Virtual Audio Streaming 4.0
The interface is made from a regular window with a plain and simple structure, where you can get audio from your computer by setting the app as the default sound playback device.
Configure device settings
In addition, it is possible to select the real microphone from a drop-down list and customize audio settings pertaining to buffering, sample rate, bits per sample and channel mode. The audio can be streamed to other applications or the real sound card.
You can start a recording session with one click after specifying the saving directory, as well as open the location without leaving the app's interface.
As far as driver options are concerned, you can ask Virtual Audio Streaming to draw the audio wave and run at every Windows startup until further notice, adjust the speaker and microphone levels, as well as set the value of the internal buffers.
Evaluation and conclusion
The tool does not put a strain on PC performance, since it consumes a low quantity of CPU and RAM. It is very responsive to commands and works well, without triggering Windows to hang, crash or pop up error messages. All in all, Virtual Audio Streaming can come in handy to all users looking to enhance their sound card's capabilities.
Reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on September 23rd, 2014
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- Supported full audio formats, from 40KHz to 192KHz, 8bits to 24bits
- Fixed a major bug in sound recording, which sometimes caused the wav header unreadable for some audio players
- Create recording files with a time based unique name
- Improved driver performance
Application descriptionVirtual Audio Streaming adds a virtual sound card on your system and becomes an enhancement/wrapper of your real sound...