Extracting / Capturing audio from an online Quicktime audio clip

Discussion in 'Pro Audio' started by magicianstalk, Mar 7, 2004.

  1. Hey all,

    There is a sound on a webpage that I would like to capture. It's
    in the form of a quicktime file (i click on the link, it opens a new
    internet explorer window with the little quicktime progress bar and
    play controls, you know)... I can capture the sound internally be
    recording with the windows XP sound recorder, but i would like to
    preserve as much fidelity and quality as possible. I would eventually
    need it in .wav format. Are there any capturing (converting, perhaps)
    programs out there that will do this? Freeware would be preferred. I
    have used other programs for similar situations, but have never needed
    to do it with a quicktime file yet...-- please let me know...

    Thanks again,

    Matt
     
    magicianstalk, Mar 7, 2004
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  2. magicianstalk

    S O'Neill Guest

    Can't you do a "Save link target as" in IE? If that doesn't get it, QT
    pro ($40) can save downloaded QT files unless the "don't allow save" bit
    is set, in which case that means the owner dowsn't want to give you
    permission to do this and you need to ask them for it.
     
    S O'Neill, Mar 7, 2004
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