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trippy monkey

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Well, did anyone listen in last night? 09/11/12

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/world-music/

I'd set my recorder & had a little listen to it this morning. Will take the audio of the video track tonight. Nicely recorded & so obviously gayaki style.

As this was, I believe, part of this year's Darbar Festival, was it on The Arts channel & did anyone record that?

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Will take the audio of the video track tonight.
It was on the Radio.... :?

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http://www.radiotimes.com/episode/ndks9/roopa-panesar-darbar-festival-2011

19/12 repeat

see also
http://video.sky.com/skyarts/related/28651/1/Darbar%20Festival%202011%20-%20Roopa%20Panesar/true/
and
http://www.skyarts.co.uk/music/article/darbar-festival-2011/

http://go.sky.com/vod/content/SKYCULTURE/content/seriesId/a8e08abf9a422310VgnVCM1000000b43150a________/content/default/promoPage.do

etc


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Rats! It's a con, it says free but when you sign up it tells you if you're not a Sky customer it's
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trippy monkey

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Greg.
I used the TV recorder to do it so we have a visual advertising the prog's contents.
THAT I get on the computer using various softwares & SAVE AS audio track MP4. SIMPLS!!
Alan
Do you know if you can capture these links you've posted to watch later?

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Alan
Do you know if you can capture these links you've posted to watch later?

Nick
The full performances are downloadable. It's free if (and only if) you're a Sky subscriber. Like the BBC's Iplayer, the downloaded files have an expiry date. So if you wanted to keep the programmes for posterity you'd need some sort of screen video capture software.
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trippy monkey

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I'm sure you'll be able to capture using a special software I used to use for Utube stuff recently.

What I DID see of some interest is that they've 'discovered' some more 'lost' episodes of DR WHO from the 60s. I would have preferred something Of Pat Troughton's from 'Evil Of The Daleks' aas I have distinct memories of daleks destrying daleks. Anyway the DO say there's some more links they're checking up on.

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I'm sure you'll be able to capture using a special software I used to use for Utube stuff recently.

What I DID see of some interest is that they've 'discovered' some more 'lost' episodes of DR WHO from the 60s. I would have preferred something Of Pat Troughton's from 'Evil Of The Daleks' aas I have distinct memories of daleks destrying daleks. Anyway the DO say there's some more links they're checking up on.

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If the Sky is anything like the BBC Iplayer it has sophisticated anti-download protection that means you won't be able to use a prog like Keepvid which enables you to download eg youtube easily.

With these progs it is probably necessary to play the video real time and use a programme which can take any screenshot/video and capture it with sound as it's played. This is rather a different thing, but they do exist.

I vaguely remember something about a Dalek civil war.....
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trippy monkey

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Here's the mediafire link to my recording of the concert that night.

http://www.mediafire.com/?c39tp9d5c0nyq9j

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