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Can I rip audio from a website?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by lbeck, Sep 21, 2004.

  1. lbeck

    lbeck Member

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    I frequently hear audio from a website. How do I save this to my HDD? Do I need special software or a special sound card? I currently have Pinnacle's MyMP3 Pro and my sound card is integrated with my motherboard.
     
  2. Jeanc1

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    There is various way of doing it !

    -One of the easiest if you have a little knowledge of HTML -- is to, in Internet Explorer, click View --> SOURCE . From there you will see the origin of the music being played ; copy and paste that link in a new IE window and it will download to your PC. Some HTML may not show this link.

    -In your Temporary Folder, you may find the song that was being played while you were on that web site.

    -You can always RECORD the music using a Sound Editor such as Goldwave.http://www.goldwave.com/release.php

    --others ways too, but those are the easy ones !
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  3. Veblin

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    The method used depends on the type of audio on that website.

    You can find a lot more information at the link below. Post a question there about a specific site.
     

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