Record video in realtime from any Syphon-enabled application, and capture stills.
Syphon Recorder is written by Tom Butterworth and Anton Marini. Syphon Recorder is free, with no restrictions on its use. For support please check the Help menu in the app, then visit the Syphon forum.
- Add support for recording mono audio from mono devices.
- Add support for recording more than two audio channels when devices support it.
- Fix issues recording AAC from some audio hardware.
- Fix an issue which caused low frame-rates on MacOS Mavericks if the app was off-screen.
- Fix an issue which caused corrupted sound to be recorded from some third-party hardware.
- Fix an issue which caused unexpected behaviour when using some third-party audio hardware.
- If a recording is unexpectedly ended an attempt will be made to recover it when recovery becomes possible.
- Remove support for the Motion JPEG B codec. If you were previously using this codec, Photo-JPEG will be selected instead.
- Fix an issue which caused some recordings to exhibit a color-shift when viewed in some applications.
- Fix an issue which caused unexpected file names to be used occasionally.
- Add support for Retina displays.
- Fix an issue which caused a slight color-shift in recordings.
- Add support for the Photo-JPEG codec.
- Improve image quality when recorded dimensions exactly match the source.
- Add support for recording AAC audio.
- Improve audio/video synchronization.
- Fix an issue with handling some unusual Syphon servers.
- Fix a crash which could occur if you recorded a still image as a movie with an audio track. Thanks to Adam Fenn for reporting this.
- Fix a memory leak.
- Bug fixes
- Interface tweaks
- Append date and time to saved recordings and snapshots
- Fix a problem which arose if you took a lot of snapshots in quick succession
- Add support for Apple ProRes 4444 codec (requires Final Cut Studio be installed)
- Add support for Sheer codecs (www.bitjazz.com/sheervideo/)
- Add preference to ignore the alpha channel for codecs which support it
- Improve performance and reliability
- Changes to avoid a bug in MacOS X 10.6.7 which prevented sound ever being recorded.
- Add support for Apple ProRes 422 codecs (requires Final Cut Studio be installed)
- Fix issue where movies were unplayable if the app quit while recording
- Create a playable movie even if a disk becomes full while recording
- Improve recovery and reporting associated with other less common errors
- Initial Public Beta