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A channel mapping issue which could affect devices containing both inputs and outputs when capturing from VoIP apps has been corrected. Clock synchronization and drift correction have been improved when device clocks experience discontinuities.

On Ventura, this audio can now be captured on a per-application basis by targeting the application where the text is being spoken.

Audio Hijack now requires MacOS If you’re still on This includes a workaround for issues with FaceTime volume when using the built-in microphone, as well as an improvement in dealing with poorly implemented Audio Units.

Tracking of audio device sample clocks also now works better when the device is providing erroneous information. CPU usage has been reduced in many common audio flows, clock synchronization across devices has been improved, and persistent device tracking has been improved. Several visual improvemnts have been made for better legibility throughout the app. This includes making active Recorder blocks easier to read, and greatly improving the coloring of selected wires when using manual connections in Light mode.

An issue where upsampling of certain low sample rates could sometimes produce audio artifacts has been resolved. To avoid a rare issue where recordings could be corrupted, Audio Hijack now prevents editing of tags during playback and waveform creation.

The user interface now indicates when the app is finalizing. Further improvements are planned for the future. Multiple fixes and improvements have been made for block popovers, to ensure they behave optimally.

Once a session is closed, re-attaching any detached popovers will make the session window reappear. A new hidden preference has been added, enabling Audio Hijack’s Dock icon to be hidden.

Please note that this may behave in sub-optimal ways. This option may be removed in the future. Smarter Templates Templates are now more intelligent in picking applications.

If Fission is present on the system, Audio Hijack will use it as its editor, if no other editor is set. A new article for VoiceOver users has been added to our Knowledge Base. This article provides a useful overview of using Audio Hijack 4 with VoiceOver. Further, the Session List window now includes a button available only via VoiceOver to guide users to this article. Background rows in both the Session List window and the global window now correctly alternate colors at all times.

Using Undo to remove a block after adding it now works better. Further improvements are still pending. An incompatibility with the views supplied by v3 Audio Units has been fixed, and these plugins will now respond to mouse events as expected. A rare issue where Audio Unit effects could incorrectly switch to a Generic view when switching Spaces has now been corrected. Hold Shift at launch to prevent any windows from opening, and stop auto-run sessions from running.

This preference will be automatically enabled for existing users who are using Instruments in Audio Hijack. Debug logging for scripting has been improved, to enable us to provide better support with scripting issues. Fussy typography improvements have been made to the mailing list sign-up window which is displayed on the fifth launch for new users. Importing Improvements for Sessions With Many Recordings Audio Hijack 3 sessions with many recordings could previously be slow to import to Audio Hijack 4, or fail to import at all.

This has been corrected. This will happen automatically, with no user intervention necessary. A rare issue where pipelines could change slightly when imported from Audio Hijack 3 has been corrected. A rare issue where certain Audio Hijack 3 sessions could import into Audio Hijack 4 without a name has been corrected.

If you have sessions already imported by Audio Hijack 4. Improvements have been made for opening imported sessions which contain a lot of recording data many recordings or long recordings. New Block: Mixer Mixer lets you mix up to five sources together, with useful volume controls and fades.

New Block: Magic Boost Turn on the Magic Boost effect, and quiet audio is boosted while louder audio is left untouched.

Select from one of the four presets to reduce the range between soft and loud sounds. Background Sessions Audio Hijack sessions can now run without their window needing to be open.

Close a window and keep on recording. Now, any time you log in to your Mac, Audio Hijack will launch and your session will run.

Manual Connections Audio Hijack now allows you to connect your blocks manually. Switch a session to use manual connections, and you can control the exact layout and flow of your audio pipeline.

Scripts can run automatically when sessions start and stop, and process recordings as they’re created. Block Feature: Block Nicknames Using multiple blocks of the same type? Block Feature: Pinnable Popovers for All Blocks All blocks now have popovers, so you can pin any block for easy viewing and access, no matter what you’re doing on your Mac.

