Release Notes list
1. PLEXTALK Linio Pocket support
- Transfer to PLEXTALK internal memory media is supported.
Target media selection between SD card and Internal memory is available when going up from root layer of source folder selection.
- Network folder log on from transfer soft is supported. When PLEXTALK request log on user ID and password, transfer soft provides user interface for log on steps.
- Delete All Non-audio categories from transfer contents.
- Danish, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Spanish are supported.
1. Language support
- Dutch, French, German, and Swedish language is supported.
2. User interface change
- Eliminate Help button from the main dialog. “User Manual” option in the help menu is available to access the manual.
- Enable “New Podcast Feed” and “New Radio Station” menu even if other category is selected.
- Change the name of “Include Zipped Books In Listings” option in the Option menu to “Use book titles in listings”
- Support Internet proxy when adding Podcast feeds.
4. Bug fix
- File menu, View option did not work on audio files.
- Transfer the PDTB / PDTB2 contents.
- Transfer the Daisy book that is created by PTP1
- Transfer the Daisy 2.0 book that has non-alphabet character title.
PLEXTALK Recording Software (PRS)
PLEXTALK Recording Software Version 2.05.04.00
1. Bug fix
- Fixed the import issue that the PRS imports incomplete all sections of DAISY file.
PLEXTALK Recording Software Version 2.05.03.00
1. Bug fixes
- 1) Corrected an issue where PRS applied all phrases with mark at DAISY import process.
PLEXTALK Recording Software Version 2.05.02.00
1. Bug fixes
- 1) Corrected an issue where the “DAISY date”, “Source date” and “Source publisher” become blank , if the title is generated by audio export.
- 2) Corrected an issue where the record button is grayed out when audio import or text import is applied.
PLEXTALK Recording Software Version 2.05.00.00
1. Revised content meta information
- “Publisher” is now shown as “DAISY Publisher”
[Additional meta information]
-”Source publisher” corresponding to “ncc:sourcePublisher”
- “Source date” corresponding to “ncc:sourceDate”
- “DAISY date” corresponding to “dc:date”
2. Support “UTF-8″ and “UTF-16″ as character set on DAISY import and ToC import.
(Character set is automatically detected.)
- When performing build book, error messages appears if necessary audio file is missing from project
3. Bug fixes
- (1) Corrected issue on Windows7/Vista, where PRS crashes if separating phrase window is opened and closed quickly.
- (2) On Windows7/Vista, volume controls of playback and recording in the menu or on the main window now works independently.
- (3) On Windows7/Vista, dragging the mouse now selects multiple section/phrase on the main window.
- (4) Descriptions are now settled in the window.
- (5) When writing multi title disc by enabling “last session information”, the title list of the previous session now is now sorted by alphanumeric order of folder names and the last title is added to the top of the list.
- (6) Corrected an issue when writing multi title disc by disabling “last session information”, where sub folders of previous session can still be viewed.
- (7) Audio import now supports WAVE file (PCM) extracted by Windows Media Player.
- (8) Corrected an issue where, if the phrase contains comment and page mark, the comment is deleted when page mark is cleared. Now the comment remains when the page mark is cleared.
- (9) Corrected an issue where the sound quality becomes worse if audio is converted from stereo to monaural.
- (10) Corrected an issue where, on Windows 7/Vista, a phrase is not replayed when left cursor key is pressed during phrase playback.
- (11) Corrected an issue where, after writing to a CD-R/RW, the files in the disc cannot be accessed through Windows explorer until PRS is shutdown.
- (12) Corrected an issue where a meta information violates DAISY standard.
- (13) Corrected an issue where, when PRS is newly installed, the noise level in recording setting is not set to default (-28dB).
- (14) Corrected an issue where the same recording speed appears several times when specific model of CD/DVD drive is connected.