Re: Recording Internet audio stream

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On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 6:24 PM, Jorge Fábregas
<[email protected]> wrote:
>> With this one:
> Well, with this one indeed it doesn't work. It's not a flash video as the
> other one was.
>  Here you'll have to use the Flashblock add-on tip that Tim suggested.  I just
> did it now and right-clicked on the blocked-flash and selected "Copy flash
> location". Then I used wget to grab the file.
> The problem now is that mplayer won't handle the swf file.  MPlayer will only
> play flv files.  You'll need to investigate this...   Or you could use
> Audacity to record "what you are hearing". You'll have to play with your
> mixer to select the proper input.

Thanks, Jorge. I can get the address with the Unplug extension of
Firefox, but I cannot go further:

Moreover, Audacity cannot record the sound is being played, as the
only entry in the mixer is "Digital1"; I think Audacity needs "Wave
Out" or "Stereo Mix" and not "Digital1", in order to perform the


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