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Re: capture real audio stream

Douglas A. Tutty wrote:
On Mon, Aug 27, 2007 at 11:45:56AM +0200, Lorenzo Bettini wrote:
I'd like to capture some audio stream from a web radio. I know about streamripper, but it does not work for real audio. And in particular, if possible, I'd like to record what is being played, without knowing the address of the real audio file (which I actually don't know: bbc radio just starts the real player plugin in the web page).

You mean that if you hold the mouse over the link, you don't see where
its pointing?  Personally, I wouldn't click on such a link.

the link actually points to an html page where the embedded real player plays the station, so the link itself does not provide any information about the url of the .rm or .ram file.

Have you tried VLC?

not yet... should it implement the requested functionality?


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