[audio-pals] Re: Ht Professional Recorder

  • From: Thomas McMahan <shadowmonstrosity@xxxxxxx>
  • To: audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2014 22:38:26 -0500

32 gigs, your batteries would run out first probably, unless you record in .wav 
format or something like that, and I don’t know if those have options like that 
to change the type of file it records to or not.  

On Aug 19, 2014, at 7:28 AM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> My VR Stream will record as long as there is space on the SD Card. Right now 
> I am getting it cleaned up for school and it is a 32 GB card. I have another 
> 32 GB card that has last year recordings on it including the documents. It is 
> only half full and has spring semester files, summer leisure reading if it 
> had any link to degree, and fall semester files. The one that is currently in 
> the VR Stream will hold this years recordings and documents on it.    
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> [mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Thomas McMahan
> Sent: Sunday, August 17, 2014 6:38 PM
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> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ht Professional Recorder
> Oh it definitely wasn’t one hour, I can guarantee that *lol*.  Wasn’t sure 
> about it’s limits for sending so kept it fairly short when I tried it.  Now 
> if it were the Olympus, well it can go as long as the batteries go, with a 16 
> gig card, I don’t even think I cold fill it up with my wind *lol*.  I’ve 
> taken it to baseball game before, recording all the way and back home and it 
> still didn’t run out.  Unfortunately though that file got lost when it was on 
> an external drive which didn’t eject properly and all stuff in it was lost.  
> Most I could recover from elsewhere, but there were a few files that couldn’t 
> be recovered.  
> Well will get to try it again this next weekend, going to a Cubs game.  That 
> will be a long day too because we are driving only part of the way then we 
> train into the city then RTA to the park and there is a line change I think 
> in the RTA system too.  But it should be an interesting day I think.  If BCT 
> were going, I would edit it down into a podcast perhaps.  Well perhaps I will 
> one day anyway.  Would have a lot of different things, a ball game, trains 
> and Chicago in general.  Especially coming from our environment and contrast 
> to Chicago it would be rather interesting I think.  
> Well if someone else did a podcast like  that I would probably download it 
> and listen to it.  But I liked those kinds of podcasts because they were at 
> places that I will probably never get to go to.  It’s neat hearing the sounds 
> of different cities and what they have and how things work, or don’t work.  
> On Aug 17, 2014, at 6:21 AM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> It may depend on the size of the file as well. I noticed when reading that if 
> the file is larger than I believe 1 hour and you e-mail it then it will 
> automatically cut the file down to 1 hour clips from what I understand.   
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> [mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Thomas McMahan
> Sent: Saturday, August 16, 2014 11:01 PM
> To: audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Ht Professional Recorder
> Yep Mine would log in, can’t remember if it had a start upload dialog that 
> showed up or not.  Have slept since I tried it.  But I’m sure at some point I 
> will try it again.  
> I knew my dropbox was okay though because I could see my usual folders in 
> there on the phone.  Obviously I don’t use the dropbox on my phone very much 
> *lol*.  But to get to the dropbox had to do the same things you did too.  
> On Aug 16, 2014, at 9:28 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Tom,
>    I remember you saying something about not getting the audio clip to upload 
> to Dropbox. I tried uploading to Dropbox today using the app and it worked. I 
> had to go to my library within the app. I had to select the recording by 
> double clicking on the app and then going down to play it. Once it played a 
> little bit I stopped the recording. Next I went up to the left corner and 
> found the share button. Inside this menu you have an e-mail option some 
> import and export options and open in is where you find the Dropbox option. I 
> clicked on it first to get logged in and then I clicked on it again to start 
> the upload. If it ask I choe to export. I then went to my Dropbox account on 
> the computer and found the files at the bottom of the application. They will 
> not be in a folder, just as you open the Dropbox application you will find 
> them in a row at the bottom. I did notice that on my phone they are m4a, but 
> when they are uploaded to Dropbox they are changed into WAV files.

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