Original Press Release
New Software Records Millions of Streaming Video and Audio Clips Automatically
Press release date: August 9, 2006
SAN ANSELMO, Calif., Aug. 9 -- Applian Technologies today announced the release of WM Recorder 11, described by the company as "the easiest and most powerful way to record streaming audio and video." Once launched, WM Recorder automatically records any streaming audio or video that is played on the PC with no user intervention. Recordings are saved as media files that can be watched anytime, even without an Internet connection.
According to Applian, WM Recorder 11 records all the popular video and audio formats, including password-protected streams. New with version 11 is a built-in scheduling function which allows recording of up to as many as 50 streams simultaneously. WM Recorder 11 can also record five times faster than regular playback speed.
"We know that more and more people want to capture what they see and hear online. Our goal is to create software that will capture any stream, easily and simply, without sacrificing quality," said Bill Dettering, CEO of Applian Technologies. "WM Recorder 11 is such a program. Recording streaming audio and video couldn't be any easier than this."
Customers can download a free demo, or purchase WM Recorder for $49.95, at http://www.wmrecorder.com/. WM Recorder requires a Windows-based PC.
WM Recorder 11 was developed by All Alex Inc., in conjunction with Applian Technologies. Applian is recognized as the global leader in software products for recording streaming media. Other popular Applian products include Replay A/V, Replay Radio, Replay Music, Replay Screencast and Replay Converter. Learn more about Applian Technologies at http://www.applian.com/.
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