View Full Version : Music from youtube or ?
08-13-2007, 09:05 AM
trying to save a music clip to intergrate into my xmas 2007 display
as suggested Twisted Sister is one but how can one download the audio to insert into a sequence.
I know this might be a taboo subject but it dosn't hurt to ask?
08-13-2007, 09:35 AM
Your best bet is to download it off ITunes.com or Walmart.com. ITunes charges only a buck for a song. Walmart is a $1.10 or something. After you download it (using ITunes) use their software to convert it to a MP3 (from a m4p ... yes it is a m4p file) and then paste the file into the music sub folder in the vixen folder. I can assit you with the process via a chat if you want to set something up
08-13-2007, 09:54 AM
You could download an audio recorder off Cnet.com for free. They will record any audio that goes through your sound card, whether it is from a microphone on your pc to an audio source from the web, such as Youtube. I have done that a few times when I could not find a legit good quality source for the song. You will get a much better quality sound if you purchase the song.
You can also use the method Brian uses to convert iTunes downloaded music. I haven't checked in awhile, but I think most of the songs they sell are DRM-protected and can't be freely converted through iTunes.
As others have said, I also would definitely recommend iTunes or another legit source before resorting to YouTube.
11-28-2007, 06:00 PM
Heck with all that milarcky ....
Get LIMEWARE and DL any music you choose for FREE !
I was asked to REMOVE my post about LIMEWARE . If a person chooses to utilize a PEER TO PEER , its at his discretion . It is no different than DL'ing to your PC from a FM station on your PC .
And also is no different than what was stated agove about recording any sounds/music that goes thru your sound card . Same thing ...
So , let me slightly re-iterate my post ...
Use at your OWN discretion ! :D :shock: :roll:
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