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Old March 11th 05, 06:36 AM
Tony
 
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I'm trying to record radio being played via RealPlayer, but when I use the
software OPD2d, it will save a file, but when I try to play the file I get
this message from RealPlayer

This clip cannot be played, it contains unexpected data may be corrupt.

I've tried a few times.

I have the latest version of all software, and am using Xp.

Any clues on how I can solve this?


thanks

T




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Old March 12th 05, 04:49 PM
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Tony wrote:
I'm trying to record radio being played via RealPlayer, but when I use the
software OPD2d, it will save a file, but when I try to play the file I get
this message from RealPlayer

This clip cannot be played, it contains unexpected data may be corrupt.

I've tried a few times.

I have the latest version of all software, and am using Xp.

Any clues on how I can solve this?


thanks

T



Can't help you with that program Tony, but I have used Total Recorder to
to record various streams without a problem. I record one program a
week which is a "real audio" stream and archive it to CD-R and it's been
OK every time I've done it.

Charlie

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Old March 15th 05, 06:33 AM
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Thanks I'll try it


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Tony wrote:
I'm trying to record radio being played via RealPlayer, but when I use
the
software OPD2d, it will save a file, but when I try to play the file I
get
this message from RealPlayer

This clip cannot be played, it contains unexpected data may be corrupt.

I've tried a few times.

I have the latest version of all software, and am using Xp.

Any clues on how I can solve this?


thanks

T



Can't help you with that program Tony, but I have used Total Recorder to
to record various streams without a problem. I record one program a
week which is a "real audio" stream and archive it to CD-R and it's been
OK every time I've done it.

Charlie

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