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Trunking Recorder Installation

  1. Install and configure Unitrunker with at least 1 working "Voice" following receiver.
  2. Ensure the "Voice" following receiver audio is plugged into the "line-in" input of a sound card or routed using Virtual Audio Cable to a virtual sound card.
  3. Install Trunking Recorder.
  4. Trunking Recorder will try to install the required Remote.dll in Unitrunker automatically. If your Unitrunker data folder is not in the default location you will have to manually install the Remote.dll. See "Unitrunker Remote.dll Installation" instructions below.
  5. To save audio as MP3 files you must install LAME MP3 encoder. (Installation instructions)
  6. Start Trunking Recorder
  7. Setup a voice recorder for every Voice following receiver/VCO setup in Unitrunker. Each receiver in Unitrunker MUST have a unique "Model" value. If you have multiple Realtek or AirSpy receivers the "Model" value in Unitrunker will need to be edited. If you have a receiver with multiple VCOs you will need to enter the VCO number. (If using Unitrunker v2 the VCO number should be set to 0)Trunking Recorder main window
  8. For each receiver select the sound card that the audio for that receiver can be heard on. Trunking recorder will listen to this sound card and record the audio. If you use a program to decode digital audio such as DSD you should select the audio output of this program and not the digital audio output set in Unitrunker.
  9. If you have your Unitrunker data folder in a different location you will need to specify that location on the General tab of the Configure menu.Trunking Recorder main window

Manual Unitrunker Remote.dll Installation for Unitrunker v1

  1. Download UniLogger 1.5
  2. Extract the "Remote.dll" and copy it to the folder that contains the "Unitrunker.xml" (Normally it's "%APPDATA%\UniTrunker")
    Note: The "Remote.dll" is required no matter if you are using a physical scanner or sdrsharp as a voice receiver
  3. Verify that the "sdrsharptrunking.log" file is created and being updated in the same folder as the "Remote.dll".
    Note: If the log file is not found verify you have setup the "Voice" receiver in Unitrunker.
  4. If you have manually installed another "Remote.dll" in one of the Unitrunker folders you should remove it to prevent conflicts.
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