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    Stream burning (version 10)

    I know this has probably been asked before, but there are a couple of radio broacast I need copies of real fast. As I don't have time to wait for the stations to send me copies, is there a way to capture and burn a broadcast? I've got both real player and windows media player 10.

    John

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    Re: Stream burning (version 10)

    I don't know of any free versions, but this Google search brings up a variety of relatively cheap solutions, such as all-streaming-media and MciRecorder.

    Whether or not it is legal to record a streamed broadcast is another matter....

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    Re: Stream burning (version 10)

    I spoke with the owner of the broadcast and they said it was ok as long as I didn't make additional copies to distribute. They are trying to send me an advanced copy but I don't know if I will get it in time for a lesson I'm doing.

    Do you have any experience with any of these you mentioned?

    John

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    Re: Stream burning (version 10)

    No experience, I'm afraid.
    I did note that at least one of the products was offering a free 30-day trial, which may be enough to get you sorted...

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