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. It is also useful for extracting audio from video files and removing DRM protection using files protected by WMA. In addition to providing automatically recognizing audio in the audio stream, Virtual Audio Streaming saves the data as WAV files that are transferred to multiple formats. The microphone sounds used by online services and voice chats usually cannot be used. Audio Streaming can bypass this restriction, which allows you to hear music, sound effects, or anything else you want via a Virtual Audio Streaming. Also, the program combines all sounds into one stream to let you send voice chat with a range of voices, including those of your favorite singers. Furthermore, Virtual Audio Streaming lets two programs connect for the creation of a virtual audio channel. With RealPlayer directly-converting the audio from one channel to another with the support of MP3 Encoder, there is no loss of quality.
- Use your computer's microphone and record audio, and any application running on your computer;
- Streaming sound to web streaming services and microphone tions and voice chats;
- The redirection of sound between the audio components of one program (without affecting its quality).
- You can extract the audio of the video by using this process.