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Audio Hijack Pro


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Is there a program like Audio Hijack or wire tap that is free and has no limitations.
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Is there a program like Audio Hijack or wire tap that is free and has no limitations.

good question...also looking
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I looked for one for a while and I couldn't find a good one so I just bought Audio Hijack Pro.

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Audio Hijack Pro is definately worth the money if you can get it.
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I agree that Audio Hijack is probably the best and still under development but here is another that is free:

http://www.jackosx.com/
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I just downloaded the free test version of Audio Hijack Pro. When I wanted to highjack a source a window popped up saying it needed to quite the app and reopen it. It suggested downloading an addition( plugin maybe? not sure) from RougeAmeoba to avoid this. I did this and then the software wanted me to log out of my profile and back in to install it. I did this too but am perplexed and concerned about it cause I have not had to log out like that before. Is this usual? Is there a security issue here? Basically I haven't done alot of independant software downloads and am still feeling out which was ones seem secure and which do not.
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