VRS Telephone Call Recorder 5.18
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VRS Telephone Call Recorder 5.18 offers an effective tool which helps you record voices. Typical applications include telephone line recording (call recording), radio station logging, radio communication recording, control room recording and other specialized applications.
VRS is designed to record 1 - 64 independent channels and processes and stores each channel separately. For a recorder that is more suited to recording many microphones in the same room in a combined synchronous form, you should consider using the MSRS Conference Recorder.
- General Voice Recorder Features:
- Record 1 to 64 audio channels simultaneously on one PC.
- Automatic voice activated, hardware port control or continuous recording modes.
- Signal processing to improve voice intelligibility and automatic level control.
- Advanced audio compression to reduce file size. With the maximum compression setting, VRS can record 2 years of 24 hour-a-day audio on a 32GB hard drive!
- Find and play recordings ordered by date and channel or from other computers on the local area network.
- Save recordings as wav, mp3 or gsm files.
- Log recording details to an SQL database or to a comma delimited CSV file. Mirror recordings to backup drive(s).
- Automatic upload of recordings to FTP server for web or internet access.
- Automatically send recordings to an email address in the background.
- VRS RemoteMonitor to listen to remote recording live over a network or internet with TCP/IP streaming
- VRS RemoteControl to control recordings (including start and stop) from another workstation on network.
- Includes an API + SDK so third party programs can control VRS recording
- WebAccess feature lets you find and play recordings using any internet browser. All you need to do is set the password.
- Integrates directly with Axon IP PBx which can auto detect and configure the VRS recording extension.
- Robust design and simple interface for fail-safe but user-friendly day to day operation.
2. Special Features (Telephone Line Recording Mode)
- Records 1- 64 telephone lines simultaneously.
- Logs dialled number (DTMF) for searching.
- Provide outbound call audit and cost estimate displays and logs.
- Find and play recordings ordered by date, line or DTMF number dialled.
- Listen to telephone calls as they are being recorded using the RemoteListen tool.
- Records VoIP calls when used with the AXON PC Based PBX system
3. Special Features (Radio Station Logger Mode):
- Continuous Recording 24 hours a day.
- Breaks recordings into easily managable hour-long files.
- High compression settings to reduce hard drive requirements.
- RemoteListen feature to hear conversations as they are being recorded.
- Major VoIP recording bug fix
- Other unspecified bug fixes
- Computer Requirements:
- Pentium 1GHz or above
- Windows 95/NT4/98/2000/Me/2003/XP/Vista or;
2. Call recording hardware:
- Call Recording Adapters (one for each line). You can order these types of connectors online from NCH Software's hardware division, AltoEdge on the Call Recording Hardware. Stock includes direct line and handset adapters with both USB and Stereo inputs. Also available are Call/Announce adapters to allow you to send an audio message back to the caller from the software. In USA or Canada, Radio Shack (Tandy) also supply a FCC approved unit although there are problems with audio recording quality.
- A Professional Multiline Telephony Board. Both CAHTA and CURL make these in 2,4 and 8 line versions. CAHTA also offers a 2 or 4 line USB device. See Telephony Boards for more information. The boards cost more than the call recording adapters but include multichannel sound, caller ID, hardware control and telephone connection in one turn-key unit.
- Also see Call Recording Scenarios for examples of some different approaches you can take to recording calls.
3. Sound recording hardware:
- The standard computer sound in (1 channel only). Just plug the audio source in.
- The standard computer sound in split to 2 mono channels. Buy a simple Y cable from your local electronics store to wire 2 mono sockets to a stereo plug. Then using Channel Properties assign one channel to "left mono" and the other to "right mono".
- Multiple sound cards in one PC. Depending on slots and resources you can install up to 3 sound cards in one PC. Each stereo input can be split (ie. a total of 6 inputs). This requires a bit more technical work than a multichannel card (next).
- Multichannel sound cards. There are many multichannel sound cards on the market today. See our Recommended Soundcards to purchase.
- USB sound devices. USB devices usually can be used with a hub to connect many devices to one PC. Most modern USB sound devices let you do this (but check with the manufacturer before purchasing). Stereo devices can be split (see above).
- Professional Telephony Boards [for Call Recording]. Both CAHTA and CURL make these in 2,4 and 8 line versions. CAHTA also offers a 2 or 4 line USB device. See Telephony Boards for more information. The boards cost more but include multichannel sound, caller ID, hardware control and telephone connection in one turn-key unit.
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