How can I rip embedded audio?

  onedaymyfriend 20:54 27 Nov 2008
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The title says it all!lol

As always any help is appreciated,

Darren

  MAJ 21:02 27 Nov 2008

Audacity. click here

  onedaymyfriend 21:26 27 Nov 2008

Thanks Maj! I dont have a clue where to start!lol

  MAJ 22:11 27 Nov 2008

I forgot to say, also download the LAME MP3 encoder, which will allow you to Export your audio as an MP3 file when you record it with Audacity.

Open Audacity, press the record button then play the audio you want to record, then go to File > Export as MP3. You will be asked to choose where the LAME dll is, navigra to where you downloaded it and choose it (unzip it first).

  MAJ 22:12 27 Nov 2008

To LAME. click here

  onedaymyfriend 22:21 27 Nov 2008

Thanks again Maj, I'm a little confused now. I have a Sony Vaio NR11ZS, that I bought in January this year. When i click record i get the following message - Error while opening sound device. Please check the input device settings and the project sample rate.
Any ideas?

Darren

  MAJ 22:36 27 Nov 2008

In Audacity, go to Edit > Preferences > Audio I/O tab and make sure "Channels" is set to 1 or 2. Set the recording Device as "Microsoft Sound Mapper - input". Click OK. On the main Audacity screen (bottom left) make sure the "Project Rate" is set to 44100Hz or 48000hz, click on it to change, if needed.

  onedaymyfriend 22:49 27 Nov 2008

Maj, there isn't any devices in the Recording device section, it blank????

Help!

D#

  MAJ 22:55 27 Nov 2008

Do you have a Realtek icon in Start > Settings > Control Panel, onedaymyfriend?

  onedaymyfriend 23:16 27 Nov 2008

No i haven't!

Is that bad?

thanks again,

darren

  MCE2K5 23:22 27 Nov 2008

You will find your Original Drivers click here

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