Block Feature: Presets in All Blocks Every single block now offers presets, allowing you to save your settings for future use. Spend less time on configuration! Its block face now offers helpful meters, while its popover provides presets, a handy Mute button, and access to volume overdriving. In addition, a subtle visual indicator alerts you when a possibly lower quality built-in device is selected.

As well, new pipeline indicators make it clearer how connections work. Block Update: Channels With a dynamic on-face visual indicator, as well as an on-face adjustor, the Channels block is handier than ever. As well, it now animates between presets, which is just fun. As well, assorted bugs related to audio flow have been corrected, and pipeline indicators have been improved. Even better, if the application reappears while the session is still running, its audio will now be captured.

Blocks Filter At the top of the Block Library, you’ll find an incredibly helpful filter. Use it to quickly find the exact block you want, even if you have hundreds of Audio Units installed. Major Updates to Audio Unit Hosting Audio Unit effects are now hosted in a separate process, to avoid crashes caused by misbehaving plugins, as well as provide the best support for Intel-based plugins running in emulation on M1 processors.

We’ve always worked hard to ensure Audio Hijack is accessible to users with vision impairments, and Audio Hijack 4 is no exception. It features a more compact list view, and provides helpful controls and status indicators, for fast, easy access.

Use it to check in on Audio Hijack sessions, or to stop or start them, without needing to pull Audio Hijack forward. You can also pin the global window, giving you a floating Audio Hijack control. These per-session tabs now logically store Recordings and Timers with their specific sessions. As well, Info tab now enables easy session renaming and provides session controls. It shows file data, provides more robust playback, and allows editing of all ID3 tags. Interface Update: Improved Block Popovers Block popovers now offer a Detach button, to tear off the popover from its block and make it stay on screen within Audio Hijack.

Once detached, a Pin button is shown. Click it to make the popover float above all windows on the Mac. Interface Update: Recording Status Indicators Several additional animations and indicators have been added to make it clear when a recording is occurring.

Pin the popover so that it floats above all other windows, and your recording status will be visible anywhere on your Mac. Pressing the escape key while dragging a block from the library or a new wire between while in manual connection mode will now cancel the action. The audio pipeline has been updated in many ways, and now uses more aesthetically pleasing curved connections. If the window is in the background, the shortcut pulls it forward.

Blocks can now be moved via the arrow keys, coupled with Option for small moves and Command for larger moves. Leading periods in filenames are now replaced with dashes, to prevent recordings from being hidden.

Several fixes have been implemented to make generic interfaces for Audio Unit effects work better. Pick up right where you left off. Improvements have been made for the Installer and Quick Tour, to present better on small resolutions using scrollbars to make all content accessible.

The frequency of Software Update checks can now be adjusted on the server. In the specific case of older versions like Audio Hijack 3, it will be turned down to avoid over-alerting users to a paid upgrade. While we strongly encourage you to upgrade to Audio Hijack 4, we don’t need nor want to nag you every five days.

Updates to ACE A heuristic to detect rare devices with inaccurate non-sensical clocks has been added, enabling them to be disabled before they can cause cascading problems. A bug where session names could incorrectly become editable when the Home window was opened automatically has been corrected.

Audio Distortion Fix An issue where audio could, in rare cases involving multiple Audio Unit effects, be distorted with pops and clicks, has been fixed.

This regression was introduced in Audio Hijack 3. Important Memory Leak Plugged A memory leak which could impact long-running sessions that were processing device audio has been fixed.

Fixes and Improvements in ACE Rare audio artifacts should no longer be heard when sources come and go. This includes artifacts heard when capturing from browser tabs. An issue where rare configurations without a Source but with an audio-producing Audio Unit might fail to advance the session timer has been corrected. Handling for built-in EQ effects has been improved in cases where invalid data is provided from an audio source. Menu items, such as those in the Help menu, are now properly accessible when the Welcome window is visible.

