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About Minutes of Meeting Recorder

This program helps you record and summarize your meetings.

Built-in sound recorder offers real-time OGG compression and features transcription playback mode, editor for making cut-outs, ETP positioning bar, mouse wheel support and a selection of keyboard shortcuts with the most important controls accessible in off-focus mode.

The range of available sound qualities starts with 8-bit mono sound sampled at 11KHz and ends with high quality 16-bit stereo sound sampled at 192KHz.

The program provides rich-text fields enabled with basic formatting options so you can easily write a meeting summary with subject, date and place, present people, agenda, actions and closure. Both your text notes and sound recordings are saved to the same meeting file that you can easily share.

Additionally, the program can export meeting notes to an RTF file and recordings to WAV, OGG or MP3 files. Meeting file size can go up to 2GB which gives you plenty of recording time depending on the chosen quality.

The following tables show some estimates on how big an uncompressed meeting file will be depending on the chosen quality and length of recording.

8-bit mono recording:
  44KHz - CD quality 22KHz - radio quality 11KHz - telephone quality
15 minutes
38MB
19MB
9.5MB
30 minutes
76MB
38MB
19MB
1 hour
152MB
76MB
38MB
2 hours
304MB
152MB
76MB
12 hours
1.82GB
912MB
456MB

16-bit stereo recording:
  44KHz - CD quality 22KHz - radio quality 11KHz - telephone quality
15 minutes
152MB
76MB
38MB
30 minutes
304MB
152MB
76MB
1 hour
608MB
304MB
152MB
2 hours
1.22GB
608MB
304MB
3 hours
1.82GB
912MB
456MB

Notes:
  - if your microphone can not pick up meeting discussion try to find one designed for conferences
  - single meeting file size can not exceed 2GB
  - if you are recording to meeting file with audio compression and the result is chunky that means your computer does not have enough power for performing real-time compression; it can also happen on more powerful computers if during recording you perform some other tasks that require intensive CPU and/or hard disk engagement.

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