Snooper is a professional sound/voice activated recorder application for Windows with advanced trigger, flexible filter settings and a built in spectrum analyzer.
The user interface is well organized and is suitable for all types of users, from beginners to highly experienced people.
Sound/Voice activated recording
A voice activated recording (VOX) is automatically triggered when sound is detected above an adjustable threshold. The audio recording is then saved with a timestamp when there is silence.
Dictation recording mode
Sound activated recording mode where all recordings are captured and collected into a single file. Individual recordings can be located inside the file by time-stamps.
Great for scanner and dictation recordings.
Use stealth mode or run Snooper as a Windows service to hide Snooper from the taskbar and tray area. Option to automatically start or stop a recording when switching to or from screen lock.
Snooper can be scheduled to start and stop a recording at any time you set. It can also record on the fly for as long as you like without interruption.
Post process your recordings with automatic Zip-compression, PGP encryption, email sending, upload to Dropbox or an FTP-server, execute external programs or execute your own plugin.
Noise suppression and automatic gain control
Suppress unwanted signals according to a pre-recorded noise profile. This in combination with the automatic gain control (AGC) can capture sounds with very low amplitude. Advanced users can use the frequency analyzer to help fine tune the setup with different filters to enable the recorder to be highly sensitive.
Sound level analyzer
Use the built in sound pressure level (SPL) meter to document noise levels for over a longer period of time. This is often used for documenting dog barks or loud environmental noise over a day.
Multi channel recorder
The multi channel version of Snooper records multiple audio channels simultaneously.