Streamosaur is a portable tool that can be used to record streaming audio as WAV or MP3 files. It is one of only a few entirely free streaming audio recorders currently available.
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Streamosaur is a real-time direct audio recorder software designed for Windows. Aside from having the ability to record audio from any podcast, web stream or internet radio broadcast like Pandora, the utility can record all audio from your sound card, microphone, input lines from external mixer, tape player, record player etc. Pretty much any audio played through your computer can be recorded and saved as an MP3 or WAV file.
Here's a summary of its features:
- Sound Card Inputs: Allows users to record sound card inputs, including a microphone, external mixer input lines, audio tape, and more.
- Record from Web Streams: The software supports recording from web streams, making it suitable for capturing audio from online sources such as web radio.
- Direct to Disk Engine: Utilizes a "direct to disk" engine, enabling users to record unlimited broadcasts, depending on the available hard drive space. The recordings can be saved in WAV file format or MP3.
- MP3 Encoding: For MP3 encoding, users need to set up the LAME MP3 encoder.
- Portability: Streamosaur is a completely portable software without entries in the registry. It doesn't require installation; users can simply unzip the file in a directory and launch the executable (exe) file.
- Compatibility: The instructions for recording web radio are provided separately for Windows Vista and XP.
- Donationware: Operates on a freeware/donationware model, encouraging users to donate to support the development of the software. Donations contribute to adding more features, bug corrections, and overall improvements.
Streamosaur Specifications | Official Site | Download
- Extracted Size: 60.9KB
- Authors Website: Project Page
- License: Freeware/Donationware
- Supported OS: Windows
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