Intermission comes in handy to any users that needs to pause live podcasts or radio shows in order to answer the door, take a call or perform any other activity.
Intermission can be used to stop audio streaming on services such as Spotify or Pandora in order to create a buffer and listen to the show when you come back.
Intermission runs in the background and won't get in your way while working. You can access it at any time from the menu bar client.
Intermission allows you to easily create a content buffer and then jump past songs or ads you don't want to hear.
Here are some key features of "Intermission":
- Pause live audio
- Fast access
- Sound FX pass through
- Supports hours of buffering
- In demo mode, noise is overlaid after ten minutes of buffered playback.
- Intermission now offers preliminary support for developer preview versions of Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks).
- Audible glitching which could be heard when watching video in full-screen on newer Macs has been corrected.
- There was an issue where audio dropouts and static could be heard when audio was being sent to AirPlay devices. That issue has been resolved, and a mighty roar when up from the crowd. Yay.
- The Intermission Tour can now be accessed and replayed from the Support menu.
- Several minor visual glitches with Intermission's slider have been corrected.
- Support for complex pro audio devices has been improved, and more fixes for these devices are still to come.