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Re: How do I rip this sort of audio stream ?



On Fri, 2009-04-03 at 17:40 +0200, Nigel Henry wrote:
> On Friday 03 April 2009 16:50, Linuxguy123 wrote:
> > I'd like to rip the audio stream that plays (with Totem) when I press
> > the "Listen" button on this page so that I can listen to it later in the
> > day.
> >
> > http://streamingradioguide.com/streaming-schedule.php?station=KKFT&service=
> >FM
> >
> > I can listen to it live just fine with Totem.  How could I record it so
> > that I could listen to it later as an MP3 ?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > LG
> 
> Hi Linuxguy.
> 
> I normally use MhWaveedit for recording, but you will have to compile it from 
> a source tarball on Fedora. Link below.
> 
> https://gna.org/projects/mhwaveedit
> 
> You will need to install a few development packages to compile it, as below.
> 
> libsamplerate-dev
> libsndfile-dev
> libasound-dev
> jack-audio-connection-kit-dev
> 
> And if you want to save the recording as an MP3, you will have to install the 
> lame package, which is from the rpmfusion repo.
> 
> Hope I havn't forgotten any of the development packages you need to install.
> 
> It's a nice app, and I keep plugging it, although I have no connection with 
> the author.

Thanks for the tip, Nigel.   I have to admit that I don't go looking for
apps much outside of "yum list *"

I'll give this package a try and post how I make out.

LG


> Nigel.
> 


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