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Problem Recording Streaming Audio on Asus P5GD2

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Anonymous
a b B Homebuilt system
December 29, 2004 4:54:25 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt,microsoft.public.windowsmedia.encoder (More info?)

I recently assembled a new PC that uses an Asus P5GD2 motherboard. This
board has built-in C-Media CMI9880 audio. I want to use Windows Media
Encoder to create *.wma files from Windows Media Player and Real Audio
Player streaming audio so I can listen to the broadcasts offline on a
WMP/MP3 player. The new system plays audio without problem but I can't
get Windows Media Encoder to record streaming audio.

I had no problems doing this on my previous system (Soyo SY-P4S Dragon
Ultra motherboard with built-in C-Media CMI8738 audio). To record
streaming audio using the Soyo system I had to enable the Wave audio
source in the C-Media mixer application. The P5GD2 mixer app shows only
Mic, CD, and Line In as recording sources. There is no source equivalent
to the Wave option on the Soyo PC.

I installed the latest C-Media driver and app from the Asus website
(version 5.12.01.0007.36 dated 2004-08-23) but the problem remains.

Any suggestions on what I need to do to enable encoding streaming audio?

Thanks.

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Anonymous
a b B Homebuilt system
December 29, 2004 4:54:26 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt (More info?)

On Wed, 29 Dec 2004 13:54:25 GMT, XXrhovsquared-newsgroup@yahoo.com wrote:

>I recently assembled a new PC that uses an Asus P5GD2 motherboard. This
>board has built-in C-Media CMI9880 audio. I want to use Windows Media
>Encoder to create *.wma files from Windows Media Player and Real Audio
>Player streaming audio so I can listen to the broadcasts offline on a
>WMP/MP3 player. The new system plays audio without problem but I can't
>get Windows Media Encoder to record streaming audio.
>
>I had no problems doing this on my previous system (Soyo SY-P4S Dragon
>Ultra motherboard with built-in C-Media CMI8738 audio). To record
>streaming audio using the Soyo system I had to enable the Wave audio
>source in the C-Media mixer application. The P5GD2 mixer app shows only
>Mic, CD, and Line In as recording sources. There is no source equivalent
>to the Wave option on the Soyo PC.
>
>I installed the latest C-Media driver and app from the Asus website
>(version 5.12.01.0007.36 dated 2004-08-23) but the problem remains.
>
>Any suggestions on what I need to do to enable encoding streaming audio?
>
>Thanks.
>
>No email replies.

You might want to try an application such as Audiograbber,
http://www.audiograbber.com-us.net/, which has a line-in sampling
feature to capture any audio from your mixer to a WAV, WMA, MP3 or OGG file.
December 29, 2004 4:54:26 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt,microsoft.public.windowsmedia.encoder (More info?)

on my older 8738 I used a c-media driver instead of asus's. gave many
more options, there may one for the new chip.


<XXrhovsquared-newsgroup@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> I recently assembled a new PC that uses an Asus P5GD2 motherboard.
This
> board has built-in C-Media CMI9880 audio. I want to use Windows
Media
> Encoder to create *.wma files from Windows Media Player and Real
Audio
> