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Is there an easy way to burn audio from TV onto a playable CD using a CDR?  

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by:magarity
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Well, just like any non-computer audio device you can just plug the TV's audio output into the line in on your sound card.  Capture it in whatever format is supported by your soundcard.  If standard .wav format, make sure it is CD sample rate (16bit stereo, 44000Hz).  If the soundcard's software captures in some other format or sample rate, convert it as needed.  Then just burn the audio track(s) to a CD-R in audio layout.
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jhance earned 800 total points
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Sure, the you need to first CAPTURE the audio into your computer.  The Windows Sound Recorder is lame and will only record a few seconds at a time.

I like Total Recorder:

http://www.highcriteria.com/products.htm

Once you have the audio captured, you can just use your CD-audio authoring software to burn your CD.
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by:enoch010299
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Nice recorder program.  Too bad I have to *gasp* pay for it.

Thanks for the link and info, appreciate it.
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