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per the tutorial you referenced (I'm following that one, too!) AND the latest-version SoX manpage (as of 9 Nov 2014), the complete, corrected command that worked for me was: rec -c 1 -r 8000 -t raw -e signed-integer -2 - | ./noise-filter > bits ent returned these values for a 49,152-byte file: Entropy = 7.996356 bits per byte. Optimum compression ...
Reference Taskbar Hide - hide windows program 1.8 Hide windows program (applications) or /Show/Close // Using Taskbar Hide you can hide any running application window. All you need to do is to select the application in the Taskbar Hide list and click Hide icon or click mouse right button to popup the menu and select hide item for the ...
EDIT: forget what I wrote before. After some more investigation I found out that Soundrecorder natively supports this. Either create a shortcut or batchfile or run directly from the commandline and specify the file and duration and it will silently run without window. It will be visible in the taskmanager under processes for that user but the old solution ...
Create a shortcut of the Sound Recorder. then do a right click on the shortcut and change its icon and set the run field on Minimized. Now, when you double click on the shortcut, you can see just the shape of your selected icon in task bar.
I managed to do exactly that, by starting a meeting and log in in from my mobile, and started recording then. Without a participant you can not record a presenter.
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