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Blue Max
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      03-20-2008
Can the Media Center or Media Player be used to record sound bytes or videos
as they play?

 
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Jaime
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      03-20-2008
I'm confused, if you are running a video, you already have a recording.

If you mean TV shows, yes with a tuner install, Media Center can record TV
content, it can play FM radio as well, but does not have a record function
for radio.
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Orlando (Goofy says "Hey"), Florida

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> Can the Media Center or Media Player be used to record sound bytes or
> videos as they play?


 
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Blue Max
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      03-20-2008
I am referring to a means of recording a video or sound byte while it is
playing. We want to save it to our hard disk for later enjoyment or for
emailing. Other programs allow the user to record, or 'capture' (if you
prefer), video and sound as it is being played by the player and saved to
disk.

Thanks

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"Jaime" <> wrote in message
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> I'm confused, if you are running a video, you already have a recording.
>
> If you mean TV shows, yes with a tuner install, Media Center can record TV
> content, it can play FM radio as well, but does not have a record function
> for radio.
> --
> James
> Orlando (Goofy says "Hey"), Florida
>
> "Blue Max" <> wrote in message
> news:869B28EB-A25D-43CA-9BA7-...
>> Can the Media Center or Media Player be used to record sound bytes or
>> videos as they play?

>


 
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Jaime
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      03-21-2008
You still aren't explaining where the video and sound is coming from, if it
not already on your PC.

Do you mean media from the internet?
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James
Orlando (Goofy says "Hey!"), FL

"Blue Max" <> wrote in message
news:8563425E-5258-4563-8857-...
> I am referring to a means of recording a video or sound byte while it is
> playing. We want to save it to our hard disk for later enjoyment or for
> emailing. Other programs allow the user to record, or 'capture' (if you
> prefer), video and sound as it is being played by the player and saved to
> disk.
>
> Thanks
>
> **************************
> "Jaime" <> wrote in message
> news:...
>> I'm confused, if you are running a video, you already have a recording.
>>
>> If you mean TV shows, yes with a tuner install, Media Center can record
>> TV content, it can play FM radio as well, but does not have a record
>> function for radio.
>> --
>> James
>> Orlando (Goofy says "Hey"), Florida
>>
>> "Blue Max" <> wrote in message
>> news:869B28EB-A25D-43CA-9BA7-...
>>> Can the Media Center or Media Player be used to record sound bytes or
>>> videos as they play?

>>

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Blue Max
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      03-25-2008
Forgive me for not being more explicit. I assumed it would be understood
that we are trying to capture internet content. Most players have the
ability to record or 'rip' computer content, but our question refers to
internet content available through news stories, YouTube, or other similar
content.

Thanks

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"Jaime" <nospamfor-> wrote in message
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> You still aren't explaining where the video and sound is coming from, if
> it not already on your PC.
>
> Do you mean media from the internet?
> --
> James
> Orlando (Goofy says "Hey!"), FL
>
> "Blue Max" <> wrote in message
> news:8563425E-5258-4563-8857-...
>> I am referring to a means of recording a video or sound byte while it is
>> playing. We want to save it to our hard disk for later enjoyment or for
>> emailing. Other programs allow the user to record, or 'capture' (if you
>> prefer), video and sound as it is being played by the player and saved to
>> disk.
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> **************************
>> "Jaime" <> wrote in message
>> news:...
>>> I'm confused, if you are running a video, you already have a recording.
>>>
>>> If you mean TV shows, yes with a tuner install, Media Center can record
>>> TV content, it can play FM radio as well, but does not have a record
>>> function for radio.
>>> --
>>> James
>>> Orlando (Goofy says "Hey"), Florida
>>>
>>> "Blue Max" <> wrote in message
>>> news:869B28EB-A25D-43CA-9BA7-...
>>>> Can the Media Center or Media Player be used to record sound bytes or
>>>> videos as they play?
>>>

>>


 
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Jaime
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      03-25-2008
Those type of videos and music are many times streaming media, normally they
are sent and deleted from your system as viewed. This might be done for
copyright reasons or to force you back to the site to view it again (and
their ads).

At some sites, you have the option to view or download and sometimes
(depending on the media format), your can right-click and choose Save Target
to download as a file, rather than just viewing. Occasionally if you check
your Internet Cache, you will find them residing there as temp files, but
usually that isn't the case.

