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Hands On: Audio Hijack Pro 2.10.9

01/31, 6:13pm

Apple UI-inspired tool enables system-wide audio recording

In the beginning, there was no way to get audio into a Mac, other than a costly serial bus peripheral. Not long after that, the Cupertino engineers struck, and added a conventional 1/8-inch jack for a microphone to Apple's line of computers. With the iPod came a new invention -- the podcast. Apple's built-in recording software is functional, but leaves a bit to be desired especially when capturing audio from applications like Skype or iTunes. In September of 2002, the developers that would become Rogue Amoeba released Audio Hijack Pro -- possibly the first entry-level capture tool for OS X able to do what the burgeoning podcast market and streaming radio or music fans demanded: simple, multi-application recording.

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Radioshift 1.5 adds automatic restart, support for Airfoil

12/30, 5:55pm

Update supports QuickTime and WM Pro streams

Rogue Amoeba on Wednesday introduced Radioshift 1.5, an update to its Internet radio player and recorder. The latest version adds support for hundreds of new streams in Windows Media Pro and QuickTime formats. Streaming reliability is said to be improved, with automatic restart or switching to back-up streams if the feed encounters an error.

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Airfoil 3.1 gets Apple TV support

02/20, 2:10pm

Airfoil 3.1

Rogue Amoeba has announced Airfoil 3.1, a new release of its AirPort Express extender for Mac OS X. This version includes complete support for sending audio to the Apple TV and Airfoil Speakers for Windows. The Take 2 update from Apple enables the Apple TV to appear as an AirTunes device, just like an AirPort Express, meaning iTunes can send audio to it. Now Airfoil opens the device up to receiving any audio. It can stream media players like QuickTime Player or Realplayer to web-based content like Pandora, Last.fm, Sirius or XM,

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MacSanta 2007: 10% to 20% off Mac software

12/01, 2:05pm

MacSanta 2007

MacSanta is back for 2007, after running a successful program for Christmas 2006, offering discounts on featured titles from many different software developers. The promotion is running from December 1st, through to the 24th, and will feature five developers' products at 20-percent off, updated daily at midnight (PST). Once the featured products are updated, MacSanta offers 10-percent off of formerly highlighted products through to December 31st. Rogue Amoeba, who both organizes and participates in MacSanta, says that some big name software companies will be included, as well as many lesser-known developers. MacSanta also has an RSS feed available.

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