Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Free Web Entertainment Software

Audials One, Audials Tunebite & Audials Radiotracker With New Software

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RapidSolution Software has released Product Generation 8 of its Windows Software products Audials One, Audials Radiotracker, Audials Tunebite and Audials Mediaraptor at http://audials.com, with new functions for enjoying free entertainment from the web. Radiotracker and Tunebite products are among the most frequently used programs for live online radio recording, and for media file format problems. The complete Audials One package offers a one stop application to search for music, films, video and radio, as well as allowing all these media formats to be recorded, downloaded, and converted into different file formats to support any device, or playback system.

Radio - Now Offering Improved radio reception and recording capabilities

The radio functions have been improved to support nearly 50,000 internet radio stations. Broadcasters are now categorised for users to easily search the online radio index database. The new version 8 also enables complete albums to be recorded and saved with better categorizations and album detail.

Search - Search finds more music on the internet

More music websites and video portals have been added to the built in search function. Some additional improvements include searches now based on album title. Audials software can now differentiate between music videos and slideshows accompanied by music, and can save videos and music as MP3 files depending on the selected settings.

Improved recording function for internet content

Music services are now available that only allow music to be listened to using proprietary software or within the browser. Audials software can now record this audio streaming at the highest quality, isolate each individual piece of music and automatically save them with ID3 tags, images from the music albums and lyrics. Videos and films can be automatically recorded and saved from all internet pages and online video stores. The controls have also been simplified considerably.

More optimised profiles for mobile phones and iPhones etc.

In Version 8, the revised video converter provides high-quality results, for example with h.264 coding. The re-recording of DRM copy-protected videos with SD or HD 720p resolution has also been improved. Over 50 profiles are now available for the most popular devices. Optimally synchronised profiles for smartphones, Apple iPhone/iPad/iPod, PS3, Xbox and many mobile phones provide improved results and simplified controls compared to predecessors.

Protect your own DVD collections from the ravages of time and enjoy movies on the move

The lifetime of purchased film DVDs is often limited, no matter how carefully they are used and stored. Previously, consumers were forced to accept the fact that, sooner or later, some of their DVDs would no longer be playable. For the first time, Audials One and Audials Tunebite now provide the opportunity to archive protected films on DVD by legally re-recording them as private copies. In most countries, cracking the DVD content scrambling system (CSS) is prohibited. The Audials software, however, provides a legal alternative in Generation 8: a legally purchased DVD can be re-recorded while it is being played using the Audials software, without breaking any laws. If required, the film can also be immediately converted to the right screen resolution and correct file format for all mobile devices. During recording, only DVD content being played is accessed. This is permitted by the copyright protection.

Audials as an entertainment centre

In Version 8, developers pushed ahead with the further simplification of controls for the constantly growing range of functions. Music, podcasts and videos can all be played using the improved Audials software player. As a new feature, the Audials software enables the user to rerecord music and video collections on an online storage area provided by cloud storage services. Music, videos & films can thus be accessed anywhere using mobile devices that can connect to the internet, e.g. via a UMTS flatrate.