Loc: The Wizard's Balcony
Anyone know of something that's free that I can use to record a RealPlayer stream? I've found Audio Hijack, but I don't want to pay $32 just to record the only Real Audio file I've ever wanted to capture.<br><br>I could certainly do it with hardware, but I was looking for smoething more elegant.<br><br>
Audio Hijack is probably the best application for the money.<br>But $32.00 is for the pro version.<br>The non-pro version of Audio Hijack costs $16.00 and should do the job for you.<br>Maybe somebody else knows of something that is free.<br><br>
Consider springing for it (and Pro too!). One of the cool benefits: you can use iTunes to play a playlist and crossfade playback between songs. While the playlist plays, you can capture it, turn it back into an mp3 and then put the mp3 on your iPod!<br><br>-------<br>Aren't you a little old for post-modern nostalgic irony?
Loc: United States
You can still capture basic recordings with Wiretap- just download whatever they currently have on the site and don't register...<br><br>I'm using it on my work machine and I'm able to record WMV streams- it saves them as '.aifc' files...<br><br>[color:red]5.19.05 - The 'Jedi Slaughter' tour begins!</font color=red>
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