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Interception?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by Atom290, May 23, 2004.

  1. Atom290

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    Can anyone tell me if there is any software that can intercept either a video or an audio stream to record it?

    I dont want to use a video recorder, just want to be able to grap soundbites

    Any help would be greatly thanked

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  2. uczmeg

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    Hi,

    Your sound card should have a line in. You could run your audio source into that and then use Sound Recorder (you'll find it under the Start menu, Program Files, Accessories, Entertainment on you PC).

    This will record input from the line in. You might want to make sure that the line in is not muted in the windows volume control.

    For video you need hardware as well as software. The cheapest option is a Packard Bell TV100 (or something like that) TV card available from PC World for £40 and often appear in the classifieds here for around £20. This will take a s-video or composite video feed.

    Use this with the included software or something like Dscaler (excellent and free) and this will let you capture the video stream and save it.

    Cheers
    Marc
     

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