Hi - I have a ton of online training modules I have to do for my new job that require a fair amount of memorization. The training involves me signing in to the training site, picking a course and clicking through the pages while a recorded voice reads through the text on the page. It's somewhat interactive and is broken up into chapters with quizzes. Each course is about 3-6 hours.
It's fairly complex stuff for me and I want to record only the audio portions once I've finished a course so I can replay in my car. I'm a territory manager and I cover a multi state area so I have tons of time to listen. I've tried using the recorder on my cell phone placed next to my laptop speaker as I click through the screens but the recordings are awful and have a ton of background noises including my dog barking every 10 minutes.
I'm looking for an easy way that I can use something like the sound recorder on my laptop to record the sound signals going to the speakers rather that the input from the microphone. My hope is that I can start a program, hit record, click through the pages of the course, and ultimately burn them to disc to play via the cd player in my car.
I'm not a super genius and I don't have 10 hours to figure this out myself. The website appears to play the courses via Java and Flash and it may also use Shockwave.
Can anyone give me a hand with this - I'm fairly desperate to get this done today before I leave on the road for the week tomorrow.
Thanks in advance!