.ram to .wav file converter that ACTUALLY WORKS 7 replies

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Copperbelt Jack

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#1 12 years ago

I need to convert .ram to .wav files for a Holocaust presentation. I've tried about every freeware/software out there, and nothing's working. Can anyone direct me to a file converter that actually CONVERTS .ram files to .wav files? Thank you!




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#2 12 years ago
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#3 12 years ago

Searching Google these days does wonders, just wonders :nodding:




Copperbelt Jack

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#4 12 years ago

I'll try that link.....I've tried Google. Google gave me headache!




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#5 12 years ago

Uhm, the whole point of .ram files is to not allow that sort of thing. Real Player Streaming Audio files, these .ram files, don't actually hold the music data on it. It holds the information your computer needs to listen to it from the internet, but not the actual data. The whole point of streaming media is to stop people from doing what you want to do.

In addition, Real Player also usually detects attempts to record the sound with an external player, so I think you're out of luck. I suppose you could try Windows Sound Recorder, recording while the .ram file is playing, but I doubt Real Player would allow it (and depending on how good your sound card is, it might be bad quality).




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#6 12 years ago
RevenIn addition, Real Player also usually detects attempts to record the sound with an external player, so I think you're out of luck. I suppose you could try Windows Sound Recorder, recording while the .ram file is playing, but I doubt Real Player would allow it (and depending on how good your sound card is, it might be bad quality).

Couldn't you externaly record it? With a other device? Like record it with a other pc putting a 3,5 in the music output and putting it in another line in on a other? (or line in on your own pc?)




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#7 12 years ago

Or just use a Mic to record the sound coming out of the speakers? Thats what I do from time to time...




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#8 12 years ago

I think that's illegaly recording protected files.