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OT: Looking for tech help

Discussion in 'Archive' started by Katybug, Jul 11, 2002.

  1. Katybug

    Katybug New Member

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    Some of you guys seem to know what your talking about in the way of getting music off other media. I've got two questions:

    1) How do I take a REAL music file and change it to something like a .wav or .mp3 so I can burn it?

    2) How to record music directly from videos? Referring me to a website would be fine for an answer to this quesiton, or a recommedation on equipment. THANKS!

    You guys are always so helpful! ;D
     
  2. J2002

    J2002 New Member

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    -Katy,
    Are you talking about a Real file on or off the internet? ???
     
  3. g00fyfan

    g00fyfan New Member

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    Katy Bug,

    You should be able to use the standard Windows recorder. Just make sure "What U Hear" is selected. Hit the "record" button as you play the Real file and "stop" when it's done. That will get you a WAV file. Then use Music Match or whatever to convert to MP3.

    Hope that leads you in the right direction.
     
  4. Steve LeVine

    Steve LeVine Member

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    If you do a google search for real audio converters I think you will find a few programs that convert real audio to wav files. This program seems to be one that does it

    http://www.wisecroft.com/
     
  5. Katybug

    Katybug New Member

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    Thanks again for the help, and I will try it!

    But what has been used to record music/sounds from tv? Do I just need a special cord or something? Man I was I was more technology inclined.

    Caitlin
     

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