Version history

- new features and enhancements
- modifications and updates
- bugfixing

July 21, 2012

Modified the synchronization of audio and video streams through the implementation of technique Real time resampling.

July 01, 2012

Added the virtual device for recording audio stream, VCatcher Audio Sniffer. Users of operating systems Windows Vista and Windows 7 have an ability to record videos with good quality of audio even without audio cart supporting Stereo Mix/Wave-Out Mix/What U Hear.

Fixed several minor bugs connected with recording video

June 07, 2012

Added the own filter for recording screen videos compatible with Direct Show instead of the third party driver UScreenCapture. It was named VCatcher Cap Device.

May 19, 2012

Released the separate program for recording screen videos, named VCatcher Screen Recorder, which was included in VCatcher as an additional utility. Now any protected video can be captured for personal use.

March 11, 2012

Enhanced the process of capturing video. Analyzing web traffic and capturing video was realized with the help of the third party library PCAP. The usage of this technique reduced the dependency on Flash.

January 24, 2012

Changed the built-in player. The new player supports all existing formats of video including the new format of Google (WebM).

Added the conversion WebM to other formats.

Added the issue of searching video in traffic, the new powerful way to capture video.

Fixed some minor bugs.

December 17, 2011

Added the issue of importing video files from external sources and exporting in the original format.

December 01, 2011

Modified the program interface to improve usability. Added animated flash buttons.

November 08, 2011

Added the issue of naming captured videos watching on such browsers as Internet Exlorer, FireFox, Chrome. The process of naming proceeds in real time on Internet Explorer and after closing browser on FireFox and Chrome.

September 06, 2011

Enhanced the conversion of video. Extended the list of supported formats and devices, also made grouping by the producers of gadgets.