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Re: [SLE] Recording Real Audio streams?
I was thinking about trying something similar for some Shoutcast radio
stuff. My idea was to record what was supposed to come out of the
speaker. If you have KDE, and KMix, you should be able to select where
recording should come from (the speaker for instance) . I haven't really
worked on the idea, I do know that you need to fiddle with the controls
in order to make it work right... it may be too much trouble in the long
run, but it's the first thing that popped in my head. Maybe it will give
you some ideas. I'd certainly like to know if you come up with something
else that works better...


On Tue, 2002-10-01 at 12:19, Preston Crawford wrote:

Hopefully someone can help me. I'm trying to use vsound to record audio
from NPR's All Things Considered. I never have time to listen to the show
live and in its entirety, so I want to download it nightly and listen to
it the next day. Problem is, there are no downloadable archives, unless
you use, which is Windows only. So I'm trying to use vsound to
record the streams off of NPR's site in concert with real player. Problem
is that the streams are in .smil format. The streamed archives are broken
into chunks and when it moves on to the next chunk on the show it resets
the output file. Has anyone tried anything like this and does anyone have
an idea how to do this?


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