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Old 04-16-02, 12:35 PM
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How to Record a WMA stream

I'm going to be on local Portland Radio on Saturday and I wanted to see if anyone knows how to record a Windows Media Audio stream on your PC?

Here's the link to the station:

The stream is at:

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The easiest way is to just use a decent audio recording program, and run the audio out from the computer into the mic in on the computer and just record it that way...
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For some reason I can't play that link, my system wants to save it instead.

But you might try opening up Sound Recorder in Accessories->Entertainment while you're listening and see if it will record it.
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A program called Total Recorder will do it


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