Recording Streams

Sammy G's picture

How does one go about recording .ram or .wam streams onto one's hard drive?

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weed's picture

The (mostly) free way

The easiest way I've found is to connect the line out of your soundcard to your line in, and use a program called Silent Bob to record what's coming in the line in.

Goes back to our discussions that they'll never be ablet o fully protect audio or video because in the end, the media has to either come out speakers on be displayed on a TV.

My $.02
Weed

My $.02
Weed

matthew's picture

Similar thing...

I do a similar thing. I send the audio-out to my external Firewire soundcard, then use Cakewalk Sonar or Cool Edit to record the stream. Works well, and the sound degradation is minimal. Particularly since most streaming audio, if it's not loud rock-and-roll, sounds like crap anyway.

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Matthew P. Barnson

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Matthew P. Barnson

matthew's picture

Gagne on personal podcasts

Jen Gagne recently dropped in to talk about a related topic on our "podcasting" thread.

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Matthew P. Barnson

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Matthew P. Barnson

Hey Sammy G

Sammy,
I wanted to get in touch with you, but cannot find the message section of the blog. Can you please email me directly? My email is on my contact page, or use: stephenlane at mindspring dot com.

Thanks!!