sndrec.exe automation?

Posted on 2007-07-28
Last Modified: 2013-12-07
Is it posbile to script sndrec.exe to open and start recording and then close and save? I know you can tell it to open a file

sndrec.exe \play
Question by:steadfast9661
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    I have unsuccessfully searched the web for automating sndrec.exe (and sndrec32.exe). The only thing I could find was command line switches for making sndrec32.exe play, open, close... anything but record:

    At the bottom of the thread, another application is mentioned. I'm not familar with that application, but perhaps you should have a look at it:

    Good luck.
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