[CentOS] Capturing audio streams with Linux?
Bryan J. Smith
b.j.smith at ieee.org
Thu Sep 15 14:51:54 UTC 2005
Preston Crawford <me at prestoncrawford.com> wrote:
> So I got a new Pocket PC this weekend (yes, you read that
> right, sorry, don't like the Palms on offer currently
Did you try the Treos? I really can't stand a "start bar" in
a palm. Slows me down. But to each his own.
> and I can at least install software on it via Windows on
Which means you're running Windows, no difference.
Again, to each his own, but I like a device I have total
control over under Linux. I've been using a Treo 600 for
over a year, a Kyocera 7135 for 2 years before that and a
Kyocerta 6035 2 years before that (going back to early 2001).
> One of the main things I wanted to do with it is get
> Audible.com again and listen to All Things Considered from
> NPR on the way home like I used to. Now I find out they not
> only don't have an agreement with Audible any longer
> where I can pay them for this service, but now they are
> podcasting, but not the whole show. *sigh*
> So what to do.... My thinking is to capture the stream from
> local affiliate and time shift until I leave work.
> But how do I do this (I know how to use dump with mplayer
> for this) without getting one gigantic file? Anyone have
> any experience with this?
No, but mplayer can split files IIRC.
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