Re: Question on recording of audio output of steaming websites from sound card in my Fedora Linux 11

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On Sat, 2010-07-17 at 17:53 +0530, ranjan sundar wrote:
Hello all !!


I want to record audio output from sound card in my Fedora Linux 11 (from any generic audio source streams). But unable to do so with existing Sound recorder. Nothing gets recorded when i do so.


I am playing Shoutcast radio online in my browser and looking at many websites i tried to do some steps on vlc,audacity etc etc. nothing works. Moreover those websites ask me to download the metafile and look for mms,rtsp and stuff like that and the do the recording stuffs. im unable to get those metafiles. 


Given this case is there a generic procedure to record audio output from sound card in my Fedora Linux 11 ?


Any help is really appreciated !!


Thanks
Jan


Not the answer to your question, but might be the solution of your problem:
You should try mplayer. It can dump the stream to an raw file.


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