[blindreplay] Re: recording RealPlayer radio on demand archives with Replay AV (without Realplayer)

  • From: <petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 7 May 2007 05:52:08 -0700 (PDT)

You may want to try 1 more thing. Look at the actual source code
for the whole archives page.

In IE 7 its under the view menu and it says source or view
source.

Look for http:// style links that end in m3u or pls or contain
the words real but this is complicated for most.   
--- Vivien Palcic <vivienpalcic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi Petro,
> 
> Thanks for your message. Unfortunately the archives appear in
> a drop-down 
> list, not as links, and there's another menu for selecting the
> date once you 
> select the show. (In order to get to those in the first place
> the link for 
> the on demand archives is accessed from within the live
> stream.) It's all 
> quite cumbersome and I'll be contacting the station about
> this, but thank 
> you for the info.
> 
> Regards
> Vivien
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: <petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2007 3:57 AM
> Subject: [blindreplay] Re: recording RealPlayer radio on
> demand archives 
> with Replay AV (without Realplayer)
> 
> 
> > Try this:
> >
> > Find the first RP archive link.
> > That is be on the link.
> > Do a insert+F7.
> > Press your tab key 1 time.
> > Press space bar 1 time.
> > Press your applications key.
> > Choose copy shortcut.
> > You have copied the link to your clipboard.
> >
> > Go to:
> >
> > http://www.webscissors.com
> >
> > Press your E keyboard key.
> > You will land in a edit field box with "http://"; in that
> edit
> > box.
> > In this edit box press your spacebar 1 time.
> > You will be in forms mode now.
> > Press your end key, then do a shift+home key to select the
> > http:// in the edit box.
> > Press your backspace key.
> > What you have done here is delete the "http://"; in the edit
> box.
> > Your cursor is still in this edit box so do a ctrl+v to
> paste in
> > the copied shortcut you did earlier.
> > You have pasted in the URL address in the edit box.
> > Press your PC cursor keyboard key to get out of forms mode.
> > Tab 2 times to the view source button and press enter key on
> > this button.
> >
> > Wait a few seconds.
> >
> > You will see the source code for the copied URL.
> >
> > Look for http://, rtsp:// type links in the code.
> >
> > Copy such links to a word processor like NotePad.
> >
> > With JAWS you can use Windows key +C to copy multiple links
> to
> > the clipboard.
> >
> > You may see multiple links in the code.
> >
> > Open your email program.
> >
> > Send an email to yourself.
> >
> > In the body of the message paste the http:// links you
> found.
> >
> > Send the message.
> >
> > Open that email message you sent to yourself.
> >
> > Look at the body of email message and you will notice the
> > http:// links you pasted are actual live links like you see
> in
> > web pages.
> >
> > Go to the link with http:.
> >
> > Be on that link.
> >
> > Press insert+F7.
> > Press tab key 1 time.
> > Press spacebar 1 time.
> >
> > Press your applications key.
> > Choose save target as.
> >
> > Save the file to your hard drive.
> >
> > Open Replay Converter to convert the file you have copied to
> > your hard drive to another format of your choice.
> >
> > Since you do not have Real Player on yur computer this is
> the
> > way I would do it here.
> >
> > There maybe another way but I don't know everything here.
> >
> > Thinking a bit more here.
> >
> > See if Winamp will play those RP Files for you. Are they in
> .m3u
> > or .pls?
> >
> > If you can play the archived files with Winamp then Replay
> AV 8
> > can record these for you in another format like .mp3.
> >
> > Just for you to know:
> >
> > I have a blog at:
> >
> > http://petrogia.blogspot.com
> >
> > A podcast on Replay AV:
> >
> > httP://feeds.feedburner.com/blogspot/PetrosPodcasts
> >
> >
> > --- Vivien Palcic <vivienpalcic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> >> Hello all,
> >>
> >> I recently downloaded a demo of Replay AV 8 and joined this
> >> list. The station whose radio on demand archives I'm trying
> to
> >> access is PBS 106.7FM. The station's website is at
> >> http://www.pbsfm.org.au
> >> and their live stream is in Windows Media, but the radio on
> >> demand archives, unlike the live stream, are streamed in
> >> RealPlayer and are only available to people signed up to
> the
> >> station's website (which is free). After signing up to the
> >> site you get an activation email with a link to click on
> (or
> >> Enter on) to activate your account, and then you need to be
> >> logged into the site to get to the archives. I don't wish
> to
> >> download/install RealPlayer and have been told Replay AV
> can
> >> still record such content (and convert it to formats such
> as
> >> mp3 etc so I can listen to it in Winamp). But I don't know
> how
> >> to do it - especially as I have no way of knowing the
> stream
> >> has started. Is anyone on this list signed up to the
> station's
> >> website and familiar with accessing the archives? Any help
> >> including step-by-step instructions on recording them with
> >> Replay AV would be greatly appreciated. I have successfully
> >> recorded/captured a snippet from the live stream (the few
> >> minutes the demo allows for). I can't remember the exact
> steps
> >> I went through, but I was already tuning into the stream at
> >> the time and I selected the station within Replay AV by
> >> accessing the station option from the menu bar. The station
> >> was added to the media guide after I contacted Leslie at
> >> Applian (it's listed as "PBS 106.7"), but I don't know what
> >> I'd do in the case of these archives. I presume they would
> >> have a different feed any way and I'm not even sure how to
> get
> >> that info (as opposed to the web address etc). A total
> newbie
> >> to this, as you've probably gathered. I'm using Windows XP
> >> Home with Jaws 8 and Internet Explorer 6. Hope someone can
> >> help.
> >>
> >> Regards
> >> Vivien
> >
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