Rogue Amoeba on Monday released an update for its audio recording tool, Audio Hijack Pro, bringing the current version to 2.9.
The new version includes several enhancements including a refreshed user interface with a status LCD and an enhanced Recording Bin; a Recording Bin’s Inspector that allows you to edit ID3 tags; support for the Artwork tag; and included updates to Soundflower, for capturing System Audio, and the LAME MP3 engine, for recording to MP3
The update also fixes a potential crash caused by Mac OS X 10.5.6, as well as a variety of other minor bug fixes, the company said.
Audio Hijack Pro is available from the company’s Web site. For new users the application costs $32.