Petro, Thanks for the feedback. In your example, you can accomplish the same thing by using the 'minutes after the hour' split option with a value of zero. This will create a split at the top of every hour. This might be preferable. Here comes a technical explanation. The 'split every X minutes' option can introduce a little bit of drift, so after 10 splits you might notice the recordings starting starting late. This is because the recording stops at the given number of minutes, and restarting the connection takes a small bit of time. Those reconnection delays can eventually add up. Meanwhile, the 'minutes after the hour' spilt option makes sure the split occurs at a specific time. Regards, Jeffrey Wilson Applian Technologies, Inc. On May 3, 2014, at 2:19 PM, "Petro T. Giannakopoulos" <petrogia@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:petrogia@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote: It is working fine using JAWS 15 and NVDA 2014.1 when it comes to setting your split value via the scheduler's advanced tab for your show / radio station. Tested this here.