What's new in this version
Stereo recording with 16-bit sampling up to 192KHz
This version brings several improvements to
quality of your recordings. Now you can record stereo sound with 16-bit
sampling and up to 192KHz while before you were limited to 8-bit mono
recordings up to 44KHz. Of course, with higher sound quality parameters
meeting files become bigger for the same length of recording. Pay
attention to these parameters when creating new meeting files.
What was new in version 4.4
Compatibility with Vista's Sound and Volume Mixer dialogs
Vista handles audio in somewhat different way
than previous versions of Windows. Most notably each audio program
installed on the computer got its own volume slider in Volume Mixer
dialog. Minutes of Meeting Recorder is now fully compatible with all
those changes so you can use it on Vista computers without problems.
What was new in version 4.3
Importing WAV/MP3/OGG files
If you have some audio files that you want to include
meeting file the program will allow you to do that through this import
option. You can import as many files as you want into a single meeting
file knowing that each one of them will appear as the new audio
section. Supported audio formats for importing are WAV, MP3 and OGG,
and you will find the option in the File menu. You should note that
direct conversion between two compressed audio formats is not possible
so if you are working with a compressed OGG meeting file you will not
be able to import MP3 files directly into it.
Run without tray icon
With so many icons taking place in the tray area of the taskbar these days you might want to change the way Minutes of Meeting Recorder behaves and make it work as a standard Windows program without the tray icon. To do that you just have to enable "Run without tray icon" option in the program's settings.
What was new in version 4.2
Transcription playback mode
This unique operation mode is designed to make
transcribing recorded material easier. With option enabled playback
first goes for some time, then it pauses automatically and finally
rewinds a little bit to start a new cycle. The idea is to minimize
interaction with the program while transcribing. You can adjust all
parameters for this mode so with some experimenting you should be able
to find the winning combination - in ideal case you would just start
the playback once and type everything in a single pass.
Temporary folder location
While the program is working it has to create some temporary files. By default, those temporary files are saved to the same folder where meeting files are saved. Now you can change the location for temporary files and set it to either temporary folder used by the Windows itself (system) or any other folder you want (custom). Setting a custom folder is a good option when you have additional hard drive with plenty of free space.
What was new in version 4.1
Exporting meeting notes and audio
What was new in version 4.0
Real-time OGG Vorbis audio compression
Compress/Decompress Meeting File