Recording radio stream from sound card -how?
simon at simonives.info
Wed Nov 26 01:06:46 GMT 2008
Just had a look at the RN page to see if it's possible Dave and you'll
have no problems using the method I described. The URL for 'Wide Open
Road' on RN is:
And, as a example, the URL for the episode broadcast on November 1 is:
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> Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2008 22:28:27 +1100
> From: Ross <rwillman at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: Recording radio stream from sound card - how? P.S. page
> To: agora at justemail.net
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> Firstly, you should consider the license for the media you want to
> record - it may or may not be legal to save the audio, depending on
> ABC's TOS.
> That said, if you want to go ahead here is my advice. I think you're
> looking into it in the wrong way. From a quick look on the web site,
> the flash applet downloads an mp3 file which it then plays. The most
> simple way would be to grab the mp3 file yourself.... How do you get
> it? Have a look at the HTTP headers. There's a firefox add-in called
> "Live HTTP headers" that will give you the location of all HTTP
> content transferred through the browser session (including the mp3
> file that the flash applet pulls), so you can grab it yourself.
> Have a play around with the add in - or if you're feeling game any
> other method of inspecting HTTP headers, a packet sniffer like
> wireshark will also do the same thing but it's not nearly as friendly
> IMHO. Worst case if they're actively blocking HTTP requests you may
> need to fake the referrer - which is probably the job for wget.
> 2008/11/25 David <agora at justemail.net>:
> > Hi,
> > sorry, it would've been helpful if I'd posted the link.
> > The page is:
> > http://www.abc.net.au/wideopenroad/
> > You then click on "Destinations" then on "Road", then on "Road Radio" at
> > the bottom.
> > I'm assuming there's a flash player playing a sound file, but in the
> > source code I can see a 'site_loader.swf' but not a path to the sound
> > file.
> > I get no result from Hardy's inbuilt Sound Recorder.
> > Grateful for any suggestions!
> > Dave
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