The Save As Wave feature enables you to record the output of OtsAV exactly as you hear it. The recording is saved in the Wave file format and can be saved as a single Wave file or multiple Wave files (multiple tracks). This feature is useful for many applications, but especially for preparing your own non-stop mixed CDs.
To find the Save As Wave feature click the icon on the toolbar. This will open the Output Configuration dialog box. The Save As Wave feature is in the Secondary output options section.
Convert your favourite CD to a totally mixed CD, no unnecessary gaps. Because of Ots's CD-DA Direct support, you can record your mixed CD directly. If you have two CD-ROM drives you can produce a compilation CD of your favourite songs from a bunch of CDs.
Produce compilation CDs of your favourite media files with ease.
If you are a DJ and would like record an entire session, for review purposes, you could save the whole show to a low-quality wave file.
Record your external devices, i.e. a turntable, external CD player, Mini Disc player, etc. Click here for details.
Note: Save As Wave
is effected when in Old School mode.
As volume levels are adjusted externally, and mixing is done externally,
it's not possible for OtsAV to capture the final output. Instead, you
should connect a cable from the main output of your external mixer, and
connect it to the line-in on your soundcard.
To save your mix to hard drive, an audio editing application can be used to record your line-in signal.
How to create a mixed CD
How to record a DJ session for review purposes
How to record an external device
Audio Output features