WireTap Studio 1.0.7 features the following changes/enhancements:
-- Improved performance and more efficient memory usage
-- Custom hot keys for starting and stopping recording
-- Option-clicking source pop-ups now show hidden applications
-- Can now record from Java apps and other applications that have improperly coded bundle identifiers-- Improved recording session performance
-- Support for scroll wheel and and Multi-Touch trackpad
-- Enhanced drag-n-drop capabilities
WireTap Studio is an award-winning audio recording and management solution, which will allow you to manipulate and manage your audio like never before. Record the discrete audio output of any application, as well as all Mac system audio, or even record audio input from any microphone, line-in, or audio input hardware.
Once your audio has been recorded, WireTap Studio's audio editor allows you to edit in a revolutionary way - completely lossless and foolproof. Lossless master recording technology enables you to edit your recorded audio without any loss of quality or content. Come back days, months, or even years later and undo the changes you've made. You can even take a file you mistakenly recorded at a lower quality and increase the quality at any time, without the need to re-record!
Even better, patent-pending LivePreview technology enables you to preview your audio before you capture it, saving you lots of time and stress. No longer will you need to record multiple bitrates and formats and then compare them. With WireTap Studio, now you can change the bitrate and even the file format, and hear the changes in real time!
WireTap Studio's library lets you manage your clips with ease. The familiar and user-friendly environment includes support for audio clip sorting, searching, and even creating groups. When you're ready, take your clips and export them anywhere you like with a simple drag and drop. Want to send your favorite audio clip to your iPhone or Bluetooth file sharing enabled cellphone as a ringtone? You got it! How about easily copying your clips to your iPod? Roger that.