Choose between the following options:
Normalization will be increase the audio level to the maximum possible volume without distortion. If your recordings look more like a horizontal line, you should rerun the Recording Level Adjustment Wizard. and re-record. Normalizing each track indivudally will analyze the maximum signal for a specific track and adjust the volume. Normalizing based on the entire recording will analyze the entire recording and then adjust each track by the same amount. Normally, you should use "Normalize based on entire recording", but "Normalize each track individually" may work well with mix tapes or compilations.
Fade Track Edges (to reduce clicks between tracks)
This option will fade the edges (start and end) of all tracks. Note that it will not fade tracks that have no audio gap between them.
Pause Recording When Silence Is Detected
This is an optimization for recording to eliminated the recording of extended periods of silence. If you are having trouble recording songs with really long fade ins, turn this option off.
Ask Before Deleting Recorded Files After Use
If checked, the software asks you if you want to delete the original temporary recording after use.
Delete Recorded Files After Use
To help cut down on used hard drive space, the software will automatically delete recorded files when you quit the program or start another recording.
Show Folder After Rendering Files
The software will open the folder where the new audio files were created.
Ask Before Allowing Level Wizard To Select The Best Input
If checked, the software will ask to automatically change the recording input to "Line In" when running the Level Wizard...
Allow Level Wizard To Select The Best Input
If checked, the software will automatically set the recording input to "Line In" when running the Level Wizard...
This is the folder that stores Spin It Again's temporary files, such as peak and seek files (.ipk and .isk). These files store data to help display loaded and recorded sounds. Click "Choose" to pick a new temporary folder.
Delete Temporary Files
This will delete all .ipk and .isk files in your temporary folder (described above.)
Advanced CD Burner Options
These options may be necessary to adjust in order to get CD burning working properly.
Use X Minute Blank CDs
Choose the length of audio CDs that you are going to burn. The most common length is 80 minutes. (The default is 79 minutes which helps to accommodate for a few burners which can only burn 79 minutes and 29 seconds)
Use IMAPI For Burning (XP Only)
For Windows XP only! You can have Spin It Again use Windows XP's built in CD burning system. It will take longer and require more disk space. It will also burn your CDs in Track At Once (TAO) mode which may not be as compatible with all CD players. If you are having problems burning, you might try this option. (Please note that you will need to restart the software before this change will be activated.)
Use Acoustica ASPI Layer
The tells the software to use the Acoustica ASPI layer . If this is unchecked, Spin It Again will attempt to use an Adaptec / Roxio ASPI layer. Try toggling this option, if you are having problems burning CDs. (Please note that you will need to restart the software before this change will be activated.)
Goldenhawk Drive Override
This button allows you to configure your CD burners that our software fails to recognize. You can set up the software to use a 'generic' CD burning driver or choose from a list of similar CD burners. This is not guaranteed to work, but is there as an option. If, after trying this option that the software crashes when it gets to the CD burner page, you should delete a file called "DEVICES.DEF" located in your Spin It Again folder. (Please note that you will need to restart the software before this change will be activated.)