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b2bpro
Is there a voice recorder app compiled for pdaxrom ?
bastichelaar
Good question, I was looking for a decent, simple application, but I couldn't find one...
bastichelaar
Does somebody have a suggestion for a program?
b2bpro
I suspect that the lack of response is an answer in itself. I really like the voice recorder that comes with TKC - I presume its the same recorder used in other roms.

I'd like to learn how to compile stuff and "roll my own" but I'm busy starting up my own business and I just don't have time right now.
bastichelaar
I'm cross-compiling grecord right now, I will upload it as soon as I've finished it.
Zumi
Do Zauruses/Zaurii/Zauri (choose one) have internal mic or you can plug in a mic in the speaker hole or what?

Zumi
iamasmith
The 5600 has an internal MIC, the rest don't.

You can use the stereo pin of the left speaker out as a mono MIC input. You can try this out with the left earbud of a headset - not very good quality though.
Zumi
Well then, waiting for the grecord to test it. smile.gif
bastichelaar
I can't compile ORBIT, somebody has a patch or tips or something?
b2bpro
QUOTE
I'm cross-compiling grecord right now, I will upload it as soon as I've finished it.


Excellent. Very much appreciated. I have an 860 and I just plug a mic with a regular 1/8 inch plug into the earphone jack. I've been using it to record jam sessions (I'm a drummer). With a 256 meg sd and a 256 meg cf I can get 4 hours of reasonably high quality mono recordings.

Thanks a bunch - this was the last thing I needed to go to pdaxrom (when the final version comes out) - I can't wait.
bastichelaar
I'm a drummer too, lol...

I really want to compile grecord, but I got stuck trying to compile libidl... Somebody has a good gnome-compile-environment?
JedTheHead
Heh... drummer here too! Long time Ludwig and Zildjian user, lol.

More importantly though, I became very dependant on voice recorder functions for keeping track of my time and tasks at work (I'm a consultant) and having a VR for PDAXROM would complete the package for me!!!

I haven't dove into cross-compiling yet, but was wondering if all the dependancies for grecord (which would be sweet btw) are stumbling blocks, what about autools or rawrec? (Both are console based audio recording tools.)

Just curious and I REALLY APPRECIATE everyone's efforts!

JedTheHead
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jabbath
Hi.. As a provisional solution, I compiled rawrec..
It's pretty simple to use:
rawrec > output.raw to record
rawrec output.raw to play

zaurus.spy.org/feeds/jabbath/rawrec

.. I also compiled songs (http://sed.free.fr/songs/)
zaurus.spy.org/feeds/jabbath/songs_0.2_armv5tel.ipk

grusz, jabbath
b2bpro
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rawrec > output.raw to record
rawrec output.raw to play


What format is the .raw file? Is it convertable to various standards (mp3, wav, etc.)?
jabbath
It's raw pcm data.
Yes, it's convertable.

The lame commandline would be

lame -r infile.raw outfile.mp3

(at least I think so smile.gif)

grusz, jabbath
jerrybme
Anyone found/compiled a good voice recorder for pdaXrom? I'm in dire need of one for work and don't want to go back to a Sharp based rom wink.gif

Cheers,

Jerry
trichmon
I would also like to find a good recorder. Im even happy to try my hand at building one from source if someone can recomend one to try.

Todd
espi
Any word on what voice recorder works well on a C3100 (I already have a mic) - especially under Debian? Voice notes are crucial.
ecc_hy
KHdRecord is good choice. You can find it in beat3 feed.
Have fun.
espi
Thanks for the recommendation, ecc_hy, appreciate it and look forward to trying it out.
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