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Program to capture/record HTTP streaming videos?!

Discussion in 'General Software' started by minstreless, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. minstreless

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    What I am looking for, is a program that allows me to record/capture a live streaming session on HTTP... Say if I go to a site where there's a live concert/DJ or something. I want to record that specific happening. I do NOT want to DOWNLOAD the stream, but record the stream LIVE as it happens! I am not watching it through any players like i.e WMP or something. I want the live webcam/concert/streaming to be recorded and stored to my PC.

    Any suggestions on application that deals with this great?
     
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    snagit would work, it will record whats on screen and caputre sound at the same time.
     
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    Snagit can record webcam girls yes. It's not free though.
     
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    CamStudio. Just beware that any software won't be allowed to record it if it is HDCP protected.
     
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  6. minstreless

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    Haha. Nice one, Dan! But yeah, now that you mention that, I guess that would go into that as well. Hah.

    Alrite. I'll try out those 2 apps and see how they'll work out. So far, I've found FLVRecorder quite useful as well. It captures the programs/shows/webcams/girls with ease. No advanced fixing needed. It's not free though... Got this trial version...
     

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