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Recording on to my computer


Yimbo
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I've been listening to a talk on-line, and I would like to record it to my computer - Windows Media Player or Real Player. How can I do this? There's no restriction on the web-site to listening, but I can't find any way to record.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Audiocity will record anything you can hear in your speakers

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hiwatt

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You could use something like download helper https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/video-downloadhelper/ which will download the whole file for you or you could install audacity and record it using that then convert it to mp3 or wav!

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wiz-king

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If it is on the BBC it may be on Iplayer. If not go to the station that broadcast it schedules and see if there is a RSS feed for that program.

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Yimbo

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Thanks folks - - sorry about the delay in responding, but I've been unable to access PCA Forums for the past hour or so.

I appreciate your help!

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