Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by silky62678, Mar 22, 2003.
Does anyone know of a application that will record real stream from the internet?
everything you see & listen to online is stored in your Temporary Internet Files .>
C:\ Documents and Settings \*username* \Local Settings\ Temporary Internet Files.
easiest way to find your file
change the view to detail > click on the size or type tab > find the file that has the realplayer icon > copy n paste to your desktop
I've found an program that can record ANYTHING that you can listen to on your computer. It very handy to use and is an extremely easy app to use. Some of the things I've used it for:
Recording old tapes (for converting to mp3)
Recording winamp streams
Recording sound bites from DVDs
It records everything into wav files, so you'll have to convert it into whatever you want afterwards, but you can't beat it for simplicity, or ease of use. There's a free version (which is all I've ever needed) or there's a "pro" version you can buy for US$15
Appropriately enough, it's called Silent-Bob.
This sounds like an ad, but *I* think you can't beat it for what it does.
Thanks, but i was talking about real video stream. i know most of the time it is in the temp folder but it isnt for some reason. When i watch a clip, it does not download the contents just stream rom the site itself. Does real producer record real video stream?