Audio Hijack 2.2
Princeton, NJ – Audio Hijack is constantly growing and improving, and
Rogue Amoeba has just released Audio Hijack 2.2. This new version adds
several new features, including a new AIFF Sample Rate selector, a “Stop
Recording After” setting, and two new post-processing scripts to “Add To
iPod” and “Encode To Wav”. Several other features have also been added,
and minor bugs have been fixed.
Audio Hijack is the perfect tool to record any audio on your computer.
With Audio Hijack, you can quickly and easily save audio from almost any
application to an AIFF file. This file can then be burned to a CD, or
played in any software audio player like iTunes or any hardware audio
player like an iPod.
* AIFF Sample Rate selector
* “Stop Recording After” option
* New “Add to iPod” and “Encode to Wav” scripts
* Scroll-wheel support for knobs
* Many hijacking and AppleScript reliability improvements
* Better handling of RealPlayer-related files and mal-formed Target URLs
* Semantic adjustments (“Presets” are now “Sessions”, “Timer” is now
* Inspector window now no longer hides when in background
* Mute menu items now correctly updates Mute button
Audio Hijack 2.2 is immediately available for download and purchase.
Users are encouraged to take it for a free test drive, then purchase it
for just $16. Version 2.2 is a free update for all previously registered
owners of Audio Hijack.
Audio Hijack Links
See Audio Hijack in action: http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohijack/
Audio Hijack information link: http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohijack/
Direct download link: http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohijack/download.php
Rogue Amoeba Background
Rogue Amoeba Software, LLC is a privately held software company based
minutes outside of Princeton, New Jersey. Rogue Amoeba creates powerful,
innovative tools for OS X, and has a good time doing it. Rogue Amoeba’s
founders carry a tradition of superb Macintosh products, with a focus on
audio. Rogue Amoeba’s product line includes the wildly popular Audio
Hijack series for audio recording, the sound-routing utility Detour and
the audio broadcasting tool Nicecast.
For more information on Rogue Amoeba Software, please visit