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Most any DAS/Audio editor or even NLE will do this if it has a timeline. Just select/highlight the desired length of time in the timeline and hit record. When it gets to the end of the selection, it will stop recording.
You could try to do capture with ffmpeg - to start ffmpeg on particular time perhaps some scheduler app can be helpful
For time driven recording Windows Task Scheduler can be used https://windowsreport.com/schedule-tasks-windows-10/
Last edited by pandy; 14th Mar 2022 at 05:21.
I only know a paid recording tool has the schedule recording feature and auto-recording feature. It is RecMaster. If you don't want a paid one, just ignore this.