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    dBpoweramp Enthusiast Java's Avatar
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    Recording sound=frustration

    Hello, as LtData can verify I cannot convert ram files to wave.

    Cannot get the converter to work with the new 12.3.

    I found out by searching tht I have a sound recorder on board. So I play a ram file direct from the internet and it saved it to wave. Problem solved lol. negative no SOUND.

    I don't know if it would pay me to purchase a new sound card and get rid of Sigmtel which no one else seems to have.

    I have creative sound blaster on my old cp which worked fine but with this Dell/Home Basic I'm not sure at this point what to do.

    Would appreciate some qualified response. :(

    Thanks

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    Re: Recording sound=frustration

    I suggest you to read the ram file and capture the sound while it plays, with a direct capture application like Auxiliary Input or others.... and after, convert with dBpowerAmp the wave file recorded into any audio type mp3, Wma etc....
    It seems there is no rm or Ram codec avaliable with dBpowerAmp.
    Regards
    Last edited by eddynat; 09-22-2007 at 11:22 AM.

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    Re: Recording sound=frustration

    eddynat: There is a method you can use to have dMC decode rm/.ram files with RealAlternative, see Codec Central for details. Also, Java is in Vista and has been unable to get Aux Input to work.

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    Re: Recording sound=frustration

    Hi LtData,
    When I right-click on a rm file, I do not get the context menu, so I cannot convert directly this file type. For this reason I'm obliged to use Auxiliary Input to convert rm to mp3 !
    Regards

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    Re: Recording sound=frustration

    So you haven't tried doing the method in Codec Central to get dMC to decode .rm files, then.

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    Re: Recording sound=frustration

    Quote Originally Posted by LtData
    So you haven't tried doing the method in Codec Central to get dMC to decode .rm files, then.
    I need more info about «the method in Codec Central» What is this ???
    Regards

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    Re: Recording sound=frustration

    Hi LtData,
    Right ! All is ok now.... I realised that I only have the RealAlternative installed, but not the dBpoweramp's DirectShow filter !
    All done, all Ok
    Thank you

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