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Freeware That Records Streaming Video?

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#1 kalebbroo


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Posted 01 March 2006 - 03:40 PM

im looking for some freeware that records streaming video

im also looking for a rally good program that makes dvd's from video files i have on my computer the program that came with my computer suxx. the quality of every burn is horrable pls help if you can

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#2 -David-


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Posted 01 March 2006 - 03:51 PM

Hi there kalebbroo

You may like to try WM Recorder. It is a trial version but has great capabilites - you might like to purchase the program if you like it.

I saw this on a download site:

"WM Recorder is a revolutionary new way to record Windows Media video and audio streams. Now you can record: Music Videos, Music, Web Radio, Scientific (i.e. NASA video), News feeds, Corporate Videos, And any other Windows Media streaming content!
WM Recorder is extremely easy to use. With just one click, any streamed Windows Media?? video or audio is saved as a recorded file on your PC automatically!
Advanced users will appreciate the ability to record at the highest quality on slow connections, record password protected content, build and record playlists, record multiple streams at once, split and merge files, and more.



#3 Andrew


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Posted 01 March 2006 - 04:27 PM

Also, the San Francisco Chronicle's tech Q&A guy recommends Replay A/V


#4 jbravo


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Posted 04 March 2006 - 01:33 AM

for video conversion u can use winavi.


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