Clean application which enables you to record with the microphone on a user-input schedule or when certain sound parameters are detected.
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Peter Skarin
Snooper is a sound logger software tool which provides a simple means of recording what is happening with the help of a microphone, when certain conditions are met.
The installation process runs smooth, as it does not last more than a few seconds and it does not offer to download any products that are not actually necessary for the program to function properly. Once you wrap it up, you come face to face with a simple and well-organized UI. It is only comprised of a menu bar and several buttons and thus, it becomes quite clear that it is suitable to all types of users, from beginners to highly experienced people.
Use noise suppression
This software utility enables you create a trigger, as well as use noise suppression when recording. The latter option will record the noise that normally exists in the room and remember it, so as not to start recording by mistake when no one is around.
Save the recordings to the HDD and e-mail them as attachments
There are four recording modes you can take advantage of, namely sound activated, normal, dictation and test. Whichever you choose, you should know that you can set up the tool to start recording on a schedule, as well as choose the format in which to save the data (MP3 or WAV). It is possible to encrypt all resulted files and receive e-mail notifications with the sound as an attachment.
Hotkeys can be assigned to almost all available options, recorded items can be viewed in a separate window along with information such as name, size, modified date, length and protection status.
Comprehensive Help contents are provided, the computer’s performance is not going to be hindered, the interface is friendly to all users and we did not detect any errors or crashes in our tests. Taking all of this into consideration, we can safely say Snooper is a pretty efficient piece of software, dedicated to people interested in audio recording their surroundings when certain triggers are activated.