This tutorial points out how you can record an Internet radio broadcast. By Internet broadcasts, we mean any sound recorded by a PC spending a program consisting of Real Player, Windows Media Player, iTunes and so on. that originates from the Internet. This is also named streaming audio or Internet radio broadcasts. Everything in this tutorial practices as playing a local file (conversion by re-recording) as well. Total Recorder Professional and Video Pro Editions help you capture (background record) and play back Internet broadcasts in MP3, WMA, as well as Ogg Vorbis formats with not decoding or re-encoding. Please mention to our website tutorials for more details on background recording of audio and video streaming. It is suggested you spend this method for recording of Internet broadcasts or Internet radio.
As recording of an Internet stream in Background Recording mode is available, you achieve the required task in one of the following techniques:
- Spending entire Recorder’s driver
- Spendigng a soundboard’s loop-back line
- Technique 1 – Spending entire Recorder’s driver.
This is the great technique. It is the most accurate method since the sound is captured truly way it is get by the sound board driver. Take the following methods for recording a broadcast stream spending this technique:
- Begin entire Recorder.
- Click the Recording Source and Parameters button
- Choose Software.
In the Recording format section, press the Change button:
As you would like to keep the captured sound “as is”, clear the Convert audio format to the one specified below testing box, click OK twice, and go to step 7. The sound will be saved as an uncompressed wave information with the initial parameters (i.e. the sound format being sent to the sound board). This is suggested as you would like to edit the captured sound or convert it in more than one method (for instance, put it onto an audio CD or into a portable music player like an iPod). It is not usually practical to store such files for a long time because they will take up a lot of disk space.