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    Capturing audio streams
    Some ministries I listen too do not podcast, and or require me to purchase their MP3 sermons. As a result what I have been doing is am recording the audio via my Olympus voice recorder via a wire and then converting the WMA audio via a third party app and then importing to iTunes. Dont know why I cant do all this with iTunes on the Mac like I can on the PC, but oh well. I was thinking and wondering if someone knew of a app that would do this for me so I do not need to waste the battery on my voice recorder. If possible please let me know, thanks..
    The sermons that I get are on this site Christian Radio - Free Online Christian Ministry Radio Broadcasts - OnePlace.com


    John

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    If you are listening over the internet you could try a program called Wiretap Pro, any audio that comes to your computer can be captured to mp3 or some other forms. Works very easy and does a very good job.
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    Wiretap Pro is expensive (currently $69), instead download the free Audacity program from Sourcforge.net as it does the same thing albeit without all the fancies. Here is the LINK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chscag View Post
    Wiretap Pro is expensive (currently $69), instead download the free Audacity program from Sourcforge.net as it does the same thing albeit without all the fancies. Here is the LINK.
    I have that app and I cant find a way on the Mac version to capture audio from a stream.

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    You can try FStream (free) or spend a little money and buy Audio Hijack Pro for $32. I absolutely love it.

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