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Saving Online Audio

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by sliderule, Feb 17, 2003.

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  1. sliderule

    sliderule Thread Starter

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    The audio of my daughter's oral arguments before the state supreme court is available online. I would like to save it to my hard drive but haven't a clue as to how or even whether it can be done. Any advice would be appreciated.
     
  2. RSM123

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    Although I am sure you will get more helpful replies than this you might find something here :

    http://www.audiotools.co.uk

    If not then try here :

    http://www.webattack.com

    Check both Free and Shareware (tabs at top of start page.)

    Also - Perhaps you could state what format these recordings are in ... are they streamed, or in some downloadable file type ??
     
  3. sliderule

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    Thanks, London, for the URLs. I'm taxed to come up with a file extension but I suspect it's *.asp (HTML stuff?). Anyway, I'll plod on. Ciao.
     
  4. kramnnim

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    If it's .asx/.asf, ASF Recorder might be able to save it. If it's .ram/.rm, try Streambox VCR.
     
  5. sliderule

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    Thanks, Kramnnim, I'm working on it. Thanks for TSG and all you wonderful advisors.
     
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    You're more than welcome, holler if you have any more questions, ;)
     
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