new file at the limit below settings

If you're going to put your
recordings onto an Audio CD that will play in any Audio CD player, home stereo, car, portable, etc., specify a maximum length of time. You can select the 74 or 80 minute standard Audio CD size options or select Custom length. For Custom length, enter the maximum number of minutes to record in the "Min." text box. (Only integers; whole numbers are allowed). Custom length can be used to specify a length that will fit onto any other media or a portable player.

If you're going to put your
recordings onto a Data CD, which will only be readable by a computer or a player that can read Data CD's, containing MP3's, etc., specify a maximum file size. You can select the 650 or 700 MB standard Data CD size options or select Custom file size. For Custom file size, enter the maximum MB, (megabytes) to record into the "MB" text box. (Only integers; whole numbers are allowed). Custom file size can be used to specify a size that will fit onto other media, such as DVD.



Auto-Split can be used in conjunction with Sound Activation.