It is now based on Sparkle 1. Automatic background updating has been removed as well, placing the user in charge of all updates. When active, you may receive notice of pre-release versions of the software, ahead of its wide release. Major Updates in ACE Its sample rate converter has been upgraded, drift correction has been improved, and several rare issues have been resolved. Improvements have been made for the Installer and Quick Tour, to present better on small resolutions, using scrollbars to make all content accessible.

When Audio Hijack is unlocked by entering a valid license key, in addition to displaying an animation, it will now play a brief celebratory sound for visually impaired users. When using the Input Switch block, audio will once again correctly switch away from Audio Unit plugins, fixing a regression in Audio Hijack 3.

Further improvements have been made for dealing with Intel plugins on Apple Silicon-powered Macs, to handle crashy plugins. ACE Updated to This update has several fixes, and provides further handling for future MacOS updates running on Apple Silicon. As before, M1 Mac users should update immediately. M1 Mac users should update immediately.

Though there are no known issues, we do not yet recommend its use in critical productions. Further testing is ongoing, with more updates to follow.

ACE Audio Hijack will now capture both halves of conversations for users beta testing voice and video calls in the Whatsapp Desktop app. Backend updates have been made for better future compatibility with the new M1 chip-based Macs.

Additional updates with support for these machines will be forthcoming. Playback to Bluetooth devices has been improved, non-standard audio formats will again play as expected, and several regressions have been fixed. Critical Fixes in ACE Audio Hijack is not yet compatible with MacOS 11 Big Sur , but we expect to have an additional release with support in the very near future.

Stay tuned! This bug has ben squashed with much alacrity. Quickly get a free stream up and running with one of the services offered by major platforms, including Periscope, Twitch, and YouTube Live. Live streaming is great for offering a live feed while recording a podcast, or transmitting content like concerts and DJ sets. Still more improvements have been made to the tracking of USB audio devices, to work around issues where devices don’t properly identify themselves in a unique fashion.

This will uninstall and then immediately reinstall ACE. Full MacOS Note that a one-time data reset will occur for any previously learned noise profiles. We apologize for the inconvenience. Window Improvements Several small issues related to the handling of various windows have been fixed.

Windows once again properly come forward when switching to Audio Hijack, and the behavior of pinned popovers is once again correct. Schedule Helper Fixes Schedule Helper has been fixed to no longer incorrectly require so much authentication. Several additional improvements have been made, including small VoiceOver fixes, a refactoring of the Wizard window, and more. It will now better handle issues caused by many USB audio devices.

Audio Hijack will automatically track devices across restarts and between ports on your computer, so fewer adjustments are necessary. Source Selector Improvements The Source selector, found in the Application input block, has been updated and improved.

Other minor interface improvements have been made as well. MacOS As part of this update, audio capture from Skype will again occur at the expected volume. ACE is now required to use Audio Hijack.

If it is not currently installed, you’ll be prompted to install it at launch. The Declick, Dehum, and Denoise plugins have been overhauled and modernized. The new versions of these blocks can now be found in the Advanced section of the block library. Auto-splitting files based on time now has millisecond precision, so splits are much more precise.

When adjusting an Input or Output Device block that is in an error state because a device has disappeared, changes made will now immediately take effect, even if the session is actively running. The buffer size used while recording has been increased, to prevent very rare cases where an over-stressed machine or disk could drop audio.

If an error does still occur, it will now be logged. The Application source block now better handles applications with unconventional application names. The Broadcast block has been updated to plug a memory leak, and save CPU by doing smarter time formatting. Updates have been made to track titles used by the Broadcast block, to fix a bug where large artwork captured by the Track Title system in the Broadcast block could cause audio drop outs, and better capture metadata by using a separate process.

Audio Hijack works to properly handle third-party Audio Unit plugins on Catalina. Apple now requires third-party Audio Unit plugins to be properly signed and notarized, causing many older plugins to fail to load on Catalina. The developers of these individual plugins will need to issue properly signed updates to their plugins. A new wizard has been added to Audio Hijack for installing, updating, and removing ACE among other things.

