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Audio Hijack Update + Loopback Tutorial on ScreenCastsOnline

Five years ago I created a video tutorial for ScreenCastsOnline all about my favorite Mac application, Audio Hijack. In the intervening 5 years, Rogue Amoeba has continued to add new features to the app. I decided it was time to do an update video to explain those new features, like the ability to capture Siri and VoiceOver and redirect it to the output you desire.

The updates were cool but I still had plenty of time to include a new tutorial on another Rogue Amoeba app called Loopback. This application allows you to combine physical hardware devices into virtual audio sources. That’s a fancy way of saying you can do things like make an application such as QuickTime into an audio input to a Zoom call so your fellow Zoomers can hear what you’re playing.

You’ve heard me talk about how I used Loopback to create the transcriptions of all the lovely 15-year anniversary show recordings using otter.ai. It has so many uses! It was a delight to create a video tutorial for ScreenCastsOnline on both of these amazing applications. You can get a free 7-day trial of ScreenCastsOnline and watch this video and the entire back catalog at screencastsonline.com/…

Teaser Video for Audio Hijack Update + Loopback

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