Retro Recorder has been updated with new features including stereo recording capability and a high-quality (44.1kHz) recording mode. The updates are free to existing Retro Recorder customers, and new customers may purchase it for $0.99.
Retro Recorder features distortion-free audio zoom-in capability, geared for meetings, dictations, interviews, voice memos, and music recording. The patent-pending Audio Level eXtension (ALX) technology improves recording quality beyond what can be had with handheld recorders. Recorded files can be exported individually or in batches. Exported files can then be downloaded to a PC or Mac using a Wi-Fi network.
The app supports iPhone and second-generation iPod touch. An external mic is required on a second-generation iPod Touch.
Next week, industry colleagues will present “Campus-wide IP Video Delivery” at the at the Association of Higher Education Campus Television Administrators Â (AHECTA) Annual Conference in Minneapolis. Presenters include Scott Katzenoff, Haivision Network Videoâ€™s vice president of U.S. commercial sales; Rick Brown, network systems engineer at North Carolina State University; Jonathan Graves, business and technology application technician at University of North Carolina Wilmington; and Bruce Myers, business and technology analyst at University of North Carolina Wilmington. Scheduled for 11:30 a.m. on June 17, the hour-long session will examine strategies for distributing HD across campuses cost-effectively with IP video delivery technology. Read more at The Briefing Room