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    Veteran Enthusiast DAMON's Avatar


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    Direct sound output recording program

    Alright chumps, here's the deal.

    I have some game music in a special format (.mng), and a player that plays said music. I want to turn the music into MP3s, and the only way I can think of is by just recording them myself directly off of what my soundcard produces.
    I hear audacity is a good program but I thought theres spyware in there (might be mistaken). Are there any other good programs out there?

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    Re: Direct sound output recording program

    Audacity certainly doesn't have any spyware, however you can record sound on your computer without any software.

    http://forum.ouverture-facile.com/viewtopic.php?id=77

    That link has a somewhat simple guide on how to do it.
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    Re: Direct sound output recording program

    I have Vista, it has a different, moar aids-filled soundrecorder. The thread is useless. I guess Ill try audacity.

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    Re: Direct sound output recording program

    Quote Originally Posted by Damon
    I have Vista, it has a different, moar aids-filled soundrecorder. The thread is useless. I guess Ill try audacity.
    You can do it with Vista Damon if your soundcard supportd stero mix witch most do, I know because I have a vista machine running that records its sound output just with the sound recorder.

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    Re: Direct sound output recording program

    Quote Originally Posted by Damon
    Alright chumps, here's the deal.

    I have some game music in a special format (.mng), and a player that plays said music. I want to turn the music into MP3s, and the only way I can think of is by just recording them myself directly off of what my soundcard produces.
    I hear audacity is a good program but I thought theres spyware in there (might be mistaken). Are there any other good programs out there?
    yes google "mp3myMp3" simple to use, records directly of your soundcard, and uses very little space. PM me if you have any questions.

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    Re: Direct sound output recording program

    I would stick with Audacity. I haven't had any problems with it since I first used it. I would say that it's pretty reliable. No spy ware whatsoever.
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    Re: Direct sound output recording program

    I definitely suggest the stereo mix - sound recorder.

    Most up to date sound cards have it... in fact my Pentium III has one as well D:
    be aware though, sound quality will be lowered slightly



 

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