No. Your sound card support 7.1 format only for playback, but can record only stereo or mono.
Yes, you can, but MCRS designed to record audio from external sources. Our streaming audio recorder will work much more better.
The simpler solution - use onboard sound card and cheap PCI or USB sound card. In this case you will have 4 mono channels or 2 stereo channels.
Most sound cards support only mono for "Microphone" input, so you should connect two microphones to "Line-In" jack via Y-cable.
The actual recording time is limited only by available hard disk space. MCRS will split the recording if the file size exceeds 2 GB to ensure compatibility with different programs and file systems. To avoid data loss when transitioning between two files, it is possible to use overlapping.
Yes, starting from version 4.x it support WDM and ASIO drivers.
Yes, you will pay only difference in price.
Yes, it was tested with Dante Virtual Soundcard. We recommend ASIO version for better performance.
To migrate from version 3.x to version 4.x, the installation package contains the Migration Assistant. Run it and wait for it to complete.
There are a few companies that produces Audio Interfaces that allows working with more with that one ASIO interfaces at the time. Otherwise, you will need cards from different manufacturers. Another possibility is to use the universal ASIO4ALL driver.