frmrick at aapt.net.au
Tue Nov 6 17:45:00 GMT 2007
On Tue, 6 Nov 2007 01:58:31 am sean wrote:
> Is there a KDE application that can record any audio that is currently
> being played?
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I use arecord which is a CLI ap that is part of ALSA. It is about as simple as
it goes. It grabs whatever is passing through the sound card and saves it as
a .wav. I edit/encode/whatever later. Try "man arecord".
Caveate is that it may be problematic on some budget cards. I use a low end 6
channel AudioExcel card with cm8738 chip. I use the following script to a
tied to a desktop icon to grab streaming audio off the net. I suppose the use
of kdialog will make it relevant to this list :^)
duration=`kdialog --title "audcap" --inputbox \
"Enter The number of minutes to save audio:"
arecord -d $time -D hw:0,0 -f cd $save_dir`date +%g%m%d%H%M`.wav
# End of script
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