|wrote on 10.09.15 at 14:05|
|I have streamWriter version 22.214.171.124. and set it up to record a 2 hour program stream every Sunday. The program stream URL is: http://killradio.org:8000/killradio64.mp3.m3u|
So I added this stream to "Streams" tab..right clicked on the stream in the playlist..clicked "setup scheduled recordings"..and entered the required info. I tested the stream to make sure it worked and recorded and it did. I then closed the program. When I checked on Monday to see if it had recorded the scheduled program it did not.
So what did I do wrong? Was I supposed to have turned on the program on the day of the recording? Because I thought it would automatically turn on and record even if I didn't manually turn it on. Advice please and thanks.
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|wrote on 12.09.15 at 17:42|
|If I understand your scenario properly, you setup your recording just like it supposed to be setup and after that, you _close_ streamWriter application and expect it to start automatically somehow when time is right?|
If that is the case, then you're doing it wrong. When streamWriter is closed, there are no external triggers (at least I haven't seen any) to start streamWriter automatically at that time and do the trick…
So to make this right, you should keep streamWriter application running whole time.
Correct me if I did understood something wrong in your description…
|wrote on 13.09.15 at 08:22|
I think you forget Autostart settings "Start streamWriter on windows logon".
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|wrote on 14.09.15 at 18:00|
|If the problem persists take a look at the "Log" tab. At the time the scheduled recording should have started there should be a warning/error message.|
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