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    Capture Streaming Audio

    What program can I use to capture streaming audio?

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    Using xmms, select Options > Preferences > Audio I/O Plugins. Select MPEG Layer 1/2/3 > Configure. Select Streaming and check the box, Save Stream to Disk.

    Don't know if that's the format you are trying to save, but that will save Shoutcast streams, for example.

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    so when i select 'save stream' then all streams i listen to will be saved?

    also, how do i capture/listen realaudio via xmms?
    Last edited by BiPolar; 17th September 2005 at 02:50 PM.

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    what r u streaming? WMA/MP3 files from .asx / asf or mp3 files from a m3u playlist? for .asx/asf you can get SDP (just google it) to download Windows Media files...
    Even easier, ge LimeWire.
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    .asx files via windows media, .smil via realaudio.

    and it looks like SDP is a windows program.

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    Streamripper. See the first question/answer here to see what streams it supports.

    You may also want to check streamtuner (supports streamripper).

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    the streamripper looks nice, but as i said before, i'm looking to record .asx and .smil, which streamripper does not do.

    any other ideas?

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    yeah, SDP in windows. use Wine to install and use it. It'll install to /home/yourusername/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/SDP Downloader/sdp.exe
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