There are several 3rd party apps around you may be able to use, here's a
couple of links to try.

http://all-streaming-media.com/faq/r...om-YouTube.htm
http://www.recordyoutube.com/
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James
Orlando (Goofy says "Hey"), Florida


"Blue Max" <> wrote in message
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> Forgive me for not being more explicit. I assumed it would be understood
> that we are trying to capture internet content. Most players have the
> ability to record or 'rip' computer content, but our question refers to
> internet content available through news stories, YouTube, or other similar
> content.
>
> Thanks
>
> **************************
> "Jaime" <nospamfor-> wrote in message
> news:...
>> You still aren't explaining where the video and sound is coming from, if
>> it not already on your PC.
>>
>> Do you mean media from the internet?
>> --
>> James
>> Orlando (Goofy says "Hey!"), FL
>>
>> "Blue Max" <> wrote in message
>> news:8563425E-5258-4563-8857-...
>>> I am referring to a means of recording a video or sound byte while it is
>>> playing. We want to save it to our hard disk for later enjoyment or for
>>> emailing. Other programs allow the user to record, or 'capture' (if you
>>> prefer), video and sound as it is being played by the player and saved
>>> to disk.
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>> **************************
>>> "Jaime" <> wrote in message
>>> news:...
>>>> I'm confused, if you are running a video, you already have a recording.
>>>>
>>>> If you mean TV shows, yes with a tuner install, Media Center can record
>>>> TV content, it can play FM radio as well, but does not have a record
>>>> function for radio.
>>>> --
>>>> James
>>>> Orlando (Goofy says "Hey"), Florida
>>>>
>>>> "Blue Max" <> wrote in message
>>>> news:869B28EB-A25D-43CA-9BA7-...
>>>>> Can the Media Center or Media Player be used to record sound bytes or
>>>>> videos as they play?
>>>>
>>>

>

 
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Blue Max
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      03-26-2008
Thank you Jaime, we certainly appreciated your suggestions and will explore
the links you sent.

 
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angelacat sara
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      08-04-2011
Probably no, the real player 11 or VLC player can help <a href="http://www.recordstreamingvideo.net/record-embedded-videos.html">record embedded videos</a> online. You may free try and download videos with it.

> On Thursday, March 20, 2008 3:58 PM Blue Max wrote:


> Can the Media Center or Media Player be used to record sound bytes or videos
> as they play?



>> On Thursday, March 20, 2008 4:50 PM Jaime wrote:


>> I'm confused, if you are running a video, you already have a recording.
>>
>> If you mean TV shows, yes with a tuner install, Media Center can record TV
>> content, it can play FM radio as well, but does not have a record function
>> for radio.
>> --
>> James
>> Orlando (Goofy says "Hey"), Florida
>>
>> "Blue Max" <> wrote in message
>> news:869B28EB-A25D-43CA-9BA7-...



>>> On Thursday, March 20, 2008 5:14 PM Blue Max wrote:


>>> I am referring to a means of recording a video or sound byte while it is
>>> playing. We want to save it to our hard disk for later enjoyment or for
>>> emailing. Other programs allow the user to record, or 'capture' (if you
>>> prefer), video and sound as it is being played by the player and saved to
>>> disk.
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>> **************************
>>> "Jaime" <> wrote in message
>>> news:...



>>>> On Thursday, March 20, 2008 10:12 PM Jaime wrote:


>>>> You still are not explaining where the video and sound is coming from, if it
>>>> not already on your PC.
>>>>
>>>> Do you mean media from the internet?
>>>> --
>>>> James
>>>> Orlando (Goofy says "Hey!"), FL



>>>>> On Tuesday, March 25, 2008 3:26 PM Blue Max wrote:


>>>>> Forgive me for not being more explicit. I assumed it would be understood
>>>>> that we are trying to capture internet content. Most players have the
>>>>> ability to record or 'rip' computer content, but our question refers to
>>>>> internet content available through news stories, YouTube, or other similar
>>>>> content.
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks
>>>>>
>>>>> **************************
>>>>> "Jaime" <nospamfor-> wrote in message
>>>>> news:...



>>>>>> On Tuesday, March 25, 2008 10:04 PM Blue Max wrote:


>>>>>> Thank you Jaime, we certainly appreciated your suggestions and will explore
>>>>>> the links you sent.




 
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