Quick Record

Feb 9, 2014 at 3:51pm

Quick Record

I have been using the (convenient) quick record from the extras menu. Are there any reasons not to use this in place of things like sfrecord etc.? That is to say, does “quick” also have a negative quality connotation here?

Feb 10, 2014 at 4:37am

Well, actually “Quickrecord” is just a Max patch built around the [sfrecord~] object..(try opening quickrecord and deactivate presentation mode, and you’ll see).

So, it’s just a matter of convenience: choose if you want to implement and personalize sfrecord~ into your patch or use quickrecord (which is very very comfortamble, I agree!)

Feb 14, 2014 at 10:54pm

Hi. Ok that’s fine – it actually is sfrecord~. Thanks for the info.

Feb 17, 2014 at 9:31pm

Quick Record is a GNOME board applet that makes one-click documenting of real-time songs or conversation possible. For example, if you pay attention to stereo (with a stereo card, not Internet stereo with Actual Gamer etc.) on your computer you may want to automatically record some system. With Quick Record you can just simply select the applet so you won’t reduce a second of the system. You can also determine a prerecord shield so also a couple of a few moments of songs before just click is stored.



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