Audio Hijack Pro 2.0 Now Shipping

Rogue Amoeba has released a new version Audio Hijack Pro, bringing it to version 2.0. Audio Hijack Pro is an audio player designed for custom sound embedding and capturing. The latest version features AAC and ALAC recording support and a redesigned UI. According to Rogue Amoeba:

Rogue Amoeba Software burst onto the Mac OS X scene with the release of their first product, the audio recording/ enhancing utility Audio Hijack. In 2003, they unveiled the next generation Audio Hijack Pro, which garned a 2003 Mac OS X Innovators Award from OiReilly and widespread critical and consumer acclaim. Now in 2004 theyire poised to revolutionize the Mac software world once again by unveiling Audio Hijack Pro 2, replete with over 35 new features.

Audio Hijack Pro has always been a great way to record internet streams, import records and cassettes, or grab DVD audio, and now itis even better than ever. With Audio Hijack Pro 2, users can now record to AAC and Apple Lossless (ALAC), in addition to the original MP3 and AIFF formats. With the new Recording Bin, recordings can be previewed, post-processed and even burned to CD. Improved timers can be set to run once or recur, and even wake the computer and launch Audio Hijack Pro automatically.

Key New Features In Audio Hijack Pro 2:

  • Elegant New User Interface
  • Now records to AAC and Apple Lossless (ALAC) formats
  • Recording Bin for Organization and Previewing
  • Built-in CD Burning
  • Split on Silence/Remove Silence
  • One-shot and Recurring Timers
  • Automatic Timers to wake your computer (10.3-only) and launch Audio Hijack Pro
  • Integrated Audio Input Recording
  • ID3 Tagging
  • Parallel Effects Processing
  • Over 35 major new features in total!

You can find more information about the Audio Hijack Pro 2.0 release at the Rogue Amoeba Web site. Audio Hijack Pro 2.0 upgrades are US$10.00 for registered users, while the full version is available for US$32.00.

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