Recording speaches directly into local network driver
I want to be able to use my pocket pc to record long speaches and stream/record the audio directly to a destination on any of my local network drives. Does such an application exist?
Currently my only other option is using a 1 Gig SD card, or putting one of the networked computers online with Skype and make an internet call from my pocket pc to the other computer on the network (through the www), and then recording the "conversation" to hard drive. This works, but its subject to varying audio quality, audio smears, or possible audio drop-outs.
thanks in advance!
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Well what I've done in the past is gone to Radio Shack and bought some patch cords that go from 2 patch cord ends to a headphone jack or you can buy the cord from any place that sells electronic items.
Just tell them what you want to do and they will have the correct cord for you.
Hope this helps
Take Windows 7 OS as an example, here I'll show you how to record music from YouTube with sound Recorder program.
Open Sound Recorder by clicking the Start button. In the search box, type Sound Recorder, and then, in the list of results, click Sound Recorder.
Play the music or radio you want to capture, and click start recording.
To stop recording audio, click Stop Recording.
Note: Make sure you have audio input devices like Microphone.
This method is absolutely free but you have to play with speaker and use microphone, and it's very difficult to control the quality of the audio you capture.
To record streaming music, you need a program that's specifically made for that. Here's one link to a company that sells such a product: http://www.nch.com.au/soundtap/index.html
However, you might want to just search on Google for "record streaming audio". Shop around - there are some freeware products, and some that are shareware or very low priced. I just included the link so you could see what one program offers, but I haven't tried this particular program myself. I've used some freeware ones in the past, but they probably don't work with Disaster, er, I mean Vista.