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Rip MP3 and windows media streams from the command line
Authored by: blgrace on Dec 06, '03 07:27:01PM

You could also try WireTap from Ambrosia, it only does AIFF but it grabs sound from any source as it plays..streams, games DVD etc.

[url]http://www.ambrosiasw.com[/url]



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Rip MP3 and windows media streams from the command line
Authored by: osxpounder on Jun 09, '04 02:42:11PM

Glad WireTap got mentioned here; I am trying it right now and am successfully recording a speech played back by RealOne [free] player. I can't save the file in Real [I don't know whether the free player even allows saving, or whether this particular file isn't save-enabled], but I'm getting fine AIFF recordings of it. One problem that has nothing to do with WireTap: The Real player keeps stopping, every 15 minutes or so, forcing me to find the place in this speech where we left off recording, then start a new WireTap recording. So perhaps we can't count on unattended recording of some streaming audio ... nevertheless, WireTap is cool, and your mentions of it on this site are much appreciated here.

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