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Easy Audio Capture For Xp


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Line In would not work for recording off the internet, but it would work if you connected a Sirius Radio to the sound cards 'Line input'.

 

If you are using XP, then you can't record from the net although you can check in the Control Panel / Sound Card to see if any of the recording options hav been disabled. If you're using Vista, some inputs are hidden by default. I don't used Vista much so someone else will have to tell you how to unhide those. I'm not familiar with the SoundMax HD. If it's built onto the motherboard, it may not be able to record from the net at all, but you could alway get a sound card that does if you want to do this really bad.

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Recording from the internet depends more on the sound card in your computer. Some have a 'what you hear' or 'stereo mix' option for recording.

 

Open Easy Audio Capture

If you only have one audio device, you should see only one in the first list. Then see what is list as inputs in the second one.

 

Also if you are using Vista, you might be limited.

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i am most definitely a rookie, but was trying to capture audio off the internet and it worked for me by choosing "stereo mix" for the input. this is what i did...might work for you...there may be an easier way than what i did...

 

i had the internet pulled up to the right page and also EMC 10 - so i could see both screens...

 

then i pushed the play or capture button first - before i pushed play on the internet site...so basically i was recording nothing at first...

 

then i went to the internet page and hit play (i was trying to get the music sound from a video file on noggin)

 

once i got the audio i wanted i went back to EMC 10 and pushed stop (or whatever button it is...i can't see it right now)...

 

then EMC led me thru fixing the sound - cleaning it up and editing out the parts i didn't want (the nothing at the beginning, etc). worked for me...maybe this might help a bit?

 

amber

 

i just reread some of the other posts...i guess you don't have the input option of stereo mix? maybe my tip can be helpful to someone else...sorry

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It all comes down to the sound card providing an output that is what the computer is playing.Different cards call them different things.

Yours is Wav out,Amber's is Stereo Mix and on my Audigy it's What You Hear.

They are all the same thing,an output of what is playing on your machine.If the card doesn't supply such an output then capturing Internet audio isn't going to happen.The trick is to find a card or chip that does.That's why I recommend Creative Labs cards because they do.

 

tahnk you so much for that one. my only options are mic and ilne in, soundmax is my sound card. i'm new at all this so any help like you just gave is awesome.

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I recently downloaded roxio 10 on my XP and I'm trying to figure out how to find it. I would like to record off my sirius radio on my PC. :P

 

You are confusing us! In your original post you said you don't know where your downloaded file is and now you want some microphone information. So which is it? Or are you asking something else? Please be a bit more detailed in your posting.

 

 

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I have my Input setting in Easy Audio Capture set to Wave Out Mix. I am able to capture without any problems. Wave Out Mix is the only selection that would work on my machine. I also have my Capture Setting on MP3 Good Quality. I have a Soundmax card.

 

Some sound cards do not have Wave Out Mix as a choice. My daughter has a SignaTel sound card and it does not have Wave Out Mix as a choice and we have never been able to capture audio on her computer.

 

 

 

 

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Line In would not work for recording off the internet, but it would work if you connected a Sirius Radio to the sound cards 'Line input'.

 

If you are using XP, then you can't record from the net although you can check in the Control Panel / Sound Card to see if any of the recording options hav been disabled. If you're using Vista, some inputs are hidden by default. I don't used Vista much so someone else will have to tell you how to unhide those. I'm not familiar with the SoundMax HD. If it's built onto the motherboard, it may not be able to record from the net at all, but you could alway get a sound card that does if you want to do this really bad.

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It all comes down to the sound card providing an output that is what the computer is playing.Different cards call them different things.

Yours is Wav out,Amber's is Stereo Mix and on my Audigy it's What You Hear.

They are all the same thing,an output of what is playing on your machine.If the card doesn't supply such an output then capturing Internet audio isn't going to happen.The trick is to find a card or chip that does.That's why I recommend Creative Labs cards because they do.

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I believe the OP was looking for the Easy Audio Capture app.

 

PrksGrl98 - Double Click the Easy Media Creator Icon on your desktop which launches the 'home application. You should see what I attached. Click the AUDIO button or tab on the left.

 

how you record from Sirius depends on how you have it connected. If the Sirius radio has a headphone jack, the easiest way would be to use a simple cable from the Sirius to the aux input of your sound card. Easy Audio Capture should be able to record from that.

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