I'm looking for a way to record my Xbox360 & freesat onto my Linux system. Is there a way I could accomplish this without having to fork out on a slingbox or anything :?
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on 12/13/2012 – Made popular on 12/13/2012
With a click of the record button in Audacity, I can record all the sounds that enter my microphone (my voice). But Audacity is not recording the other person's voice (earphone/headphone). How can I make that happen?
I am using Vorbis/ogg to record audio (using arecord and then pipping to oggenc). I have downloaded oggvideotools, which gave me oggCat, which will let me join two previously recorded audio files into one file. But, my problem is this:
The device I am working on is known to have the "plug pulled", but it is recording while the power is on (swapping out batteries etc.).
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There are a fair number of "recording video" questions, but the slight twist to this one is that all I want to record is the audio of weekly tutoring sessions I'm doing via Google Plus. The video wouldn't be all that useful (I'm learning Django, and my recall rate of what we actually did is pretty high, once I have the audio cue).