07-09-2007, 05:16 PM #1Final Cut Pro Meets Audio Hijack Question?
Ok so I have found a way to caputre streaming video for free in reasonable quality, Copernicus. However it doesn't capture audio.
So I am looking for a free program which will capture the audio coming out of my speakers, if there is a free one around. I'm not so sure, but if there is not, is Audio Hijack the way to go?
Once I have this audio, I want to combine it with the video and burn it to a dvd to watch on any dvd player. I dont think Toast 8 will do this, I'm thinking I may need a program like final cut pro. Am I correct?
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