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Tunebite High-Speed Dubbing
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Applies to:

Tunebite High-Speed Dubbing

Author/Supplier:

Audials

Category:

Audio

Requirements:

NA

File Size:

64.1 MB

File Name:

Audials_Tunebite-Setup.exe

Release Date:

NA

Version:

NA

Last Updated:

14.12.2011

Rating:


3.5
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Ports: 8-channel Audio ports
  • Sampling: 24bit/192kHz full sampling
  • Speakers: 7.1 surround speakers
  • Microphone: bundled array microphone
  • Ports: 1 x Optical S/PDIF Out port + 1 x Coaxial S/PDIF Out port

Description:

Tunebite High-Speed Dubbing is a feature of the Tunebite soundcard and audio device bundle, a computer program from Audials that people use to sidestep standard DRM defences designed to protect various media from piracy or unauthorized copying. The media converted by the program would typically be songs (hence the name), but various other types of DRM-covered media are also potentially convertible, including media such as films or other videos. With High-Speed Dubbing, people using the program are also able to play media at a tempo different from the original (that is, the tempo at the time of recording). The Tunebite soundcard allows users to record audio through its integrated audio input ports and bundled microphones. Audio playback is also clear due to the 7.1 surround speaker system bundled with the Tunebite audio hardware.

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Tunebite depends on something called the analog loophole to do its job of recapturing media that is actually protected by DRM or Digital Rights Management software. The analog loophole used by software such as Tunebite permits people to recapture data (essentially, media encoded as digital data) from the digital format and record it by reproducing it in the analog form, in effect thwarting the DRM protection that most media producers include in copies of their material. Most media converters, Tunebite included, rely on the sound and graphics cards of the computer in which they are running, so they are limited to media the computer is capable of playing.