After installing DRmare Audio Capture, you can double click the software shortcut on the desktop to launch it. By default, you are ready to record music from Chrome, IE Explorer, WMPlayer, iTunes with the presets. If you want to grab songs from another application, please just click the "+" to add it directly from your Windows and Mac computer.
Download, install and open DRmare Audio Capture from the computer desktop. Then click the "+" icon to add the programs you want to play music from.
DRmare supports a variety of different formats like MP3, M4A, AAC, WAV, FLAC. To set a best format you want, you can simply click the format icon. And if you want to make your output music more personalized, you can tweak the settings of codec, bit rate, sample rate, channel.
Click on the "format" icon to choose the output audio format for the music you want to record.
Now you can start to run an app, which is imported to the DRmare Audio Capture, to play the song you want, it will be detected immediately and recorded automatically. DRmare software supports multiple tracks recording, so you can repeat the process to turn on more apps or more taps of browser. All of the songs playing will be downloaded in batch simultaneously.
Choose the target program from the main screen of DRmare to start to play the audio tracks you want to record. Then DRmare will detect and begin to capture the sounds you are playing.
When the playback of the song ends, the recording process will stop automatically. If you want to continue to edit the track, you can hover the cursor to the song and click the editing icon. DRmare audio editor supports to trim/cut/rearrange your audio file in the way you like.
Once the audio files are recorded, you can click on the "edit" icon to trim or cut the recorded audio files as you want.
Finally, you can click "Save" to save the all the songs on your computer. On the main screen of DRmare Audio Capture, the converted history icon will indicate how many songs are recorded. Please click it to find out what the tracks you have downloaded. To find a song on your computer folder, you can hover the cursor to it and click the "Search" icon.
Click "history" icon to check local audio files. Then hit on the 'search' icon on the track to locate the recorded audio files onto your computer.