Recording only sound with a TV Tuner Card

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I recently purchased an ATI All-in-Wonder 2006 AGP Card which has a TV Tuner built into it. I just want to tape some talk shows that are on my satellite tv but I just want the sound, no video. Does anyone know if it would be possible to do this? Thanks in advance!
 

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Can you edit the recording with Creative Recorder ??
... like trim the pre/post recording.
 

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Well when I save it, Creative makes it into a .wav file and I think there is a file in Nero 7's suite that can edit that.
 

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Audacity can record, edit and save as wav or mp3 - all in one ... and It's Free.
Never messed with Creative .. But Audacity is really hard to beat.

I have the Pro version of Audition (the new Cool Edit) but never use it anymore .. thanks to the freeware Audacity.
 

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I will try that but I am using a combo of Creative Recorder and IMTOO Converter...
 

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sambahill said:
I will try that but I am using a combo of Creative Recorder and IMTOO Converter...
I'll bet you a cup of coffee that Audacity will eliminate the dual program usage.
 
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