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1 Name: ♪ ☆ Unpopular Popstar ☆ ♪ 05/01/31(Mon)12:59 ID:Heaven

Hi,

I am in need of a program for Windows with which to record and possibly cut-edit/save streams of MP3, OGG and Realmedia format.

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2 Name: ♪ ☆ Unpopular Popstar ☆ ♪ 05/01/31(Mon)14:19 ID:Heaven

Cooledit and Goldwave are two that come to mind, but they'll only do mp3. OGG and Realmedia are going to be a pain in the arse unless you get plugins or transcode.

3 Name: !WAHa.06x36 05/01/31(Mon)21:06 ID:jWe490Ee

mp3DirectCut will cut mp3s without re-compressing, which is pretty useful.

4 Name: 1 05/01/31(Mon)21:23 ID:Heaven

>>3

I asked the same question on the old iichan discussion boards and I think it was you who mentioned some program to me which was supposed to be able to do all this. It was pretty obscure and had no GUI, so I didn't really try at first and then forgot about it. Care to mention it again?

5 Name: !WAHa.06x36 05/02/01(Tue)13:50 ID:XPrUaYzv

Ah, yes, good old mplayer.

http://www.mplayerhq.hu/MPlayer/releases/win32-beta/

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6 Name: 1 05/02/01(Tue)16:49 ID:Heaven

>>5

Thanks. I'll test it later (honestly, I will!).

7 Name: Kihei^!emqucy1Lcg 05/02/02(Wed)23:32 ID:LOQoMufn

Try the windows version of macamp. just dig up a serial and record away.

8 Name: ♪ ☆ Unpopular Popstar ☆ ♪ 2005-03-09 18:51 ID:Rq29/+HV

BTW, does anybody know how to record an AAC+ (or HE-AAC? or whatever it is called) stream? I've tried to use the modified http plugin for foobar which in theory allows you to save the stream, but it appears that for AAC+ streams the resulting file doesn't seem to be playable somehow.

9 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2005-03-09 20:03 ID:340/AtVL

mplayer won't do it?

10 Name: ♪ ☆ Unpopular Popstar ☆ ♪ 2005-03-10 07:08 ID:Y3zYwzZR

>>9

Just tried that and yes it does. But the problem remains the same: how do I play back the resulted file? Neither foobar nor mplayer don't recognize it as an mp4 stream no matter which extension I give to the file.

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11 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2005-03-10 12:42 ID:waCgthjR

That IS pretty weird.

However, I remember that in the early days of iTunes DRM cracking, somebody made a program that captured the AAC stream out of the file after decrypting but before decoding. However, that stream was also unplayable, but you could fix it with some AAC command-line tool. However, I forget the details. Try to Google for that and see what you find.

12 Name: ♪ ☆ Unpopular Popstar ☆ ♪ 2005-03-10 22:44 ID:Heaven

>>11
That someone was DVD-Jon, Before he got his hands on iTunes RSA keys and found a better way of busting FairPlay.

The problem with >>8's playback is that the file probably doesnt have its headers attached. rarewares.org has a whole heap of AAC decoding and encoding tools, >>8 might find something there.

13 Name: 8 2005-03-12 07:31 ID:p7jshuN+

>>11 , >>12
Thanks for the pointers. I've dug up that old method - it actually involved running the dumped file through faad2 commandline decoder. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to work either (for reasons I'm not sure of, maybe because AAC is a different file format than AAC+?). Then I found a similar question in a thread here: http://www.audiocoding.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=220&forum=2 . It says latest faad2 CVS supports it. Too bad binaries aren't available from there. I'll try to compile it under Windows, and if that will succeed I'll post results here.

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