Virtual Audio Streaming is a program that emulates your computer's sound card and allows you to record and broadcast sound to the Internet. Virtual Audio Streaming can work with local audio files, use a microphone, record sound from games, browsers, chat rooms, internet radio, etc. With this application you can, for example, record conversations in Skype (with or without your own voice) and then transfer the sound to an MSN messenger. The program also allows you to extract audio from video and remove DRM protection from WMA files. When recording audio, Virtual Audio Streaming is able to automatically recognize it in the audio stream and record it, saving it to different files with WAV extension. Typically, voice chats and online services can only use microphone sound. With the help of Virtual Audio Streaming you can bypass this restriction and broadcast audio streaming, playing music files and any other sounds. At the same time, the program mixes all sounds into a single stream, which allows you, for example, to send to voice chat not only your voice, but also your favorite songs. In addition, Virtual Audio Streaming is able to create a virtual audio channel between two programs - for example, you can redirect audio from the RealPlayer directly to MP3 Encoder without any loss of quality.
- Record audio from the microphone and any application running on your computer;
- streaming sound to web services and voice chats;
- redirection of sound from one audio program to another (without loss of quality);
- to extract audio from the video.