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Boilsoft Audio Recorder for Mac 2.11 Released!

  • Editing functions have been added to Boilsoft Audio Recorder for Mac V2.11.
  • Trim off unwanted audio part from audios or recordings.
  • Abstract several clips from audios and join them into a new file.



Boilsoft Audio Recorder for Mac 2.06 Released!

  • Solving the problem of the recorder can not record from Radioshift.



Boilsoft Audio Recorder for Mac 2.01 Released!

  • Recording Resources: Record sound, or music from any applications (like Skype, QuickTime Player, RealPlayer, iTunes, VLC, Safari or DVD Player) or audio devices (CD, Line-in, Mic, Stereo Mix and Mono Mix) on Mac.
  • Batching Recording: It can enable you to record sound from four applications or web pages at most, which really saves you much time.
  • Profile settings: To adjust codec, bit rate, sample rate or channels when you record from applications to get your ideal audio effect.
  • Storing Format: Save audio files recorded from applications into popular MP3, AIFF, AAC, AC3, AU, FLAC, M4A, M4R, MATROSK and OGG format.
  • Preview Recordings: Play back or reveal your recordings with a single click.



Boilsoft Audio Recorder for Mac 1.01 Released!

  • User-friendly Interface: It is really easy to use this software. Most functions can be called up with a simple mouse click or menu selection with user-friendly interface.
  • Recording Resources: Record sound, voice, music or any other audio from any internal or external sources such as CD Line-in, Mic, Stereo Mix, Mono Mix and so on.
  • Schedule Support: Audio recording starts automatically according to scheduled task.
  • Hotkey Setting: System-wide hotkeys allow keyboard control over record, pause or stop while working in other programs
  • Storing Format: Save recordings to your hard drive in popular WAV, AAC or AIFF format
  • Real time Encoding: With real time encoding data when recording, no temporary file created
  • Working Rates: Wave encoding at sample rates between 8000 and 96000Hz in PCM or many other codecs