Jaksta Music Miner
Jaksta Music Miner
1.2.3

4.0

Jaksta Music Miner free download for Mac

Jaksta Music Miner

1.2.3
21 November 2013

Capture MP3s from the Web.

Overview

Jaksta Music Miner captures and tags MP3s from popular audio and video Web sites, automatically. Just open Jaksta Music Miner, play a song or video, and the MP3 is created, usually up to 10x faster than real time. Adding the MP3 to iTunes happens with the click of one button. Jaksta Music Miner supports Grooveshark, Last.FM, YouTube, Jango, and more. Jaksta Music Miner is great for discovering new music or enjoying your music offline.

What's new in Jaksta Music Miner

Version 1.2.3:
  • Fixed issues with capturing from YouTube.
  • Fixed issues with running on OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

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3 Jaksta Music Miner Reviews

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Dezitall
01 August 2012

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Weird little app..... with a lot of potential. Slows system to a crawl, freezes Safari, mixes up the names of the file in the queue. As in it records the file correctly but names it the previous files' name. Does this over and over so it seems its recording the same song at different lengths. Weird... Also weird is that you can only access the top 30 items in the queue, the rest you cannot sample, add to iTunes or delete... You must delete the top 30 first before you can access the files deeper down the queue. Did I mention weird.... And then it takes several attempts to get it started. It just sits there laughing at me : You bought me! Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha. Then for no apparent reason it starts recording. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!?! As soon as a couple of song are in the queue, the processors max out to 100% and the fans start screaming. After a couple of minutes of use the computer becomes useless. The culprit seems to be mipcore process, which traces to genpuid process which traces to ..... Jacksta Music Miner process!! No surprise there. C'mon guys... your charging a decent amount of monies for this. Can you make it work a little better? The old and trusty iNet Stream Archiver is better at recording, naming and filing streamed content, that's been around like .... forever. So don't tell me you are inventing anything here! So as long as you have my money, get off your rear ends, get back to work and make something of this travesty of software engineering! And no breaks either!! Steve Jobs would have bit your heads of if you released something this .... WEIRD!! In the meantime I'm going back to manually doing this. P.S. Did I mention that it will not automatically add song to iTunes when set to do so in the preferences... Shame.
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Version 1.0
Tsagurnisi
01 September 2013
Makes AAC files, not MP3, which don't play on a lot of non-apple players. Agree with Dezitail, needs tweaking. Uses a lot of CPU, often crashes when screensaver comes on (you can't leave it to record at night when you are asleep). Can't just re-connect to your url either, have to go back to the original website and re-start. However, very convenient to use so I put up with the hassle of needing to convert files to MP3, and with having to record things twice occasionally.
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Version 1.0.9
Dezitall
01 August 2012
Weird little app..... with a lot of potential. Slows system to a crawl, freezes Safari, mixes up the names of the file in the queue. As in it records the file correctly but names it the previous files' name. Does this over and over so it seems its recording the same song at different lengths. Weird... Also weird is that you can only access the top 30 items in the queue, the rest you cannot sample, add to iTunes or delete... You must delete the top 30 first before you can access the files deeper down the queue. Did I mention weird.... And then it takes several attempts to get it started. It just sits there laughing at me : You bought me! Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha. Then for no apparent reason it starts recording. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!?! As soon as a couple of song are in the queue, the processors max out to 100% and the fans start screaming. After a couple of minutes of use the computer becomes useless. The culprit seems to be mipcore process, which traces to genpuid process which traces to ..... Jacksta Music Miner process!! No surprise there. C'mon guys... your charging a decent amount of monies for this. Can you make it work a little better? The old and trusty iNet Stream Archiver is better at recording, naming and filing streamed content, that's been around like .... forever. So don't tell me you are inventing anything here! So as long as you have my money, get off your rear ends, get back to work and make something of this travesty of software engineering! And no breaks either!! Steve Jobs would have bit your heads of if you released something this .... WEIRD!! In the meantime I'm going back to manually doing this. P.S. Did I mention that it will not automatically add song to iTunes when set to do so in the preferences... Shame.
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Version 1.0
Beckynoel
31 July 2012
This is an awesome help in adding audio to your video files. I love it!
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Version 1.0
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Beelady
Beelady
31 July 2012
Thanks! So glad you like it!
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