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Recorder button 05 Nov 2018 21:19 #1

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Where is the wav-file stored when useing record button?
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Recorder button 05 Nov 2018 21:36 #2

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C:\Users\computer-name\AppData\Local\Expert Electronics\ExpertSDR2\voice
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Recorder button 06 Nov 2018 07:27 #3

Hi!

I was wondering if it is possible, to add 2 more (total of 3) recordings and have possibility of assigning them in E-Code
Instead of using N1MM in contest for playing Your Call , 59 15, 73!
It would be nice to have such feauture, because voice from ExpertSDR goes through TX EQ...
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Recorder button 06 Nov 2018 16:04 #4

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Sorry Your hint did not work!
I am using win 10
Is it a Wav-file?
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Recorder button 06 Nov 2018 16:10 #5

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Well I will use the recording to save to disk and in the future play them and listen to the voice of amateurs I have talked to.

Nice to listen to them and remember the nice tays after they gone away :dance:
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Recorder button 06 Nov 2018 16:38 #6

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Quite right. And if you want to make a recording and easily preserve it so that it is not overwritten by subsequent recordings, install AutoHotKey.

The syntax is FileMove, C:\File C:\Users\MB1\AppData\Local\Expert Electronics\ExpertSDR2\voice\tranceiver0.wav, C:\File C:\Users\MB1\AppData\Local\Expert Electronics\ExpertSDR2\voice\wav1.wav ; Rename a single file.

Use a TaskBar shortcut to AHK, make the recording, press the button and it is saved with a timestamp.

Note that "tranceiver0" is correct - an accidental mis-spelling of "transceiver" in ESDR2

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Recorder button 18 Jan 2019 19:50 #7

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OK Erik!
I am using this solution:


Download ExpertCV filename: ExpertVC_installer_1.0.1.exe
It is a converter!
Then You find "tranceiver0" and "tranceiver1" in my case "C:\Users\Folke\AppData\Local\Expert Electronics\ExpertSDR2\voice"
You start ExpertVC and tell the program where the source file is located and where You like to have the target.
in microseconds it is converted and You can listen in a soundplayer.

Rgds
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Recorder button 18 Jan 2019 22:31 #8

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Yes, we all know it. But each new recording over-writes the last. I was explaining how to preserve recordings and make a catalogue of them for future listening.

Erik.
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