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New Audials 10 is Ready for Windows 8

KARLSRUHE, Germany, November 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Audials AG has released the tenth generation of its successful Audials software on its website http://Audials.com. With many innovative features for recording movies, listening to the radio, acquiring music, and preparing media for PC, smartphone and tablet, the flagship Audials One, the classics Tunebite and Radiotracker, and the entry-level editions Moviebox and Mediaraptor are now also available for Windows 8.  

More streaming recording for music and movies

The Audials 10 PC software now offers three new recording modes specially designed for websites, media libraries and online Video on Demand services, enabling you to record videos and movies even better. Tracks in music streams are now recognized more accurately and saved automatically. Videos and HD movies are now recorded up to 1080p and saved as MP4, WMV, H.264, AVI or 3GP files.

More format conversion for PCs, smartphones and tablets

The Audials universal converter now converts high-resolution video files more quickly. The profiles have been expanded to include the latest generation of smartphones, as well as the iPad, Kindle Fire, Google Nexus, Microsoft Surface and other tablet PCs.

More radio

The new radio controls provide initial information on the tracks played, artists and even cover art, even before you listen to the station. The user can find, listen to and record radio stations according to genre, country or currently-played artist. The location-based supply of regional stations and a station selection with top hits just starting are both new. In addition to the improved favorites function, the user can now also "pin" genres and artists. Overall, the radio stations available in Audials comprise the best 50,000 international stations, such as BBC Radio 2, KSFO, Heart, Classic FM, WBAP, Magic, 92 KQRS, Smooth Radio, KIIS, Z100, and many more.

More music by stars

Audials 10 now provides specific tracks even more quickly using a unique wish list thanks to the combination of recording from radio, direct search and recording from even more Internet portals, and automatic extraction from music videos. The software now offers 10,000,000 MP3s from 1,000,000 albums by 750,000 artists. With the new mass-recording function for radio stations according to genre, country or language, Audials now provides even more tracks as MP3, WMA or AAC files in music-shop quality up to 320 kbit/s.

More flexibility with Cloud services and your own PC

Audials 10 saves the music and video recordings on your PC, on connected smartphones or, as a brand new feature, directly to a selected Cloud service. The major Cloud services are already pre-configured in Audials. The Audials Anywhere function means that any PC with its own media collection and Internet access can become a personal media Cloud, and can be used with your own smartphone when you're on the move.

More entertainment with podcasts and music TV

With 60,000 programs, Audials doubles the amount of podcast entertainment on offer. Programs can be found more quickly using the new full-text search and played directly "in place" with a click.

More individuality and personalization

With favorites lists, pins, playlists, structuring of the media collection and your own profiles for conversions, Audials offers a plethora of options for personalization. What's more, there are also new user interfaces with various designs and colors, which can be customized to suit the user's needs in terms of shape and size, as well as altered from a full-screen window to a small media player with just a few controls by adding and removing whole functional areas.  

More Audials alternatives

Audials One 10 is now exclusively available on the manufacturer's site for the annual Audials Gold subscription of US$ 47.90 with automatic annual updates. Audials One 10 is also available for a limited period at Audials.com for the introductory price of US$ 59.90. Selected functions are also available to interested parties free of charge in an unlimited form as freeware in the new Audials Light 10 software at http://Audials.com.

About Audials

Audials AG is a leading company for entertainment software. Audials One, Audials Radiotracker, Audials Tunebite, Audials Moviebox and Audials Mediaraptor are available online at Audials.com or from international specialist retailers. With the renaming of RapidSolution Software to Audials AG, the company consistently pushed ahead with its brand and multi-platform strategy in 2012. Audials software is optimized for the operating systems Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP and is even available as an app for smartphones and tablets.

Audials AG
Norman F. Förderer
[email protected]
http://www.audials.com


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