|By PR Newswire||
|February 18, 2008 09:45 PM EST||
KARLSRUHE, Germany, February 18 /PRNewswire/ -- RapidSolution Software AG has released the new Windows program Audials on its website, Audials.com. Audials One is the result of several years of complex software development that combines three products that are already highly popular with music and video fans - and that have received a total of 32 rewards - Radiotracker, Tunebite and Videoraptor, with additional functions and technologies. The new program allows every user to access music and videos on the Internet legally and free of charge - all copy protection and file formatting problems are a thing of the past.
With Audials One, a music request is delivered every 25 seconds on average.
With its proven and internationally acclaimed Radiotracker technology, Audials One is the only program that incorporates a MusicFinder, which can record music from more than 100,000 artists on over 15,000 internet radio stations. Audials One easily monitors several thousand internet radio stations simultaneously and creates an instant recording when one of the stations begins to play the desired tracks. Through this exclusive function, Audio One responds to more than 2,000 music requests per minute. With the assistance of the "MP3 Finder" of its Videoraptor meta-search engine, Audials One can also find downloadable music files in over 30 connected Social Music Web 2.0 Internet portals. The Autorip function allows Audials One to even record more than 20,000 MP3 tracks of a single genre from Internet radio stations in just 24 hours. Users can count on having their musical desires fulfilled - free of charge.
Millions of videos and the best music clips are only a mouse click away.
Enthralling entertainment, entertaining clips and plentiful music videos are now available for download with Audials One - simply enter the artist name or song title. Audials One and its integrated Videoraptor meta-search engine instantly deliver multiple hits on the Internet. The most unique feature: once downloaded, the Internet files can be automatically converted into the standard formats of cell phones, PDAs, MP4 players, iPod and more.
Thanks to Audials One, fans can now legally add entertainment to any size of archive medium - and have more selection than they would have on any illegal sharing site.
If the player does not play the recorded music or video, Audials One offers solutions.
Many mobile devices encounter DRM copy protection or file format problems. With Tunebite, Audials One offers a legal solution. Audials One can remove all copy protection issues for up to 9 music tracks simultaneously at up to 27 times the speed. In addition, the Audials One universal converter can convert 50 music, video and audio book file formats. The profile editor allows users to actually optimize music videos and video clips for each mobile device and its capacity. Movies and video clips, for instance, can be precisely synchronized with the screen resolution of the player. Thanks to the Audials One resolution optimization, videos no longer have to be converted while users are watching them. Consequently, the players can process the videos more easily, and budget-priced MP4 players and multimedia cell phones are able to play them - which they could not do otherwise. High-end devices profit from the smaller file sizes of resolution-optimized movies. As a result, the storage capacity can be utilized for even more entertainment options.
Simple operation and complimentary bonus features guaranteed
Users will receive the fun program Scrampy as a complimentary bonus feature. It allows them to distort voices and sound effects when they make VoIP calls or play online games. In addition to its multi-award winning simple operation and uniform user interface, it includes a number of other convenient functions. Music and videos can be recorded directly to CDs and DVDs. Audio and video tracks can also be synched to mobile devices. Web radio stations, music and videos can be played on the Audials One Player. Tens of thousands of Podcasts are available for additional entertainment, as is a ring tone generator, which transforms Audials One tracks into individualized ring tones for cell phones in all standard mobile phone standards in no time.
Budget-priced "entertainment provider"
Audials One will be available at a special price of EUR 49.90 in conjunction with an Easter promotion via Avanquest in retail stores. The download version is now available at the same price.
RapidSolution Software AG is a leading company in the entertainment software sector. RapidSolution's software solutions are available online at Audials.com or at international specialty retail stores. The company's popular brands include Tunebite, Radiotracker, Videoraptor and Audials One.
RapidSolution Software AG Erbprinzenstrasse 27 76133 Karlsruhe, Germany Telefax: +49-721-66-33-88-19 http://Audials.comRapidSolution Software AG
RapidSolution Software AG, Erbprinzenstrasse 27, 76133 Karlsruhe, Germany, Telefax: +49-721-66-33-88-19
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