Rogue Amoeba has updated Audio Hijack Pro to version 2.10.7, which fixes a handful of small bugs.
- The Instant On component has been updated to version 6.0.3, fixing several small issues including one related to the Amarra iTunes plug-in.
- We've fixed a crash which could occur when the source application was quit while audio was being captured from it. Phew.
- The "Add To iTunes as Bookmarkable" script would sometimes fail. Now, it should always work. Or at the very least, work more often.
- Some AIFF files could not be read by iTunes 11.0.0 and iTunes 11.0.1, due to a bug on Apple's end. That bug was reported to Apple and is fixed in iTunes 11.0.2 and up. Nevertheless, we've worked around it as well.
- Sometimes, large artwork caused Audio Hijack Pro to crash. Those days are behind us.
- The AppleScript dictionary now properly allows for scripting WAV recording.
- Audio Hijack Pro now writes WAV tags differently, and hopefully, better(ly).
- An issue where the discrete GPU in some laptops could turn on unnecessarily has been corrected.
- Audio capture has been made more robust, thanks to fascinating changes like "don't keep trying to hijack a process if it has been removed or already hijacked" and "fix hang where dispatch queue exceeds 64 thread limit from hijacking sandboxed subprocesses". Nearly impenetrable! But all you need to know is that audio capture is more reliable than ever.
- A rare issue with Recording hotkeys has been corrected, making it possible to use Option in shortcuts.
- Several other small bug fixes have been made.