Joep L. Blom
jlblom at neuroweave.nl
Wed Jun 23 18:51:56 UTC 2010
> On 23/06/10 13:53, Joep L. Blom wrote:
>> assume some of you has lots of experience with this simple problem.
>> I want (need) to record an internet transmission of a certain concert
>> next sunday.
>> I can receive the 'sender' and listen to it using vlc no problem.
>> However, i cannot find how to save the stream to a file (eventually for
>> burning). A big ptoblem is that the interface of vlc is completely
>> different from the interface presented in the documentation.
>> My system: AMD Phenom II (4-core) 4Gb mem. Ubuntu 9.10 (karmic).
>> I have ample space to record (>1 Tb).
>> Can anybody give me directions how to record this stream which has the
>> following specs:
>> Codec wma2; channels stereo; sample rate 48000 Hz; 16 bits.
>> It is sufficient to burn it later to a CD.
>> PS. I sent this mail also to the Linux-audio-users list.
> If you can stream it in vlc then simply click on 'view' tab at the top
> and then 'advanced controls' . You will then see a record button on the
Thanks for the advice. I did as you said and pressed the record button.
However, I have no idea where the file is recorded. Can you guide me?
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