RAW 1.1 (build12) - Record Real, Windows, QT and other Net Audio as MP4-AAC

Bitcartel updates RAW 1.1, an Internet audio recorder that saves to
MP4-AAC, with important bug fixes. With RAW 1.1, schedule recordings
with iCal to record Real, Windows, QuickTime, Flash, MP3 and other media
formats. Multiple news webcasts, music videos, movie trailers and net
radio can be recorded simultaneously as MP4-AAC, compatible with iTunes
and iPods. RAW (Free demo, $20) requires Mac OS X 10.2 to 10.3.1


Nov 26, 2003 - RAW enables you to surf and save Net audio as MP4-AAC,
supporting Real, Windows, Quicktime and other formats. Works with iCal
to schedule recording. Handles multiple sources, such as BBC, NPR,
music videos, movie trailers, or news webcasts, at the same time.
Recorded files are iPod compatible. RAW offers AppleScript support for
third party developers.

What's new in RAW 1.1 build 12

- Fixed WinMedia handling bug ( appeared in builds 9 thru 11 )
- Fixed a bug where some links to media could fail to load
- Improved handling of history of sites visited

With RAW you can:

- Record Internet audio as MP4-AAC (iPod compatible)
- Schedule recordings via iCal
- Make multiple recordings at the same time
- Split recordings manually, or automatically by time
- AppleScript support
- Support for:
- RealAudio / RealVideo
- Windows media
- QuickTime media
- Flash web content
- MP3, M3U, EXTM3U streaming net radio
- Midi web sounds

System Requirements:

- Mac OS X 10.2 or 10.3
- QuickTime 6.2 or greater
- At least 50mb free hard disk space (more recommended)
- RealOne Player (for RealAudio support)
- WindowsMedia Player 9 (for WindowsMedia support)
- iCal 1.5.1 or greater (for scheduling)

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