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Old January 29th 10, 10:31 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
CJB
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Default Capturing Streamed Video

I'm trying to capture streaming video clips from the BBC web site. I
understand that this is in FLV format, but direct recording is
blocked.

I have tried WMRecorder from Applian.com - but this screws up my codec
settings for playing normal video files - and doesn't work for me.

I have tried HiDownload (and FLVRecorder) from Streamingstar.com - but
this doesn't work for me either - and - WARNING - Norton reports that
there is a virus in the FLVRecorder.exe file.

And I have tried VLC - but the settings required are so complex, and
the latest version seems not to have a streaming video capture
feature.

Please someone advise me?

Many thanks - Chris Brady.
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Old January 30th 10, 05:21 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
Andrew E.
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Default Capturing Streamed Video

You might look at this web page for answers.
http://search.microsoft.com/results....S&q=FLV+format
Also,as far as capturing audio/video,download the WM encoder,plus its
utilities.

"CJB" wrote:

I'm trying to capture streaming video clips from the BBC web site. I
understand that this is in FLV format, but direct recording is
blocked.

I have tried WMRecorder from Applian.com - but this screws up my codec
settings for playing normal video files - and doesn't work for me.

I have tried HiDownload (and FLVRecorder) from Streamingstar.com - but
this doesn't work for me either - and - WARNING - Norton reports that
there is a virus in the FLVRecorder.exe file.

And I have tried VLC - but the settings required are so complex, and
the latest version seems not to have a streaming video capture
feature.

Please someone advise me?

Many thanks - Chris Brady.
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