It will also present update notes on the first launch of a new version, and intelligently warn if uninstalling ACE will impact other applications. The About box has been updated to provide additional version information in an easy-to-read fashion. Audio Hijack now has two one-shot notices for a sub-set of older users. On first launch, users on Catalina who have active third-party Audio Units will receive one notice, while users on any OS with active Declick, Dehum, or Denoise blocks will receive another.

Several issues with audio playback in the Recordings tab have been corrected, including proper playback of high sample rate files, lower CPU usage, fixed memory leaks and a crash avoided. A very rare crash sometimes triggered by splitting then stopping a recording is no more.

It has ceased to be. The 10 Band EQ has been improved, with markings that are accurate across all input sample rates, as well as reduced frequency rolloff. Several minor improvements and optimizations have been made to file playback in the Recordings tab. Backend changes have been made to many small pieces of Audio Hijack, which should improve its longevity.. Audio Hijack now better handles error reporting when attempting to capture from apps which require the ACE extra.

Menu items will again properly reflect the most recent action taken. Option-return now correctly places a newline in the Comments field when editing tags in the Recordings tab. Audio Hijack now alerts the user to this requirement when necessary.

Small corrections have been made for UI issues when blocks are off, and other minor interface tweaks have been made. As well, CPU usage has been improved when moving blocks within a session. The Broadcast block now offers presets for MP3 and AAC streaming, as well as fully customizable setups via the powerful new advanced encoding options.

A rare issue where crackly AAC streaming could occur due to sample rate issues has been corrected. When a server issue occurs after the successful start of a stream, the Broadcast block will re-try its connection for up to 10 minutes.

The Broadcast block now properly supports fully manual track title information in addition to automatic track titles pulled from supported sources. When album artwork data is available, the Broadcast block now properly sends it to Shoutcast 2 servers.

Shoutcast 1 and Icecast 2 servers don’t support album artwork. Existing setups will be switched to a fixed server type; users should verify this change. Audio Hijack now offers a brand-new Broadcast output block. Audio Hijack also has a new Input Switch block, which allows you to toggle between two different audio sources with a quick click. Audio Hijack now works around device visibility issues caused by incorrect behavior seen in apps such Boom.

ACE has been updated to version 9. Instant On has been updated to version 8. Application audio capture will now always occur at the correct sample rate, rather than incorrectly defaulting to Audio capture now works as expected when a device with very high sample rates above kHz is in use. Enhancements: Important improvements have been made to improve the way Audio Hijack behaves for VoiceOver users. Multiple improvements have been made to timers, as part of a never-ending quest to ensure their reliability.

Audio Hijack now has extremely preliminary compatibility with MacOS We still recommend users stick with a fully supported version of MacOS for now.

This version temporarily reverts an update to the audio capture backend which was part of Audio Hijack 3. The updated capture method requires a bit more time and testing.

Schedule Helper has been updated to version 2. The audio capture backend has been updated to be more robust, and this new style capture is now used by default when Instant On is installed. Users shouldn’t notice any changes. Audio Hijack now reopens windows on the correct screen when multiple screens are connected to your Mac. We’ve corrected an issue where deleting blocks on MacOS Due to changes in iTunes Major Enhancement: Instant On has been updated to version 8.

Timer conflict detection has been revised and no longer incorrectly identifies conflicts between unrelated Sessions. The new.

Major Enhancement: Capturing audio from the Slack application is now fully supported when Instant On is installed. Major Enhancement: The Instant On component has been updated to version 8. The Menu Bar Meters block now has proper Retina art in the menu bar. Our long, blurry nightmare is finally over. As well, the desired meter type is now correctly saved. Files in the Recordings tab can now be right-clicked to access a contextual menu, offering controls for manipulating the recording.

The Schedule area of the Home window will now visually indicate when conflicts exist between timers. The Time Shift block has been improved in several ways, fixing a display issue with large jumps, providing a better VoiceOver value, and improving the explanatory text. Presets for several blocks have been improved to save additional settings, including saving album art as part of Recorder block presets, saving all settings in the Application source block, and saving the specified channels in an Output block.

