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Audials One 2017 for $19

Audials has released the latest version of Audials One and it can be had for a 50% discount with a price of $19. Audials One is the combination app that lets you capture music, video and your screen. In addition, it features the ability to listen to Internet Radio from all over the world. Also, there is a converter tool that works with both video and audio files. And finally, it features a music search and music wishlist function. Put in the name of an artist or album, and Audials will go searching for it. All in all, it’s quite impressive.

The 2017 edition will be my fourth upgrade. I use Audials One to record streaming music, to extract the audio from video files and have recorded a few shows with the streaming capture feature. It’s music and video management is quite good, comparable to MediaMonkey, although it’s not as adept at generating thumbnails for video files.

If you listen or watch a lot of streaming media, Audials is worthwhile app to have at your side. It compares to the Replay Media Capture Suite, which I also have. I switch between the apps interchangeably to be honest.

Audials retails for nearly $80, so grabbing a copy for $20 is a deal you should take advantage of.

Click here to upgrade to Audials One 2017

– More! Features for music wishes and music search
– Improved! Faster and easier streaming & music recording
– New! Radio feature – never miss a song on the radio
– Improved! Streaming for movies, series and web videos
– New! Device profiles for PC, smartphone, tablets & more
– New! Music & media management features
– Improved! Optimized for Windows 10
– And tons of more new features

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Audials One 2016 available for $19

I’m a big fan of Audials One and use it to record music, convert video, extract audio and record shows from the web. In fact, it’s the way I have recorded the Tour de France for the last 3 years. And with that, Audials has released their latest version, Audials One 2016. Normally, the full version is nearly $80, but using the link below, you can get the full version for just $19. That is a great deal for a really good product. If you want to record music from Amazon, videos from YouTube and media from the web, Audials One is a damn good choice.

– New! Auto-update functions
– New! Mass recording & improved radio timer
– New! Expanded Audials artist directory
– New! Record protected streams
– New! Optimized for Windows 10
– New! Combine multiple wish lists
– New! Automatically tag all recordings
– And tons of more new features..

Audials One 2016

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Time to Upgrade to Audials One 12 Just $19

image The new version of Audials One has been out for awhile, but I haven’t jumped to the upgrade yet mostly because I’ve been waiting for a sale. The $39 upgrade price that the Audials site offers isn’t bad, certainly better than the $80 for a new copy, but that’s still a bit steep for me. Well, the waiting is over. Avanquest has come out with an offer to upgrade to Audials One 12 for a mere $19. You can’t for a lot more than that can you?

In case you were wondering, Audials One is a pretty impressive Swiss Army Knife when it comes to digital media. It’s a combination of Audials MovieBox, TuneBite and RadioTracker. But it does more than just play music, videos and tune into radio stations. You can just as easily record music from sites like Pandora and Grooveshark, download videos from YouTube and extract the audio track as an MP3 and you can capture video from sites like Hulu, Netflix, Amazon and others. In fact, I have recorded the Tour de France for the last 3 years using Audials. That’s 21 stages with each stage running from 4-9 hours. Yeah, each one of those files is a whopper in size! But Audials captured them all.

Audials One also makes a nice media manager. You can easily type in the name of a song, the band, or the album and your library will be searched for matches. You don’t need to drill down through your folders to find it. The same is true for movies and video clips. If you have your video files tagged correctly (which Audials can help with) then you can easily find all the movies with Ryan Reynolds, or all the episodes from Criminal Minds Season 9. Can’t remember where you put a movie because your folder structure is a mess like mine? Audials builds a database so you can search through and find what you’re looking for.

As a comparison, it’s somewhat similar to MediaMonkey, except there is a heavier focus on video and of course capturing content from the Internet. It’s a great program and this is a sweet price. $20 for all that power? You can’t beat that.

Get Audials One 12 from Avanquest for $19

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Building a Media Center with Audials One

Now that I’m making progress on organizing all the files on my drives, I need some way to actually find them. Like I said, I now have 14 drives connected to a single system so finding the right movie, TV episode or song is a bit of a challenge. Yes, I can drill down once I find the right drive, but I want something a little simpler. Audials is helping me with that part of the task. I’ve sent Audials to scan every drive in my system looking for video and music files. That alone took a hot minute, but now that it’s done, I can type in the name or partial name of a file and find what I’m looking for without having to search every drive. I have a mixture of .wma, .mp3, .avi, .mkv and .mp4 and Audials handles each file type without issue. Things seem to be working pretty well so far. I’m still moving files around so I need to keep updating the database, but once I get this all sorted out, it should only have to update every once in a while. Even on this slower machine, it doesn’t take too long to scan all the drives. The updates go pretty quickly.

So far, Audials is proving to be a great player. I’ve mainly been using it as a way to capture music and video and then play what I want in VLC Player or Winamp. I may change that workflow and use Audials to both watch and listen to content all in the same program. The only thing it can’t do is organize my picture catalog. Still need a program to get that mess under control.

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Video Capture from Applian and Audials – Replay Media Capture and Audials One 11

There comes a time when you need to download and or record your streaming media. The Tour de France is a prime example. So how do you go about such an endeavor? Well, Applian Video Capture and Audials One 11 will do the trick. I’ve actually recorded every stage of the Tour using Audlais and it works like a champ. Sure, it’s a long process since you have to play the entire 5-8 hour stage, but I’m on board with that. I either watch and record or set the computer to play overnight and save my recording in the morning. So far it’s been working extremely well and once you get the right settings dialed in, it’s a one-click process.

To let you in on the secret or perhaps the joke, I have the entire Applian Replay Capture Suite, the Jaksta Deluxe Bundle and Audials One 11. There’s nothing I can’t record!

So why bring all this up? Both Applian Replay Video Capture and Audials One 11 are on sale. You can pick up Video Capture for $19.95 and you can grab Audials One for $35.94. Not the best price for Audials, but still a good deal.

You can pick up Applian from Avanquest and you can get Audlais from BitsDuJour.

I use Audials more than anything, but each offers a pretty sweet set of tools to grab music and video from the web. If you’re just looking to record YouTube videos, these AREN’T the tools for you. These are for more sophisticated services such as Amazon, Netflix and NBCSports.

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