.rm >> .mp3

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by spikemic, Sep 7, 2002.

  1. quick question

    anything offhand to rip real audio to mp3 that i'm not finding?

    have some comedy i want to put on cd to listen to in car.
     
  2. sboulema

    sboulema Moderator

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  3. bluekelt

    bluekelt Guest

    RealOne Player

    I know that the new RealOne Player has built in CD burning support. Not sure but it may be worth seeing if it will burn the .rm files to disk so that they can be played in the car. I know that it does it for mp3's. Would be strange if it didn't support it's own format.
     
  4. that looks interesting and might do the trick...........
     
  5. Parting Ways

    Parting Ways Guest

    Try using Windows sound recorder and record it into wav, I have never heard any difference in quality, you are recording directly from the source digital, to digital. then you can convert to mp3 were you will loose quality.

    B.
     

  6. i downloaded converter/installed and added .ra codec works like a charm exactly what i wanted........... thanks sboulema

    to all others nevermind i got it
     
  7. sboulema

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    im happy i could help you :D:D
     
  8. peroxide

    peroxide Guest

    My sister who live out in Ca used to send me files via internet of music she did with her band. They was in real Audio format. I didn't like it, so I used Streambox Ripper(old version) to convert them to MP3. You can also Batch Convert.


    But now, the new version do not allow that anymore. So look around for the older version of it.
     

  9. im all set i got the one i wanted