Saving Streaming real player movies

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by MonsterZero, Aug 8, 2004.

  1. MonsterZero
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    HOW !?

    :)

    I knwo it has to be possibile, is there place ( a cache ? ) somewhere in my harddrive that stores them ? maybe an App to record them ?

    Any help would be great.
     
  2. Horrortaxi
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    CAN'T !!

    :mad:

    EDIT: No, actually there is an app whose name I can't remember that will record whatever audio is playing on your Mac. Have you searched versiontracker.com? Whatever it is, that's where you'll find it.
     
  3. MonsterZero
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    Wiretap

    that will record the audio.

    But theres no way to record or save a streamed video ? there has to be ....
     
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    I wish I knew as well. I think there are like special real enabled servers for streaming so saving the ram file just links to those servers. If there is a way to save target as by getting the url from the ram file in txt pad I don't know if it will work.

    I would be downloading the "streaming" videos just so I could watch them, since it seems that anything in Real's horrible video format is unwatchable even with 5mbps connection.
     
  5. Horrortaxi
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    No there doesn't. That's the kind of thing that Real will go to great lengths to keep you from doing. They're a little funny that way--easily as user-unfriendly as the worst MS product. They're bad.
     
  6. jsw
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    SnapZ Pro will let you do it. Not amazingly long movies (due to RAM/disk space issues), but decently long streams.
     
  7. Les Kern
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    Also a slow and dirty way is ScreenRecord, then record the audio, then sync. But is it all worth it either way?
     
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  9. MonsterZero
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    screen record ?

    is that shift+apple+4, just over and over again ?
     

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