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Recording Streaming Video


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Hi There,

What is the best software to use to record streaming video from the Windows Media Player and then burn it to DVD? I have found a couple but they only give you about 2 minutes for a free demonstration. Any suggestions would be great. Thank you! :tazz:
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If you click file then save and the option is not greyed out, copying the stream is legal. if the option to save is greyed out then it is not legally possible to copy the stream, usually due to copyright
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Thank you for the info. I appreciate it. :tazz:
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