|schrieb am 16.04.17 um 15:54 Uhr zuletzt bearbeitet von Specular am 16.04.17 um 15:55 Uhr|
|After updating to the latest version (2016-12-29) streamWriter has been saving two copies of recordings: one with the filename of the radio station and the date stamp, and another with the name of the artist (which have all been 'Unknown Artist' recently, and identical to the other file copy).|
Could someone point me to which setting is causing this?
|schrieb am 14.10.17 um 06:47 Uhr|
|schrieb am 19.10.17 um 17:25 Uhr|
|Maybe the duplicate file is a recording of the whole stream? Open the stream specific settings and check if "Save stream files to hard disk drive" is checked in the category "Recordings". If it is try disabling that checkbox and restart the recording.|
|LG/Best regards, Alex|
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|schrieb am 20.12.17 um 10:27 Uhr|
|Thanks for the answer!|
|schrieb am 11.01.18 um 13:05 Uhr|
|If you disable the "save stream files to hard-disk" setting, then StreamWriter will record the stream in a file with the stream name, and not create an extra duplicate file with the time and date setting as you have chosen it.|
But that is actually the one that I want to keep.
So my solution is to let StreamWriter make the duplicates, and then just manually delete the files with the stream name, and keep all the files with the date and time.