How to capture/record streaming web video?

  webber_man 01:19 05 Sep 2007

What the best way, or the best programme to use, to capture/record streaming web video for playback at a later date?

There is Audacity and others that you can use for audio but haven't managed to find a really good, easy to use video equivilent.

Any suggestions?


  webber_man 09:30 05 Sep 2007

anything at all?

  johnnyrocker 10:27 05 Sep 2007

click here= have fun.


  eedcam 13:31 05 Sep 2007

click here you could try this freebie not sure if its what you are after but lets you save as avi/mpeg/flv

  webber_man 14:23 05 Sep 2007


The youtube grabber thing is the kind of thing im after - but to work with all sites and types of strwaming video.

I'll give it a look though.

  eedcam 18:35 05 Sep 2007

Its nowt to do with yuotube and works with most sites

  Tilly Flop 23:27 15 Sep 2007


I have a couple of softwares to capture videos from websites but I find the Replayer Media Catcher the best one ...
click here

It costs $39.95 (£19.91) but you'll find it money well spent.

If I extract from YouTube I do have to convert to wmv but it's still possible to view in flv if you download the free flv player
click here

Hope this helps you ....


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