Program that records line in?

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  1. painball

    painball Scumbag

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    I need a program that records line in so that I can take the audio from a video. I used to have one, but I deleted it and can't remember the name.
     
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    P07r0457 New Member

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    windows comes with "Sound Recorder" but any recording program should work fine.
     
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    i like soundforge, but its not "free"
     
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    I used to have something that was free that would easily save the recorded sound as an mp3. Windows Sound Recorder is limited to a certain length isn't it?
     
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    soundforge roxors
     
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    DaIceMan Jack Bauer > *.*

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    XM radio? <eg>
     
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    Fee Boba Fett Likes the Nips

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    any program can do it, the key is setting the Volume Control->Recording settings to select the source you want the audio recorded from.

    Double-click the speaker icon in the system tray
    In the menu bar click on Options->Properties
    Click Recording and make sure that source you want it checked in the groupd of boxes below, and click OK
    The sliders will change, not click the Select box for the source you want to record from.
     
  9. mace

    mace i don't read

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    sndrec32 will work

    that's the executable name for the windows sound recorder
     

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