Automate your Audio Hijack Pro recording sessions with its support for AppleScript.
Audio Hijack Pro [Hack #50] is the premier low-cost audio recording solution for podcasting. It integrates nicely with the audio from other applications, such as iTunes, making it easy to do a one-shot recording of a show that’s fairly complex in structure.
In its latest release, Audio Hijack Pro (AHP) includes extensive support for AppleScript. This make it possible to automate AHP individually and to choreograph your recording with other scriptable applications such as iTunes or QuickTime Player.
You can script AHP in four different ways:
Using Apple’s Script Editor or AppleScript Studio, you can control AHP from outside the application. For example, you can create buttons to start and stop recording AHP from an AppleScript Cart application.
AHP has a script menu where you can add your own custom scripts. To add a script, simply save your script file from Script Editor in the Library/Application Support/Audio Hijack Pro/Menu Scripts directory.
These scripts are attached to sessions and run when the recording finishes. The AHP help has information on how these scripts are structured and where they go. AHP is preinstalled with a script that automatically imports the recorded file into iTunes.
AHP has added AppleScript support to the Recording Bin. It is preinstalled with scripts that export the media to ...