How to start recording automatically when Audio Record Wizard starts up?

Audio Record Wizard supports command line mode. There are five useful parameters:

  1. -rStarting recording
  2. -t [time]Specify recording duration (seconds)
  3. -o [filename]Specify the target file name
  4. -mMinimize itself when starting up
  5. --minimode [0|1]Minimize mode, 0 - normal, 1 - minimize into system tray

For example:

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Audio Record Wizard\arw.exe" -r -t 3600 -o "e:\schedule.mp3" -m --minimode 1

This command will start Audio Record Wizard to record into e:\schedule.mp3 for 3600 seconds (one hour). Also, Audio Record Wizard will minimize itself into system tray.

-t and -o are not necessary. If you have enabled Auto-Name, just use -r to start recording automatically when Audio Record Wizard starts up.

You can add the parameters to the shortcut on the desktop. Right click the shortcut, then click Properties.

Add the parameters to Target section