How to capture Internet radio
Posted 26 February 2010 - 08:34 AM
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TiVo-like units and radioSHARK buffer A/V material in real time. While listening "live", this allows the user to pause/resume or skip backwards in time through the buffer for 30-60 minutes (or for many hours with a large buffer in radioSHARK) even while a program is in progress and without having to formally record the program.
RadioShift can record programs on a schedule, but it only plays back the recordings linearly and the only playback controls are pause and stop. If you want to skip around (even forward), this can only be done after the recording is finished and after the recording has been exported to another program like iTunes that does allow skipping. With RadioShift, if you're listening to a program live and then decide you'd like to record it, you lose all of what was already heard and only what comes afterward gets recorded.
This post has been edited by perdygood: 26 February 2010 - 02:26 PM
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