Editor: Record any sound Total Recorder can record any sound passing through any line of your sound card. For example, you can record sound being played back by an external program, sound from a microphone, an external LP, cassette, CD/DVD Player, AM/FM/Satellite radio, etc.
Digital sound recording Total Recorder can record sound reproduced by an external program (including the playback of Internet broadcasts and Internet-telephony conversations) directly in digital format.
Background recording Total Recorder can record, or Capture, Internet-broadcasts in MP3, WMA, and Ogg Vorbis formats without using an external player, thus avoiding decoding and re-encoding. Track information can also be extracted from a stream.
Adjustable playback speeds This feature lets you play an audio file or a video file at a slower or FASTER speed than normal while optionally preserving the original tone.
Time shift Time shift feature enables you to listen to recorded sound while a recording is being made. While listening, you can move anywhere within the recorded part of the sound stream and start playback. This feature is available for both ordinary recordings and when background recording Internet streams.
Add-ons support Total Recorder supports add-ons that can be used for video recording, sound enhancements, mixing operations, integration with iTunes/iPod and for other purposes.
Video Recoding You can play, record, and edit video files in AVI and WMV formats with the Video Add-on. The Add-on records from a video device plugged into your computer, such as a camera, or captures video from your screen. You can also Background Record Internet video streams in WMV format.
Cue-sheet files support A cue file is a standard file that contains information about the tracks in a media file. You can work with cue-sheet files and use cue points as bookmarks or track separators for splitting a file into tracks afterwards. Cue points can be created either automatically