Sermon Recorder is a program for recording sermons, speeches or anything else.
It has some special features, such as automatic filename creation with parameters, almost "dummy-resistant" and localized user-interface (currently English and German), commandline-call after recording stop and much more...
The recorded data is directly stream-encoded and written into the defined files, so the risk in case of a PC crash is minimized. The file name can be entered or changed throughout the whole recording. The recorded files are then renamed after recording stopped.
Ideas for new features and help concerning translation to more languages is welcome...
- Sermon recording from any of a PCs audio-inputs
- semi-automatic file name generation (with parameters)
- direct simultaneous recording to MP3 (2 different qualities/files at the same time) and WAV (2 separate files at the same time)
- automatic gain control (dynamic amplification)
- save complete setup for quick startup and zero configuration in the normal use case
- automatic splitting of sermons in several files (like an audio book)
- Commandline execution incl. parameters after recording stop e.g. for uploading recordings to a share, ftp,...
- New in v.0.8: ID3 Tag Genre and Album settable
- v.0.8.2: Bugfix in commandline call & new parameter %IS for initials of speakter's name(s)
Super easy to use! Almost exactly what I was looking for.
I was looking for a way to record Sermons in church. Both Traction and Audacity were far too complicated for our volunteer computer operators. Fortunately SermonRecorder came to the rescue, We now have all our recordings in a consistent naming format, with a consistent volume level and all saved to a consistent location, saving us much time and effort, all thanks to SermonRecorder.