Controlling the recording and converting process

The status line provides information about the current state of the ongoing recording and processing activities.


Status line

The status line is located at the bottom of each view. The status line shows:

  • information about how many files are currently recorded and processed in total (summed-up for all views together)
  • information showing where output files are saved
  • information on the ongoing activity of the current view

Click 1 to expand the status line and see a detailed processing list.

Processing list

The processing list lists all files that are currently recorded, converted or queued for processing. The processing list allows you to see and control the processing of individual media files (e.g. start and stop recording, clean up the list, etc.).

Figure 1. Expanded processing list

Click 1 to collapse the processing list and see the view's status line.

Standard storage

Figure 2. Standard storage

You can set a custom standard storage. All recordings will be saved on the selected storage automatically.

Note: Button unavailable? You can only change the standard storage when no recordings are currently running. Stop all recording processes and try again.

Speeding up processing on multi-core CPUs

As default, only one file at a time is processed. If your computer has multiple processor cores, go to Options > Convert & Process to increase the number of simultaneous encodings.