[blindreplay] Re: replay problem

  • From: "Ron or Susan Denis" <rs_denis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2012 09:25:50 -0500

Try setting the recording to stream rather than play through sound card and see 
if this results in a recording.  If so, and if you want to also listen to the 
stream as it comes in, use control-t to tune in the station.  I’ve found some 
streams will record from record stream that will not record through the sound 
card.  I’ve found the opposite to be true as well on other stations.
Ron Denis

From: Darren Tomblin 
Sent: Saturday, November 24, 2012 2:07 AM
To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: [blindreplay] replay problem

hi, i'm having a problem with replay av. when I try to record a station that 
opens a webpage in ie9 the resulting file is empty the last time I tried to do 
this it worked properly. could ie9 be the problem. does anyone know whats going 
on here. thanks

On 10/29/2012 4:43 PM, elliott9485 wrote:

  Hello.  I have Replay 8.43 and am using Windows 7 Home Premium, 64 bit.  I 
tried to do an automatic recording of something playing on my computer, and 
when it did the sound test to see if I had to record it with "what you hear" or 
"line-in", etc., there was no option like this. It said my sound card didn't 
have an option for recording the "what you hear on computer" option.  I know 
they are making the newer sound cards so that these options aren't available 
anymore and I read it had something to do with people trying to record 
copyrighted material or something.  But there are times when I do need this 
feature, and I'm wondering if the new Replay AV comes with an enhanced driver 
that would allow recording directly from the computer.  If anyone has used this 
new version and perhaps had trouble before with just your own computer's sound 
card making recordings, please let me know.

  Thanks so much.


Darren Tomblin (KC9JJJ)

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