Virtual Audio Streaming is a virtual sound card that allows you to record any and all audio, including online movies/videos/audios, Skype calls, etc. Any audio you would normally hear from your headphones, speakers, etc. can be recorded by Virtual Audio Streaming and saved as an audio file. It can also broadcast/stream audio streams.
Virtual Audio Streaming simulates a sound card on your Windows. You can use it as an enhancement of your physical sound card. Virtual Audio Streaming has the following features:
Record all sounds
What you hear is what you get! Virtual Audio Streaming also fixes the ‘no stereo mix’ problem of Vista/Windows 7.
Virtual Audio Streaming can record ALL sounds that played from your computer. It is done by our kernel-mode virtual audio card driver to ensure the recording quality. Possible scenarios:
- Record Skype voice, with people’s and your voice mixed together or separated;
- Record online streaming music/audio, chatting/meeting voice, game sound, Internet radio, etc.;
- Record microphone voice;
- Extract audio from video;
Besides manually controlling the recording duration time, you also have the option to record sounds per audio stream. With this option, Virtual Audio Streaming can recognize & split sounds to different wav files per audio stream automatically.
Please also be noted that our virtual sound card driver has already been digitally signed with Microsoft, so it supports for both 32 bits & 64 bits of Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8.
Normally, online streaming audio sites (e.g., Justin.tv) or voice chat software (e.g., Skype) can only read sounds from your physical microphone. Virtual Audio Streaming removes this limitation. With its Virtual Microphone, you can easily stream local music files, physical microphone, or any sounds you hear from your computer. For example, you can open a webpage, listen to a song online, and then broadcast it on Justin.tv at the same time.
Also, as a loopback virtual sound card, Virtual Audio Streaming can create a virtual audio cable/channel between two audio applications. For example, you can pipe the sound of RealPlayer into a MP3 encoder without any quality loss.
Mix microphone and stereo mix (what u hear)Virtual Audio Streaming automatically mix all sounds it receives. For example, you can use this feature to add microphone voice to audio files or live Internet music. Then, the mixed sounds can be easily recorded or broadcasted.
1 click to switch audio device
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Reviews for Virtual Audio Streaming
This is a real piece of Scheisse….Not only did it not do its job when I went to un install it tried to take several other programs with it,,But I have revo and revo showed me what it was asking to to be removed…Run don’t walk from this ShiningMorning commie piece of rubbish…
Justin.tv has been gone since February 2015. They have rebranded as Twitch.tv and they do gamer videos only. I have a little trouble trusting a company that is recommending that their product be used on a site that has been closed for over a year and a half. They haven’t even updated their product description in well over two years. Justin.tv gave notice of termination long before February 2015.
LOL, 5 core processor that’s funny!
Does what it says. Nothing very special, if you need it grab it, it works.
Thanks Eurotrader I needed a laugh.
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Never heard of a 5core either, maybe he thinks an i5 is meaning 5 cores :)
there is a 15core though (Intel XEON E7 v2) and a 40 and 80 core are in the “pipeline”
Is 1-star the least I can give? LOLO!
Immediately after installing, this program did something that sucked 99% of the RAM on a 5-core (fast) trading computer. It would not let up and when forced uninstall, amazingly, the RAM came right back. When I got the annoying pop-up asking why I would uninstall this nightmare, they offered a “cleaning” program PC Optimizer Pro. I can’t imagine the nightmare running their “optimizer” program would wreak.
The GUI of the program is a bit clunky and not too intuitive to use. But, time will be well spent to get the program to work properly because the captured sounds are perfect! (No quality loss). I’ve used some other popular audio capture programs but for the last two years, I’ve only used this program because of the excellent sound quality. Highly recommended.
Recording to or simply passing audio from an input card to an output card isn’t something most OS makers thought we would ever want to do. Multiple recording and playback apps have tried to bridge the gap – successfully or in vain. Those that succeed are either too complex or costly. Those that fail are, well, failures.
Virtual Audio Streaming is none of the above. This is how it works. It creates a complete virtual sound card that bridges the shortcomings of your hardware. By connecting the input and output into one entity, Virtual Audio Streaming lets you record, stream or actively play whatever you input through the microphone or what your media player or any other plugged in audio device is playing. This is the description on paper.
Is it as good as the manufacturer says it is?
Virtual Audio Streaming has very simple user interface. There aren’t tons of buttons and options to confuse you. It is a plain capture and playback app that does what it says on the box. To the left are the capture controls, to the right the playback options and at the bottom record options. This simple layout creates the illusion that your audio is in a pipeline. The audio comes in from the left, you can either drop it down and save it or pass it on to audio out.
Virtual Audio streaming will always give you two options; Virtual and actual. You can either select a virtual microphone or plug in a real microphone. You can choose an actual sound car or play via a virtual soundcard.
Recording is as simple as clicking on the ‘Start Recording’ button. You will have to choose the storage location if you don’t like the default option and you can always access the storage location by clicking the simple but useful ‘open folder’ button.
Virtual Audio streaming is simple and effective. You don’t need to go through multiple configuration options to get it working. You can go straight to work right after installing it.
You can record and listen in mono or stereo. This gives you the power to leverage your hardware as well as you can to generate high quality audio
I found the ability to edit simple things like buffers and sample rates quite useful. I can play with my input to generate perfect output or to record the best audio possible.
This app is super light! It won’t put any strain on your machine. If you are not using it, it will sit idly in your tray where you can quickly launch it whenever you please.
The few options are quite useful. You can even choose if you should launch it on startup or on demand
There is no way to sample what you just recorded from within the app. You must use another audio player in your machine. This will limit what you can do with your recording.
There are no audio editing options. Even though plays an integral role in making the whole thing simple, it still is a letdown. What if I want to cut and splice my audio?
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Seems you have either been playing around with it for a while (or are a plant from the dev but I kind doubt that :) seen your name more often on sites like this I believe although more people are probably using Keith online) So.. a question, maybe you know
I have an aray of software for audio and video editing and I make use of voicemeeter. Voicemeeter is used during streaming and recording to make sure I can play my games and listen to my music without the music being heard on my stream or in my recordings (this to avoid muting by Twitch and/or Youtube or getting copyright claims) Can this program split captures in a way that one get’s recorded and the other not?
I have to much on my system already to just try especially since I have a program already that actually does this already. I know it can split Skype but that is a matter of splitting incoming and outgoing signal rather then seperate outgoing streams and mixing the sounds as mentioned does not tell me if I hear the stream that is not recorded or broadcasted myself
thanks in advance for any light you can shine on this :)
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