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RRNetCap Miniport
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RRNetCap Miniport software component for Audials Tunebite






Windows XP 32-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows 7

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1.61 MB

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RRNetCap Miniport


/5 from 20 reviews.


  • Built-in ID3 Tag Editor
  • 27 Virtual Soundcards
  • Re-recording speed: 54 x Playback Speed
  • File Formats Supported: MP3, WMA, M4A, WAV, AAC, AIFF, OGG, FLAC
  • Ringtone Editor: MP3, MMF, AMR Formats Supported


RRNetCap Miniport is a component of the Audials Tunebite software enables users to set right any problem related to media files using its advanced audio converter technology. It has a built in tag editor that makes audio file tagging and management more convenient for users. The software uses 27 virtual soundcards which ensure the high quality of its performance during all recording sessions. The re-recording speed of the software is fifty four times the playback speed, which ensures that there are no misses during the re-recording process. The software also has an in-built Ringtone Editor that allows users to convert tracks to MP3, MMF, and AMR formats and use them as ringtones on mobile phones.

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The Audio Converter software bundled with the product supports almost all commonly found media file formats like M4A, MP3, WMA, WAV, AIFF, OGG, FLAC, and AAC. It helps in re-recording music (without affecting the quality) from sources like online videos, DVD movies, and even audio streams. The audio converter and PerfectVideo controls of the software are operated using single click access. The software can be easily operated with the help of the recording button displayed on the browser, which immediately begins recording the media being played. The software detects the right format that would suit the user's playback device properly, and converts the recorded file in the required format. This allows the user to use the software with different playback devices.