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Giveaway of the day — Cool Record Edit Pro 9.1.4

Registra l'audio da qualsiasi input senza perdite.
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Cool Record Edit Pro 9.1.4 era disponibile come app gratuita il 12 giugno 2016!

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Registra audio da qualsiasi input senza perdite con la possibilità di programmare e salvare come file audio e modificare tonnellate di file audio: taglia, copia, incolla, ritaglia, combina, rendi silenzioso, ecc.

Le operazioni di editing, come taglia, incolla, possono essere effettuate in forma d'onda in un nanosecondo. Puoi ritagliare la musica per rimuovere le parti indesiderate, combinare/inserire un'altra traccia nel file audio corrente, aggiungere bookmark/marcatori per saltare a punti/sezioni segnate, disfare/rifare qualsiasi operazione, etc., precisione a livello del millisecondo.

Migliorare l'audio è la parte più eccitante per rendere il tuo audio artistico, unico ed elegante. Puoi applicare l'effetto dissolvi , aggiungere l'eco, cambiare la velocità/il timbro, amplificare, normalizzare, equalizzare, applicare il riverbero e molti altri filtri. Puoi anche creare un CD musicale con testo CD editabile e velocità di masterizzazione opzionale.


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Requisiti di Sistema:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10

Produttore:

CoolMedia

Homepage:

http://www.coolrecordedit.com/

Dimensione File:

19.6 MB

Prezzo:

$39.99

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#5

A BIG belated thank you to (deep breath) Lennie, Annie, ozsyd, JerrywithaJ, Robert, Dan O, webeye, rww, Robert (again), mike and tk for riding to the rescue and in all their different ways offering free help, advice, tips and even links to help me figure out how to use this software with an external cassette player. Apologies to all from this non-technical person for not being able to contribute a review and for taking up space on this thread but the very least I can do is express my gratitude to all those GOTDers who have been such a fantastic help to me today!

SarahB  –  4 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+18)
#4

McAfee LiveSafe blocked the trial download of Cool Record Edit Pro, so I monitored the install of the GOTD in my XP Mode VM. Don't know what, if anything is included with the trial, but the GOTD of course is clean, without any hints of what the problem might be [which is partly what I was after].

Recording the Cool Record Edit Pro installation, I got: 123 files added, 2 files deleted, 15 files updated, 6285 registry entries added, 96 registry entries deleted, 16 registry entries updated. As possible I use the XP Pro VM for monitoring installs, because in 7-10 installations typically add more registry entries, whereas XP sticks more to the basics -- IOW you could expect a lot more than 6k new entries in 7 & especially 10.

That high number of new registry entries reflects Cool Record Edit Pro using NCT files -- from what I could tell in the past Googling, they're older, apparently abandonware. And yes they effect media handling in Windows, while their potential effects on other software depends on whether that software is self-contained or uses Direct Show/Direct Audio files installed in Windows. As far as how well those NCT files work, they're better than some, worse than others, so it really depends on how much you're into audio, & the quality of whatever other software you've installed.

Otherwise Cool Record Edit Pro is easy to use, but it's nothing special, & IMHO not up the level of Audacity or Wavosaur, both of which are available as portable. You can spend Loads of money on audio software & gear, but music is something that loads of people avidly pursue at home, so there's also an awful lot of free software, FX & filters, and hardware hacks you can find online. To take advantage of those FX &/or filters you need software that will use plugins -- Audacity & Wavosaur will, while apps like Cool Record Edit Pro will not.

The ad copy says: "Record audio from any input losslessly"

AFAIK the only way to do that is to save the incoming stream, whether it's a TV signal from a tuner or a stream from Youtube etc. Anything external is subject to the quality of the hardware or equipment used. Recording speaker out -- whatever is playing on your device -- is subject to whatever processing the audio goes through before it heads to the speakers [headphones etc.]. Usually the results aren't too bad, but lossless it's not, which is why some people go through extra effort as necessary to save the actual stream. OTOH you might use DSP software or whatever FX to enhance the audio that's played, & recorded.

In order to record audio playing on your device ideally you just select that as the input in either the software you're using or with Windows audio recording control. Some devices have recording from speakers or playback disabled as a means of DRM -- turning it on can be as simple as going through the properties settings for the device in Windows audio recording control, e.g. commonly with Realtek audio you just have to enable the Stereo Mix.

When that isn't possible some people have found that running/installing the driver setup files from another brand PC, laptop, or motherboard etc. using the identical audio chipset works -- if you Google with your make & model you might find a driver set that works, or perhaps even a simple registry edit that'll do the trick. If that doesn't work you might add audio hardware, e.g. a soundcard or external USB device, but not every one will allow you to record of playing audio, so research beforehand. Or you can try to use a simple cable, perhaps with a volume control &/or splitter, to send the headphone or speaker output to the microphone in jack. Or you can find universal audio drivers just for this sort of recording online, &/or it's included with some recording software.

mike  –  4 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+17)
#3

- This is not Cool Edit Pro- make no mistake about it or get confused by a look a like program name. google for more info on patents and costs...

lidl1  –  4 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+15)
#2

I'd zero install or register issues (Win 7 Pro- despise Win 10!). I seriously like this, though I haven't had time to do more than just some cursory dabbling with it, it looks very pro about what it can do, and I was in broadcasting for over 20 years. I've been using Audacity for about a decade, and haven't really seen much improvement in that program at all in all that time, and the learning curve for the inexperienced can be very intimidating. Not so much with this. It appears to have all of Audacity's features, plus a few extras, such as the You Tube DL, though since this isn't updateable probably will not work long, if it even does now, as You Tube's parent company Goo-Goo (I despise spyware laden Google anything- same reason I hate Win 10) chnges it's coding on a practically daily basis to prevent DL's. All in all this is a serious keeper, but I'll keep Audacity around til I know for sure. TANX!

Mike OD  –  4 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+11)
#1

I am not clever at tech so excuse my ignorance! People on here have said they'll use today's giveaway "because it seems good" but no-one has yet explained in what way it is good. I have a large collection of music cassettes I would dearly love to digitize. But. . . how? I have a Sony Walkman. How do I get the cassette tracks being played by that or by any other cassette machine onto my PC? The developer says today's software can handle audio from any source but just how does one link that source to a computer in the first place? (Apologies if I'm being stupid.)

SarahB  –  4 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+4)

SarahB,
You will need a cassette player with line out. You connect this to your computer using a stereo cable and then use a free software like Audacity to record it. I am not familiar with today's offering so I can not comment on that. You can use a mic connected to your computer and use your walkman but the quality will be awful. Hope someone else comes up with a better suggestion.

ozsyd  –  4 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+10)

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