With the release of the latest OS X El Capitan, users of Voila and Boom 1.x (Mac App Store version) seem to be facing issues with the app. As you probably know, in order to capture the computer’s audio along with a screen recording with Voila, you’ll need to download and install an additional component. However, after upgrading to El Capitan, the audio recordings don’t take place even with the component being present although the video recording takes place. In order to record computer audio, you’ll now need to re-download it again as El Capitan has assigned a new location for such components. This is a one-time thing that needs to be done as the inner workings of the new OS X has changed.
For users of Boom 1.x who’ve purchased the app from the Mac App Store, you might have noticed that every time the app launches, it goes back to the original state. The volume booster and equalizer features aren’t shown and only the default file-boosting menu is present. You’ll need to download the additional component in order to make the app fully functional and will need to do so every time you launch the app. Again, this is due to the way El Capitan works and we’re coming out with an update soon that will resolve this. Until then, we apologize for the inconvenience of having to reinstall the component at every launch and hope you bear with us in the meantime.