What did I say? is a software that continuously records audio from an input device (e.g. a microphone) and saves it to disk on demand.
- continuously record audio from an input device
- discard audio after a configurable time span
- keep the recorded audio in memory only
- run in the background (no window, just a notification icon)
- write to disk upon request (WAV format)
- take notes during brainstorming when someone said something interesting
- provide evidence in cases of defamation or sexual harassment
- “pilot recorder” / “black box”
Command line options:
- -s: Sample rate (44100, 22050 or 11025 Hz)
- -b: bits per sample (16 or 8 bit)
- -c: channels (1 = mono, 2 = stereo)
- -t: recording time in minutes (buffer time)
- Windows 8 or higher
- .NET Framework 4.5
Download What did I say 0.1.1.8 Setup.exe.zip (1 MB)
License: MIT, closed source at the moment.
- when saving to a file and then canceling the save dialog, the recorded audio is lost
- Hotkey support
- Support for external triggers (e.g. alarm contact)
- Integrated playback
Please post bug reports and feature requests to email@example.com where yyyy-mm-dd is the date you send the email (that’s my spam filter).