A selected item in the Recordings area will now collapse if multiple files are selected. As well, Recordings and Timers in the Schedule tab will toggle between expanded and collapsed when clicked, as well as with the left and right arrow keys. Audio Hijack can convert. To access the conversion option, right-click the file in the Recordings area. VoiceOver improvements! The display of app names for background processes accessible by holding option while clicking the Source select in an Application block has been improved.

A recursion where tokens in Recorder fields could refer back to one another and cause an infinite loop has been fixed. An issue where incompletely loaded windows could appear when importing a Session has been corrected. Recorder fields can now have variable tokens inserted via the contextual menu, which should be particularly helpful for VoiceOver users. We’ve fixed audio playback off all files in the Recording tab.

Previously, some files played at double speed, and that was weird! A rare bug where number fields in the Recorder block could become empty, leading to an exception, has been fixed. Major Enhancement: Instant On 8. On Mac OS X An issue where Audio Hijack could prevent system idle sleep after a timer recording has been fixed.

Holding the shift key during launch now prevents session windows from re-opening. Holding the shift key when opening a session now prevents popovers from re-opening.

Audio Units are now reset on session start. Audio Units are now uninitialized and then re-initialized when their sample rate is changed on session start. This works around a known issue with SonarWorks AU. While the app will perform better overall, we expect that these changes will generally not be noticeable to users, but the app will perform better over all!

Several additional VoiceOver improvements have been made to the Source menu found in Application Blocks. Shift-Space and Option-Space are now equivalent to option-clicking the menu, to reveal background sources, and the title of the Source menu is now properly read when tabbing to it.

Thanks to all our VoiceOver users for their feedback! Audio Hijack now better handles missing audio devices, useful when devices are unplugged, and when Sessions are imported from another machine. In short, this leads things to behave logically and as expected.

When clicked, pinned popovers no longer bring forward their session if Audio Hijack is in the foreground , nor other Audio Hijack windows if Audio Hijack is in the background.

Its popover now offers controls for 3, 10, and 30 second jumps. Better still, you can now access Time Shift from within any application, with global keyboard shortcuts. Share Sessions with friends via the Session menu. Export your own Sessions to share, or import Sessions from others! Major Enhancement: The new Sync Block lets you add a precise delay to the audio, of up to ms 1 second , per Block.

The “Session Name” and “File Counter” variables are once again supported, for use in file names and metadata. Popover positions, as well as torn-off and pinned states, are now remembered and restored between launches. The Block library has been updated with a new Advanced section, and the Meters section has been moved up. Error messages for recording issues have been improved. We don’t expect that you’ll ever see those anyway, though.

Improvements to the scheduler to handle rare edge cases will provide even more reliable timed recording. When editing a tag in the Recordings tab, the tag will now be saved correctly even if action is taken while the tag is still in focus. Repeating Timer descriptions now display days of week in the same order as the actual day of week buttons. It was pretty goofy that this wasn’t always the case.

Enhancement: Instant On 8. Additional fixes for high-sample rate devices mean unwanted noise will be eliminated for all types of audio capture. Tweak: Keyboard shortcuts in Session window now work when full keyboard access or VoiceOver is used to navigate to the LCD or lower toolbar buttons.

Remove silence, start a new recording based on it, or end your recording entirely. It will also attempt to automatically correct any Sessions which used Volume Overdrive to work around the auto-ducking.

Major Enhancement: Audio Hijack is now smarter in dealing with missing and re-appearing audio devices. In addition, when a device is not plugged in, Audio Hijack will alert you so you can adjust your settings. Previously, Audio Hijack could simply fail to capture audio, and that was far from ideal.

We recommend our own editor Fission , of course, but any editor may be chosen. Option-click to reset this preference. Keyboard control has been expanded for quick access to important recording controls.

Turn off all Recordings in a Session with Commmand-K. Pause all Recordings with Command-B. Split all Recordings with Command-T. Several minor cosmetic improvements have been made, including fixes for icons in the App Source popup and flickering in the Recording tab. Certain rare and unsupported combinations of AAC settings which previously caused an error are now correctly limited in the UI.

