Video streaming: Batch recording Iosif Calianco August 01, 2021 03:33 Updated Follow The Audials Batch recorder is available only for Netflix, Amazon Video and Disney+. You can save the URLs now and record the movies for example over night. In case of a series Audials records, only the content of the URL that you entered and not the whole series. Step-by-Step: Batch recording In the Navigation, go to "Video Streaming". In the upper part go to "Batch recording" and click on "+Add movie to queue". Open the video in the browser to have it detected and copy the link.Restriction: Only Chrome, Firefox and Edge are supported as browsers. Audials detects the video URL and the title automatically, you can enter it also manually. Click on "Add" and if you want to add more movies, click on "Add another...", if you don't want to add more movies, simply click on "Close". When you're ready for the recording, click on "Play & record queue". Choose Firefox, Chrome or Edge as browser and click on "Next".Please make sure that you are logged into all used video services in the selected browser and that the access data is saved in the browser. Click on "Start" and Audials will start the recording. Results Audials opens the URLs automatically and records the movies one after the other. All recorded files are automatically saved on the computer and are listed in the player after a short time. Related articles Video streaming: Optimal behaviour during recording Video streaming: Screen Recording Video streaming: Recording a video stream Troubleshooting: Video will not be detected Video streaming: Recording from Netflix Comments 1 comment Sort by Date Votes dcgall12529 January 03, 2021 22:02 Edited I’m running under Windows 10. When I batch record, it combines all the videos into one large video. How can I fix this? Plus, each video segment starts a few minutes in to each segment so I can’t even cut them apart. Batching is useless. 0 Comment actions Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.