jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Sat Jan 2 22:06:40 CST 2010
Have you tried Audacity?
On Sun, 3 Jan 2010, Sarah Reichelt wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have a one-off need to record sound, so I am hoping somebody will
> have done all the hard work for me :-)
> It's streamed from a radio station online in either Real player
> format, or mp3 format.
> These both play on my Mac fine, using VLC & iTunes respectively, but
> as the mp3 stream is 128kbps while the Real stream is listed as "22,
> 44 & 96 kbps", I am assuming the mp3 stream is the way to go.
> I've looked at various capture utilities, but they all want money,
> which would be fine if I wanted to do this regularly, but I only need
> it once, so I though maybe Rev could do it for me.
> If anyone knows of a freeware alternative, that would be great.
> Meanwhile, I have been looking at Rev's sound recording capabilities.
> There seem to be lots of options, and I can get the "record sound"
> dialog, even though I don't know what to choose.
> But I guess the real problem is selecting the recordInput. The docs
> say to use a 4 letter code and they say that the possible options vary
> with hardware & system software, but I can't see any way to tell what
> options are available. The listed ones don't appear to include
> recording a live stream.
> As you will all be able to tell, I know next to nothing about audio
> formats or recording, but an advice or sample scripts would be
> gratefully received.
> Many thanks,
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