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If you are a student who doesn’t happen to be using OneNote on a notebook computer or a Tablet PC then you might find Lecture Recorder to be just what you are looking for.  Lecture Recorder makes it easy to record lectures (or meetings) using any […]

Lecture_recorder_1If you are a student who doesn’t happen to be using OneNote on a notebook computer or a Tablet PC then you might find Lecture Recorder to be just what you are looking for.  Lecture Recorder makes it easy to record lectures (or meetings) using any available sound device on your PC and easily work with the recording.  There is a note pane for taking your notes alongside the recorder (I don’t believe it’s ink enabled but should work with the Tablet TIP) and the program provides a lot of options to customize your use of the tool.  Recordings can be made in OGG compressed format and there is a transcription playback mode to let you make notes easily from your recorded lectures.  The program is $19.90 and keeps both the recorded audio and text notes in the same file for ease of backing up your files.  You can also email your recorded audio and notes from directly in the program if you want to share with a friend.

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  1. Future Mini Online Trading Wednesday, May 4, 2005
  2. Hmm – you mentioned “if you are not using OneNote” – does OneNote do recording?

  3. Vidge, oh yes, and very well too. OneNote lets you record a meeting or lecture and take written notes at the same time. The cool part- it tags each note section with the proper point in the audio recording so in the future you tap the audio icon to the left of a particular meeting topic and hear the audio at EXACTLY THAT POINT. Incredibly powerful stuff.

  4. Guess it’s time to take another look at the recording function. I’ve been using OneNote but didn’t realize it was there.

  5. Musicmatch also has a great free, built-in MP3 recorder.

  6. Marlene Bradley Tuesday, August 2, 2005

    I don’t know if I’m breaking online etiquette or not. Please forgive me if I am. I wasn’t brought up on computerese.

    My daughter is going to Europe for the coming school year and wants to be able to record her lectures with clarity and be able to go to her room and replay them over and over again since they will be in a foreign language.

    She has a mac laptop. Do you know of any good quality lecture recorders that she could use with or without her computer?

    Thanks for your help,

    Her mom

  7. Marlene Bradley Tuesday, August 2, 2005

    I don’t know if I’m breaking online etiquette or not. Please forgive me if I am. I wasn’t brought up on computerese.

    My daughter is going to Europe for the coming school year and wants to be able to record her lectures with clarity and be able to go to her room and replay them over and over again since they will be in a foreign language.

    She has a mac laptop. Do you know of any good quality lecture recorders that she could use with or without her computer?

    Thanks for your help,

    Her mom

  8. I am trying to find a lecture recorder that has an adjustable time delay buffer so that when I hear a point in a lecture I wish to record I have say 30 seconds lead time to hit the record button on the software and capture what only what I want. I would call it an audio highlighter. Any thoughts?
    Thanks
    Christopher

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