Replay Converter 2.0

Replay Converter 2.0 was released today, with more support for iPod, FLV videos (like YouTube), more control over conversion settings, and more conversion options. It’s a free update for any current Replay Converter user.
Here’s what’s new:
– You can now change some of the target format settings such as bit rate, frame rate, and frame size. If you go into Replay Converter’s settings under “Options” and check the “Edit Target Format Before Starting Conversion Job”.
– Added the ability to convert to M4a AAC audio format.
– Added the ability to convert to M4b AAC audio format. This is the iPod Audiobook format, which lets you set bookmarks in large audio files when listening on your iPod.
– Added the ability to convert to a PC version MPEG-4 video format.
– Added the ability to convert to 3GP video format. Many mobile phones support this format.
– Replay Converter now reports an error if you try to convert a file with the same format in the same folder.
– Target file names are not always in lower case.
– Drop-down box for selecting the profile contains more visible options.
– Improved conversion of FLV files.
– Corrected the unexpected behavior of going into Options and then exiting, where the Target Format profile went back to the default.
– Target Format profile now sticks even when re-starting Replay Converter.
– Plays a sound after conversion job is successful.
– New command line options. Replay Converter can be run from DOS batch files or third party programs.

Replay AV 7.3

– Added ability to record from SlingBox devices via At-Large Recorder.
– Added “disable keep-alive” option.
– Added support for Sirius channels in Media Guide.
– Updated tuner for new Sirius login screen.

At-Large Recorder 1.1

Besides renaming Replay SlingCorder to At-Large Recorder, there are some great new features from customer requests:
– New product name and graphics.
– Added option to turn off stream after recording ends.
– Now has remote interface for Replay A/V to allow advanced scheduling.
– After first use, At-Large Recorder can open SlingPlayer automatically if it’s not already open
– Now checks for product updates.
– Remembers SEND ENTER setting from previous session.
– Canceling a scheduled recording now properly updates status area.
– Now warns you if you quit when a recording is scheduled.
– Now shows a different icon in task bar when recording.
– No longer clears the browser cache when recording.
– Added shortcut keys:
Ctrl+R = Record button (Start, Stop)
Ctrl+P = Play Button
Ctrl+F = Files button
Ctrl+M = Minimize button
Ctrl+S = Settings button

Replay AV 7.22

– Fixed tuning for changes in Sirius login page. Now supports Howard Stern!!
– If “\” somehow becomes a folder, the folder picker no longer fails to operate.
– Clicking “Cancel” after manually stopping a recording now works as expected.
– Split At no longer fails to make m3u files.
– Increased max number of duplicate files to 256 from 100.
– URL Finder and Stream capture no longer show duplicate network adapters.
– Max retune time is now 600.
– Now ensures trailing slash added to folders picked in Settings, Sync and Settings, Folders.
– Stream Capture fixes an occasional problem not capturing entire length of a video clip.

At-Large Recorder 1.04

– Fixes problems with registration screen controls out-of-whack on some PCs.
– Further slows channel tuning to make it more reliable.

Replay Converter 1.1

– All buttons are now tabbable for easier access.
– Radio buttons can now be accessed properly with arrow keys.
– Added “Do Not Convert Audio in Video” check box.

Replay Converter 1.01

– All buttons are now tabbable.
– Tooltips are added to all the controls.
– Certain video files of unusual dimension no longer convert improperly.

1.02 (Replay SlingCorder)

– Fixed tab order in recordings dialog.
– Added warning message if “Enable High-Quality Mode for at Home (LAN) viewing” is checked in SlingPlayer. Setting this option caused elongated 640×240 recordings. (Thanks to Bounderboy for tracking this down.)
– Fixed occasional problem with status messages overwriting each other when recording ends.