Never again miss newest cinema releases or latest TV episodes
Audials One, Audials Tunebite & Audials Moviebox: The world's favorite video-on-demand recorders
Record movies from the Internet
More and more movies can be watched online. The latest trend, however, is watching movies from video on demand services via downloads, or as streams in your browser or player. Unfortunately, such movies often cannot be watched on portable playback devices or without a highspeed internet connection.
Audials records movies while they're playing
That's where Audials helps: While you playback a movie in a web browser, a streaming software or wherever - Audials records it from the screen or graphic card, picture-by-picture, and saves it as a high quality video file for you. All major file formats like MP4, WMV, H.264, 3GP or MKV are supported, for all current gadgets video format profiles are included. Supported video formats
The Magic Button Hooks You Up with any Video or Movie
With Audials, a recording button magically appears in any browser or stream player next to the videos or movies being watched. With just a simple mouse click Audials automatically saves the video. Audials in 120sec
Unique PerfectVideo Technology
Audials' unique quality monitoring technology ensures that every captured image has the superior quality you expect. When the quality of any image fails to measure up, Audials repeats the relevant section of the film and the recording process until the image is captured with digital perfection.
One solution for any case - movies by download or video streaming
The best part is that the Audials approach works just as well with films you need to download in a PC software (they can be played back and re-recorderd) as with video-on-demand services that only support playback of films directly in the browser. It doesn't matter which technology the provider uses or whether Flash or Silverlight plug-ins are in play. With Audials' screen-recording feature, you can record any film. And while it's taking care of business, Audials also works to ensure the audio/video synchronization of your recordings meets even the most exacting standards.
Audials: More extras than you can shake a stick at
Synchronize your music, audio books and videos between your PC and attached mobile devices like MP3 players, USB sticks and mobile phones. With Audials, it’s intuitive and easy. Burn multiple CDs in different formats: Audio CDs for all of today's auto radios, MP3 CDs for MP3-capable CD drives and auto radios, and even MP3 DVDs for DVD recorders and for Sony PlayStations. Audials can even automatically distribute audio tracks across multiple CDs as needed.
Video input and output formats for the universal converter
Audials One, Audials Tunebite Platinum and Audials Mediaraptor
Video input formats
Video output formats
|WMV (DRM copy-protected)
||WMV (wmv7 / wmv9)
|M4V (DRM copy-protected)
||MP4 (mpeg 4)
|WMV (wmv7 / wmv9)
|M4V MP4 (mpeg 4)
|XVID DIVX 3ivx
||Customizable video output profiles
|MPEG MPG (mpeg 1 + 2)
|MOV (Quick time)
|FLV (Flash Video)
|DV (Digital Video)
Countless sources, no set standards and a high degree of complexity all equal one big challenge
Users often believe that recording software simply records videos or movies directly from a platform in the same vein as tapes and DVDs once were, or as DVRs are used today to record TV programs.
But, as many users are surprised to learn, that is no longer the case. In fact, the process is much more complicated. Instead of recording from the same source, as with TV, making recordings from countless portals and their continuously changing software and myriad of different operating software presents a host of new challenges as the recordings of videos and movies, which are fought against tooth and nail by website operators, are made for various PCs with assorted browsers in all sorts of versions.
With all the supported portals and platforms out there, Audials software has to be able to handle more than a thousand different combinations. Therefore, Audials aims to cover the largest number of possible combinations and greatest amount of recording compatibility possible with the three available types of Audials software.
Audials faces challenges head-on
There are no set standards used by recording sources, and the operators and platforms do not inform us when they change or switch software. This puts the onus on us to continually seek out the changes to any source and equip Audials with updates to handle the changes to technology. Audials is therefore forced to implement individual software modifications for practically every supported platform. Our service is your perks.
Only a few software manufacturers are able to develop recording software for all sources and platforms, and Audials software is the only software that offers recording functionality for a wide range of sources. Come and see why Audials is the first name in video recording from any streaming source!
Different rights causes confusions by consumers
Today some types of Media are available for free and without an copy protection other types of Media are copy protected and part of Music subscription services or Video-on-demand platforms. In some countries it is legal to re-record copy protected Music, Videos, Audiobooks or Movies from Online streaming or DVD in other countries it isn´t.
So it is for a customer today difficult to know when will it be allowed to re-record, rip, copy and convert the streamed or bought media for the usage with the own PC, Smartphone, Tablet or other devices. In most cases of using Audials software it will be always the best to share the Media not with others. If record Media with Audials you should do this only for own usage.
There are two types of copy protection, which are implemented by Digital Rights Management (DRM):
1) Protection of content transmission
Contents are transmitted in encrypted form through e.g. internet. Then they are decrypted in the web browser or playback software, and outputted unprotected through the graphics card to the screen. This kind of protection is used for nearly all video-on-demand-services as well as for DVDs. Such contents can technically be recored by Audials screen recording without cracking any copy protection. However, whether a user is permitted to do so depends on the terms of the content service.
2) Protection of content display
Contents are transmitted in encrypted form through e.g. internet. They are also passed to the display by the playback software in encrypted form, too. (This is only possible with compatible display types, like certain HDMI devices). The display will decrypt the data immediately before showing them without allowing the computer to access them. This kind of protection is in use only for BlueRay discs nowadays. Such contents cannot be recorded with Audials, as Audials does not crack any copy protection.