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Author: High Criteria Program: Total Recorder Standard Edition (complete listing)

Total Versions: 8
# Version Official Release Date
1 v8.4 18 Oct 2012
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2 v8.3 15 Jul 2011
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Release Information (by the Manufacturer)

- Support for MPEG-4 and 3GP files (*.mp4, *.m4a, *.3gpp, *.3gp, *.3g2, *.3gp2) with AAC audio streams (Windows 7 only).
- Support for playback of MOV (Apple QuickTime) files with AAC audio streams (Windows 7 only).
- The following tag fields are now supported for all types of files: "Album Artist", "ISRC", and "beats per minute".
- Optionally, add the recording's start time to the file tag.
- Other minor enhancements.

3 v4.2 12 May 2003
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Release Information (by the Manufacturer)

Standard Edition download link. For details and downloading of other editions follow this URL: http://www.highcriteria.com/productfr.htm

4 v4.1B 18 Apr 2003
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Release Information (by the Manufacturer)

The new v4.1B release is a maintenance release for V4.1. It contains a number of fixes for minor bugs, but does not introduce any new features.

5 v4.1A 31 Jan 2003
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6 v4.1 18 Dec 2002
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Release Information (by the Manufacturer)

To read what's new: http://www.highcriteria.com/press_rel_TR41.htm

7 v4.0 26 Jul 2002
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Release Information (by the Manufacturer)

What's New: http://www.highcriteria.com/press_rel_TR40.htm

8 v3.3 07 Nov 2001
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