- Added UPnP (Universal Plug ‘n Play) Server support.
- Dashes in filenames are now underscores (for UPnP Support).
- Added option to delete shows older than N days.
- Scheduling a show in demo mode now records even if it was entered
as an hour long show.
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- Show Summary now displays the split interval properly.
- Fixed erroneous warning message about mismatched drivers.
- When adding tracks to iTunes, now closes the iTunes connection
- Gives a better warning message when the user does a really short
recording and nothing is saved.
- Added an Enhanced Sound
Card Driver. The benefits: record at higher quality, eliminate
background noises, and support more sounds cards.
- “Test dial-up connection” button now works properly.
- Added option for “Overwrite last Recording”.
- Icon appears in task bar in Windows 2000 now.
- Setup Windows Sound Mixer button now works properly for Windows
- The Replay Tuner program closes when Replay Radio closes.
- Added a new AM Stereo quality setting – AM Stereo 32 Kbps 44.1
- Record Log has less repetitive data.
- iTunes no longer closes after a show is added to it.
- Added a “Duplicate Show” option.
- Some shows that play late in Pacific time now show the right
days when recorded in other time zones.
- Minimizing or restoring Replay Radio now minimizes or restores
the tuner app as well.
- Now supports an accessible registration screen for visually
- Esc key no longer closes Replay Radio with no warning.
- No longer any spaces in output files names — won’t mess up
- Mute While Recording option now works on Dell PCs.
- Optimize Mixer Volume feature enhanced for specific sound cards.
- Closes Opera Browser recording window after a recording is
- Show Summary screen now says “minutes” instead of “seconds”
for the “Split every” value.
- Now imports schedule files when upgrading from Replay Radio
4.x, Details are here.
- Fixes a problem where a complete list of available recording
sources doesn’t show when using some Sound Card models.
- Fixes problems where folders in settings no longer exist.
- Quick Record’s quality settings now output correctly.
This major upgrade has a host of enhancements.
If you purchased Replay Radio before April 15, 2004, then you’ll
need to purchase the upgrade from here.
- Changed to more reliable, driver-less recording system with
- Major usability enhancements, including a snazzy new look.
- Settings and Edit Show dialogs are better organized.
- MP3 output quality is better than ever.
- Recording from Line In and Microphone now converts to MP3 on-the-fly.
- Advanced recording options like dead air elimination are available
for Line In and Microphone as well.
- Gives a warning message when a scheduling conflict is detected.
- Added move up and move down buttons to better organize the list
- The Scheduled Shows list can be sorted by name or time of next
- Genre tag in MP3 files is now set to “other” — was “Blues”
- Can now force a specific player to appear using a path name
in the feed URL,
i.e.: “C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe” “mms://18.104.22.168/KGO_AM”
- Added Replay Tuner for cleaner tuning.
- The process for adding shows and stations is more intuitive.
- Added the track number to MP3 file tags.
- When naming files, the track number now appears just before
the .mp3 or .wav suffix — this makes sorting shows by filename
- Now makes .m3u playlist files for multiple track sessions.
- Wakes up your PC from standby or hibernation mode 30 seconds
before a scheduled recording session.
- New option to do splits at specified minutes past the hour.
- The tray icon changes when recording.
- Made URL field 512 characters long for super-long recording
- Can now pick several files to play or burn to CDs.
- Now makes both audio and MP3 data CDs.
- Now adds tracks to iTunes in the background and more reliably.
- Traps some tuning errors when IE browser is not set as default.
- Choosing folders is improved.
- CRN recordings now work OK.
- Initial setup uses a wizard process.
- Added a Do Not Record output option.
- Sometimes Windows Media Player or Real Player wouldn’t close
after a recording ends — now fixed.