Frequently Asked Questions

Working with Quick Recorder Articles

Adding a Shortcut to Quick Recorder on your Desktop

To Add a Shortcut to Quick Recorder on Your Desktop From the Start Menu,...

What if Quick Recorder Freezes During Recording?

If you run out of disk space during recording, Quick Recorder may freeze. As a result,...

Selecting a Recording Source

Quick Recorder allows you to select the source of your audio input. Most often, your...

Can I Adjust the Playback Level of my Podcast?

Currently, Quick Recorder does not allow you to adjust playback volume. Your recording...

Deleting Your Sound File

At the beginning of the recording process in Quick Recorder, you are prompted to enter...

Installing Quick Recorder on Your Computer

Quick Blogcast includes a fully-functional podcast recorder. You can use Quick...

System Requirements for Quick Recorder

Quick Recorder System Requirements Windows XP (SP2 and above)...

What are Sound Settings?

The Sound Settings window allows you to enable features that may enhance the quality...

Adjusting the Recording Level

Quick Recorder allows you to adjust the level of your sound input. You may want to...

Creating a Podcast with Quick Recorder

To create a podcast, you can record your content using Quick Recorder. To Record...

Uploading Your Sound File to Quick Podcast

You can upload sound files up to 100MB in size. To Upload Your Sound File to Quick...

What are .Net Framework and DirectX 9, and Why Do I need Them?

It is very possible that these components are already installed on your system....

Saving a Copy of Your Sound File

Quick Recorder automatically saves each recording you make as a .wav file; a high...

Opening the Quick Recorder Application

You must have installed Quick Recorder in order to open the application. For more...

Uploading Your Podcast Episode to Quick Blogcast

You can upload sound files up to 100MB in size. To Upload Your Sound File to Quick...