- Can now add the sequence number to the recorded file name by using the %s option.
- Duplicate file names are no longer recorded over. For example if a duplicate is found a (2) is appended to the end of the file name.
- “Windows Audio Driver” is now the default driver, except for Windows XP users who do not have the “Windows Audio Driver” option and so the “Audio Driver” is their default.
- Users that use Firefox to record audio no longer need to worry about what Flash version they have when using the “Audio Driver”.
- Instructions now show how to turn off the system sounds if “Windows Audio Driver” is selected so system sounds are not recorded.
- Fixed a bug where Replay Music would no longer record if an illegal file name character is entered in the “Album” field.
- Fixed a bug where Replay Music would stop recording if a Unicode character appeared in a recorded file name when recording to the WAV format.
- Minor bug fixes.
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- Added a customized browser ideal when recording with the “Audio Driver”.
- Added a “Record from Browser” setting which allows a user to either select the Replay Music customized browser or the user’s default browser.
- If the “Record from Browser” setting is selected Replay Music will automatically check if any other browsers are open, and if not will automatically open the user’s preferred browser. This ensures that Replay Music is opened before a browser and allow the “Audio Driver” to work properly.
- When the browser is opened, Replay Music now checks to make sure that a compatible Flash version is installed for the “Audio Driver”. And if not, Replay Music will direct the user to the proper place to install it.
- ixed some registration bugs.
- Updated tagging system. Fixed a bug where sometimes some metadata wouldn’t save properly in MP3s.
- If user’s sound system is not set up properly they will be warned on how to fix it.
- Fixed a bug that some XP users were having regarding the MP3 encoder.
- Replay Music for XP users will now launch from Director.
- Replay Music for XP users will now launch from the “Launch” button in the installer.
- Added a new input source option for Vista and Win7 users named “Auto” that automatically chooses the best driver for recording from your sound card.
- Added the Flash Player install link to the hints for users who are having problems with the “Audio Driver”.
- Users are now able to right click on the Edit metadata fields and select “Cut”, “Copy”, “Paste”, “Select All”
- Fixed other minor bugs.
– Fixed a bug that prevented the editing of track numbers.
– Improved tagging. Faster and more accurate. Now only needs about 90 seconds of a song in order to tag.
– Will now tag tracks in any language supported by the Operating System.
– Manually editing a track sends the tag information to the database for updating.
– New and improved registration system.
– Updated installer to resolve issue when using Windows Audio Driver.
– Improved Windows Audio Driver.
– Now works with Google Chrome.
– Added option to choose from two different tagging methods – Using GENPUID and not using GENPUID.
– Fixed a Variable Bit Rate recording bug.
– New registration system.
– Resolved core audio driver problem.
– Bug fix to address tagging issue with new installs.
– New user interface
– Added another audio driver option called “Windows Audio Driver” which uses the core audio libraries included in Vista and Win7. Users who have a difficulty with the original audio driver should use this option, for instance if they don’t get a signal or experience skipping. This option is only available for Vista and Win7 users.
– MP3 files are now tagged with album art.
– Album art can also be edited in Replay Music’s edit dialog.
– Added an “Open folder” option that can be used when a user right clicks on a recorded track.
– Added new entries in the hints which explains about the new driver and album art tagging capability.
– “Tag with Template” feature has been enhanced to improve track tagging.
– Bug fixes.