Rochester, NY -- June 1st, 2006 -- Ambrosia Software, Inc. announced today the release of WireTap Pro 1.2.0. This minor bug-fix update of the audio capture utility adds compatibility with Intel processor Macs, among other bug fixes. This is free to registered users of WireTap Pro 1.x is a stepping stone to a major new Universal Binary version of WireTap Pro that is already well underway. You may download WireTap Pro 1.2.0 here:
WireTap Pro 1.2.0 features the following changes/enhancements:
-- Can now record Mac Audio when running under Rosetta on Intel Macs; performance is excellent.
-- Fixed the available source records in applescript.
-- Fixed the Automator action.
-- Finder is now always present in the procesing application popup.
-- Fixed a problem that caused the preprocessor field to go blank if the postprocessor field had a file in it.
-- Fixed a bug that caused a file choosing sheet to get stuck on 10.2 systems.
With the click of a button, WireTap Pro allows you to record any audio on your Mac. WireTap Pro's simple but powerful interface allows you to record audio from any running applications, as well as from any microphone, line-in, headset, and even your radioSHARK.
Want to record sound snippets from your favorite DVD movie, digitize your old record collection, record streaming audio from the Internet, or even use your iPod as a personal Dictaphone? WireTap Pro is your solution. Download it and try it out for free now:
WireTap Pro can save your digital recordings in the popular .mp3, AAC, QuickTime, and AIFF file formats, saving them to your hard drive for later processing/listening. WireTap Pro can also save your recordings directly into iTunes, or onto your iPod or other iTunes-compatible .mp3 player. You have total control over the file format, compression, and quality of your recordings.
WireTap Pro costs $19, and a free trial version is available.
Rochester, NY -- May 2, 2006 -- Ambrosia Software, Inc. announced today the release of Apeiron X 1.0.2. This new release of Apeiron X is a Universal Binary that runs native on Intel Macs, and continues to work on MacOS X 10.2 or later, OS 9, and even older 68K Macs. In addition to being a Universal Binary, a few minor bugs were fixed, and features polished.
You can download Apeiron X 1.0.2 here:
Apeiron X 1.0.2 includes the following changes/enhancements:
-- Recompiled as Universal Binary to natively on Intel Macs.
-- Fixed Type 2 crashes under OS9 when switching out.
-- Disable in-a-window mode under OS9, which was never supported.
-- Switching out of fullscreen under OS9 minimizes the game window.
-- Fixed OSX plist to stop claiming files with .data suffix.
-- Increased default OS9 memory partition to 7000k.
-- Updated the version number.
Welcome to the addiction of Apeiron X, an arcade game like no other. Don't let it's simple game play fool you, an easy game to play, but one hard to master. You are released into the mushroom patch where it's man vs insect, as you try to battle each wave of never ending bugs. Featuring an online ranking system, players are able to record their highest scores and see how they compare with other worldwide Apeiron fanatics.
Apeiron X costs $15, or $5 for registered users of the original Apeiron.
Rochester, NY -- April 28th, 2006 -- Ambrosia Software, Inc. is pleased to announce today the release of the Universal binary Darwinia 1.4.2. This latest release of the groundbreaking realtime strategy game is free to registered users of Darwinia, and may be downloaded here:
Darwinia 1.4.2 features the following changes/enhancements:
-- It is now fully Intel compatible
-- Functional key pad bindings
-- Added difficulty settings
-- Updated Ambrosia Toolkit for Intel/Mac compatibility
-- Offering icon based control system for new users, yet still offering gesture based control system for existing users
-- It is now up to date with Darwinia Windows 1.4
-- Minor bug fixes and enhancements
Rochester, NY -- January 11th, 2006 -- Ambrosia Software, Inc. announced today the release of iSeek 1.1.0. This minor bug-fix update of the Internet search utility, which is free to registered users of iSeek 1.x, may be downloaded here:
iSeek 1.1.0 features the following changes/enhancements:
-- iSeek now comes with a companion MacOS X "Tiger" Widget for quick Dashboard searching
-- Revamped the Search Sites pref pane
-- Added "Widget-only" mode to General pref pane
-- Other minor bug fixes and enhancements
Rochester, NY -- January 11th, 2006 -- Ambrosia Software, Inc. announced today the release of WireTap Pro 1.1.4. This minor bug-fix update of the audio capture utility, which is free to registered users of WireTap Pro 1.x, may be downloaded here:
WireTap Pro 1.1.4 features the following changes/enhancements:
-- Recordings no longer fall back on the default input device if the selected device is unavailable. An error message is reported.
-- Saving to iTunes now correctly saves recordings to the library when Copy on Add option isn't selected in iTunes under all circumstances.
-- The system's temporary directory is now used for scratch space if the user chosen scratch location is deleted.
-- Fixes a crash that occur under rare circumstances on some machines if a device is immediately unplugged after dismissing the preferences dialog.
-- WireTap Pro no longer changes the sample rate of input devices prior to recording. The user must do this in Audio MID Setup. A Configure... button was added to bring this app up.
-- Addresses a problem that caused certain USB devices (spefically those that show up as USB Audio Codec) to not work correctly with WireTap Pro after updating to OS X 10.4.3.
-- WireTap Pro now correctly handles sample rate changes of input devices during record
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