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Offline Lanzi

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Looking for a way to save Internetradio trackwise
« on: 2016/06/10, 18:02:06 »
I hope to chose the right english words:

I had in the good old windows days in 2002 a plugin in winamp that recorded intentradio und cut in a moment of silence the tracks. The track was named after the transmitted tracks, wich worked in 95% of the tracks very good (depending on the radiostation).

Do you know a similar solution for linux? Its not a problem to record Internetradio with streamtuner2, but it does not seperate the tracks (afaIk).

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Re: Looking for a way to save Internetradio trackwise
« Reply #1 on: 2016/06/10, 18:21:37 »
Hi Lanzi,

you choose probably the commandline tool "streamripper" to record streaming music.

http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Streamripper
http://www.auge.de/usermagazin/internet/radio-mitschneiden-streamripper

Offline Lanzi

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Re: Looking for a way to save Internetradio trackwise
« Reply #2 on: 2016/06/11, 00:41:47 »
"Streamripper versucht, den Livestream in Songs zu unterteilen. Dazu vergleicht er aufeinanderfolgende Metadatenblöcke, in denen normalerweise Titel, Interpret usw. übermittelt werden. Wenn diese Informationen gewechselt haben, versucht er, zwischen dem alten und dem neuen Metadatenblock eine Pause zu finden."

perfect.
Thanks. I will try it tomorrow.

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Re: Looking for a way to save Internetradio trackwise
« Reply #3 on: 2016/06/11, 12:34:06 »
It works really good! The trick is to find the right Internetadress. The easiest way is to look in streamtuner for the adress and then copy-paste to streamripper.

Thanks Bluelupo!