As usual, we recommend getting the latest version right away! The Recorder block now has a “Stopped” state, shown when a File Limit is reached or the Block is turned off. Critical Bug Fix: This update fixes a thankfully rare issue, where timers could break and begin to behave inconsistently. Critical Bug Fix: A regression introduced in version 3. All timers should now function as expected. Major Enhancement: Overall latency in Audio Hijack has been massively reduced, and improvements to prevent latency from growing have been made as well.

If you had issues with latency previously, please test this new version. Critical Bug Fix: Due to faulty logic, on days when clocks changed for Daylight Saving Time, timers previously suffered from off-by-one-hour issues.

This has now been corrected, so timers will work correctly on all days of the year. Files are named correctly after splits, and the finalization of longer files is better handled. The Recordings and Schedule tabs now feature “Delete Recording s ” and “Delete Timer s ” buttons respectively, to make it much more obvious how to delete these items.

An issue where a popover could come down with an uncontrollable case of the jiggles has been corrected. It may have looked funny, but it was certainly not correct! Various other minor interface improvements, including preventing unnecessary scrolling in the Library, updating highlight colors, tweaking the schedule layout slightly, adding a “No Presets” view when the last preset is deleted, and improving editing of an active timer.

Critical Bug Fix: We’ve fixed an issue where App Nap could affect recordings, particularly unattended recordings, resulting in incomplete or incorrect audio.

If you experienced any issues with incomplete recordings, this update should cure things. Enhancement: Recorder settings can now be tweaked when a Recorder block is off, regardless of the state of the Session running or not. The Recordings tab will now update titles to reflect file name or title tag changes, as well as other tag changes.

If Instant On is not installed, dragging a System Audio block into a running Session will now not pop a whole mess of errors. Nice, huh? Session windows now properly remember to re-open on launch, and the Home window now opens behind other Session windows on launch, not in front of them. The text of the Ducking block has been updated in an attempt at greater clarity. Its functionality is unchanged. It is no longer possible to delete in-progress recordings.

That was weird, so we no longer allow it. Previously, there was a complex and confusing issue where splitting AAC or ALAC files could eventually result in a file winding up mis-named and a directory higher than it should have been. A preliminary fix to avoid the issue is now in place. Critical Bug Fix: An issue where audio could get crackly and eventually stop playing through properly has been fixed.

Critical Bug Fix: A rare but serious bug where Audio Hijack could pinwheel and die at the end of a recording has been corrected. Bug Fix: We crushed an irritating bug where text fields in the Recordings tab would lose focus with each keystroke. Bug Fix: Importing of old Sessions is now more robust, and correctly imports all timers and tags. Bug Fix: Improvements to latency have been made, particularly to prevent latency growth.

Further improvements to latency issues are expected in future versions. Recorders which hit a File Limit will now correctly resume after either the Block or the Session is toggled off and back on. A disabled timer could stop a recording currently being made by another timer. Variables in Recorder Block tags and file names are now properly expanded, to fix both omitted fields and issues with expansion.

When a Recorder Block has variables in multiple fields which refer to one another, this is now handled sensibly. As well, variables in Recorder Block tags can no longer incorrectly refer back to themselves. A rare issue where Blocks could leave, well, droppings, has been corrected. Honestly, it looked like the Block had defecated.

It was hilarious, but wrong. Accessibility improvement: The first block pasted into the Audio Grid is now properly selected and described by VoiceOver. Accessibility improvement: The disclosure buttons for advanced sections in popovers and library sub-sections are now skipped by VoiceOver. These sections automatically expand on VoiceOver-interact. The buttons were poorly described, and of no value to VoiceOver users.

Accessibility improvement: Schedule times were incorrectly read by VoiceOver, which could be very, very confusing! They’ll now be read correctly.

Accessibility improvement: The “Hide Library” button which hides the library from VoiceOver navigation, as well as visually is now correctly labeled for VoiceOver.

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