Windows 10, 8 or 7 and 2016 to 2008 Server and a standard sound card.
Compatible MP3 Encoders
Although we suggest to use the Windows Media format, Loop Recorder is shipped with a basic MP3 encoder. To save MP3s with higher bitrates you need:
MP2: The commercial MP2-Codec QDesign MPEG ACM is recommended for professional usage in broadcasting companies, where the MPEG-Layer-2 format is common.
Archive Recording Disk Space
Temporary disk space: The Archive Recording mode requires at least 700 MB, better 1-2 GB (hourly saving).
Audio archive disk space: The archive recording produces audio data of 1.3 GB per day at a bitrate of 128 kBit/s (almost CD quality). That are 9 GB per week and 40 GB per month.
Realtime sound encoding: Your computer has to be fast enough to encode the data to WMA/OGG/MP2/MP3 in realtime. Otherwise the uncompressed data on the harddisk will continuously grow. For one source a Pentium 400 or better is recommended. Plus you should disable too extravagant screensavers.
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