Macintosh software company Rogue Amoeba on Monday released an update for Audio Hijack Pro, the company's application for capturing audio on the Mac.
Among the changes in Audio Hijack Pro 2.9.1 is a fix for a bug that caused a crash with 64-bit processes. Older versions of Soundflower are now properly handled and a bug where the Inspector would incorrectly report bitrates has been fixed.
The company said small interface tweaks have been made and a change was made so that Hotkeys only affect the Quick Record area.
Audio Hijack Pro 2.9.1 is a free update for registered users. The application costs US$32.
This story, "Audio Hijack Pro Update Fixes Crashes" was originally published by Macworld.