Record until 16 audio channels with EBRrec16
EBRrec16 is an audio logger multichannel.
- Recordings are performed using a computer with Windows operating system;
- Records in various qualities, at the user's choice: 64, 128, 320 kbps; 16 bits; 44100Hz; mono or stereo;
- Recordings are stored in 1 minute long files, which can be selected and listened to in sequence or joined together (no glitches or noise);
- Each audio channel has an automatic gain control (AGC) that can be activated to ensure an adequate level for recordings, without being too low or too high saturating the signal;
- If there is no audio (silence) for a configurable time (5 minutes by default), the recording will be paused and will automatically resume if the audio resumes;
- Each stored file can be automatically copied to a storage unit in another location, to be definitively archived or made available for consultation;
- The audio signals are captured from the PC's audio card or from the network card of an ip audio system, such as Axia Livewire;
- Select a channel and view the waveform of the signal being recorded;
- It is compatible with the Axia Livewire system, allowing the automatic reconfiguration of the audio sources of a pc that uses the Axia IP audio driver;
- Recording storage time can be configured according to the available space on the local disk and the oldest files will be automatically deleted;
2) PLAYING OR EDITING AUDIO RECORDS
- The recorded audios are accessed through the EBRplay software, which lists the files referring to a chosen date, allowing you to listen to them and select them to join and edit/save;
- The merged files can be saved in mp3 or ogg or edited and converted to any format you want (wav, mp3, ogg, aac, etc);
- Editing of the audios after merging can be done by any audio editor available on the market (Audacity, Adobe Audition, etc) and will not be provided with this software;
- Any PC on the same network as EBRrec16 can access recordings if it has permissions to access shared files. In ip audio systems, like Axia Livewire, this pc does not need a dedicated network card to access the recordings, it just needs to be on the same local network.
Where simultaneous recording of multiple independent audio sources is required, for example:
- in an Axia Livewire system, where hundreds of signal sources are present on the network, any of these signals can be selected and recorded for later use;
- recordings of several simultaneous meetings in assemblies, congresses, events, etc;
- recordings of returns from stations on a radio network or monitoring stations at election time;
- digitization of analog audio collections, being able to record several audio sources at the same time, streamlining the conversion process. In this case, a multi-input audio card or an IP audio system should be used.