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#481264 - 6th Mar 2011 4:57pm Recording A Radio Programe To CD Via PC
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Can anyone tell me the best way of recording a one hour radio programe on to a CDR. The programe is on Monday night, can I record it live or wait to download the podcast from iPlayer.

In the old days you just used a tape recorder but now we have computers.

I have Windows 7 and media player 12, do I need any other software like Nero.

Many Thanks smile
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#481275 - 6th Mar 2011 5:24pm Re: Recording A Radio Programe To CD Via PC [Re: ManxCat]
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Hi

Try this program ive used it to convert audio cassettes before

http://www.download-audacity.com/

May need to download another free file which again is free so that you can save in MP3 format the program will link you to this to download once this is done it can then be burnt to CDR

bit long winded to do at first but once u have the program and you have use it once its easy ( has to be done in real time)

if you can download the file to comp it might just be a case of converting file to MP3 format which again can be done on this program.

any problems PM me

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#481276 - 6th Mar 2011 5:25pm Re: Recording A Radio Programe To CD Via PC [Re: lonenickel]
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One the files are in MP3 format WMP can be used to burn CDR

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#481278 - 6th Mar 2011 5:31pm Re: Recording A Radio Programe To CD Via PC [Re: lonenickel]
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Hi again
Just had a quick look on internet this is anotherone that u can try agin free

http://www.nch.com.au/wavepad/index.html

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#481283 - 6th Mar 2011 5:35pm Re: Recording A Radio Programe To CD Via PC [Re: lonenickel]
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Thanks Shaun smile

The eventual disk is to be played back on a Apple Mac, is there any special format I need to convert it to.
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#481286 - 6th Mar 2011 5:46pm Re: Recording A Radio Programe To CD Via PC [Re: ManxCat]
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Think a apple mac will play audio CDs

So once its in MP3 format use WMP to burn in Audio format then it can be player in any CD player.....you can put 120 mins of audio on a CDR so it souldnt be a problem

Any problems let me know

shaun

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#481470 - 6th Mar 2011 10:00pm Re: Recording A Radio Programe To CD Via PC [Re: lonenickel]
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Thanks again Shaun smile

I tried to download the Audacity program but it came with viruses which my Norton software blocked out. The other NCH software downloaded and installed fine.

Just found out that iplayer does not let you download radio programes yet. So it will have to be recorded either live or with the listen again feature.



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#481510 - 7th Mar 2011 12:29am Re: Recording A Radio Programe To CD Via PC [Re: ManxCat]
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Yes that's it mate

Glad u sorted the software mate

Good luck with that matey

Any problems just ask

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#482203 - 8th Mar 2011 2:01pm Re: Recording A Radio Programe To CD Via PC [Re: ManxCat]
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Hi manx cat how did you get on

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#482569 - 8th Mar 2011 9:55pm Re: Recording A Radio Programe To CD Via PC [Re: lonenickel]
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Cheers Shaun. I have PM'd you smile
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