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It can be done,maybe.

 

1)You have to have Easy Audio Capture or Media Import.

 

2)Either one has to see an input from your sound device that allows you to capture the audio.

 

3) Once you capture the audio then you can burn the cd using Roxio.

 

This all depends on what you got from Dell with the DE version of the software.

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It can be done,maybe.

 

1)You have to have Easy Audio Capture or Media Import.

 

2)Either one has to see an input from your sound device that allows you to capture the audio.

 

3) Once you capture the audio then you can burn the cd using Roxio.

 

This all depends on what you got from Dell with the DE version of the software.

 

 

 

Thanks. I don't have either so I guess I am out of luck.

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Get Roxio's Creator 2009 program and then check the attachment---

 

Frank...

 

 

Thanks Frank.

 

Get Roxio's Creator 2009 program and then check the attachment---

 

Frank...

 

 

Frank, looking at the attachment, it appears that this would work from a remote radio. Do you know if it would also work from my sound card if I am broadcasting the radio station online through the computer?

 

Do a google search for a free program that might help you do this...

 

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Thanks CD, it looks like I need Roxio 2009 to have the option I am looking for.

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Are you folks sure it will work with his sound card? Being a Dell he probably has onboard sound?

 

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Not sure about anything on a Dell, cd. But it certainly would help to know if cooltime's computer has a dedicated sound card with a "Line-In" port or even an on-board sound chip that has a line in port as well. Most all of my Asus MB's have a line in port on the MB sound chip.

 

cooltime: Either solution (i.e. Roxio Program or other alternate idea I gave you not mentionable on this forum) would require a lin-in port

 

Frank...

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Are you folks sure it will work with his sound card? Being a Dell he probably has onboard sound?

 

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That's why in my first post I said "Either one has to see an input from your sound device that allows you to capture the audio.

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Plus it's DE,so it may not have the components needed.

 

CoolTime:

If your sound device presents an input like Speakers,Wave,What you Hear,etc... then Easy Audio Capture or Media Import will use it.So if you can hear your transmission and have something like one of those inputs then you should be able to capture it.

 

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