How to schedule recording with Task Scheduler?

Audio Record Wizard supports single task schedule, it may not fit your need. But, it can start recording in command line mode, so you are able to use any other task scheduler software to schedule recording conveniently.

1) Start recording in command line mode.

There are three parameters:

  1. -rStarting recording
  2. -t [time]Specify recording time length (seconds)
  3. -o [filename]Specify the target file name

For example:

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

This command will start Audio Record Wizard to record into e:\schedule.mp3 for 3600 seconds(one hour).

2) Set up a task within Windows Task Scheduler.

For Windows 7/8/10,

Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Task Scheduler > Create Basic Task...

When Task Scheduler asks for what action you want the task to perform, choose "Start a program", then set up something like

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

Do some test on Task Scheduler, make sure that you set it correctly. e.g. set it up to start a task on the next minute.

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