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    Post Ripping streaming audio

    Does anyone know how to do this, or if it is possible. I have spent quite a while trying to figure it out but can't find a good program, and the only ones that actually work create huge files. Any help would be appreciated, thanks

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    when u mean huge files your talking wavs?

    i have seen programs that can ripp the sound card output. My guess would be it would be dumped as a WAV file, then just compress with lame/etc... as per usuall.

    just have a nice chunk of hdd space!
    Project - GAME OVER :(

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    if you wanna rip shoutcast get a program called stream ripper 32...there is nothing better... mp3s get actual track names and are created as individual files...incomplete files are saved in incomplete folders...its perfect.

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    whoops!!!!! I meant to ask if anyone knows how to rip streaming VIDEO. Sorry, but thanks for the help.

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    I've used a program called ASFRecorder in the past to rip ASF's, WMA's, WMV's, and thier redirectors: ASX's, WMX's, WVX's. You can find it here.
    j
    j's MP3Car.com Web Site
    [######----] 60% complete (1st try)

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