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YouTube audio to iPod?


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How can I record the sound track of a YouTube broadcast to my MacBookPro (iTunes 9) and then put it onto my iPod?

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Further to my query ... I just want the audio. Not video.

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I have "Audacity" ... can I record YouTube audio to my iPod with this?

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Audio Hijack Pro is good for this, as would be Wiretap Studio.
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Thanks ... I'll check those out.

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A friend sent me the following link ... it explains how to do a simple recording via Audacity. It feels somewhat 'Stone Age' to use speaker-to-mike, but that's the way it works ... and it's good enough for basic purposes.

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YouTube - How to Record Audio using Audacity

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Yes, that's pretty stone age.

See my previous posts for more serious suggestions.
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There's a program called Jdownloader, it's an automated file downloader with youtube support. All you have to do is copy the youtube link, it picks it up automatically, and it asks if you want to download the video, or it'll split audio for you and save as an mp3. There's also a program called MPEG streamclip which can split audio from video as well if you already haev the video file. Both are free and work well

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There's a program called Jdownloader, it's an automated file downloader with youtube support. All you have to do is copy the youtube link, it picks it up automatically, and it asks if you want to download the video, or it'll split audio for you and save as an mp3. There's also a program called MPEG streamclip which can split audio from video as well if you already haev the video file. Both are free and work well
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