Wave Recorder is a simple audio recorder. See Wave Recording for the feature list and usage hints.
Wave Recorder is invoked by selecting "File->Record Wave" menu item or by pressing
the Record Wave button on the main window toolbar.
Prepare button prepares the disk file for immediate recording. If you do not use temporary files for recording (see Setting Options), you will be asked for a filename. Use this button if you do not want any delays after pressing Record button.
Record button starts recording. If you do not use temporary files for recording (see Setting Options), you will be asked for the filename.
Pause pauses recording process until you press Record again to resume. After resuming, you continue recording the sound from the current position.
Stop stops recording.
Windows Mixer calls Windows Mixer for adjusting the recording level.
Samples Per Sec combo box selects the sampling frequency of the recorded file.
Bit per Sample - you can set up the amount of bits per sample using these radio buttons.
Channels - select a mono or stereo file you want to record.
Meter bars - allows you to see sound level while recording to adjust recording level.
Meter checkbox turns meter bars on or off . Usually no other application can record sound when it is checked.
Help button brings up this page of help file.
Done button closes Wave Recorder and loads the recorded wave into Wave Window.
Cancel aborts the recording. If you have recorded sound into a temporary file, it will be deleted.
Note: If you intend to use recorded file only in the current version of WIDI, there is no need to record it with quality higher than 16 bit stereo 22050Hz.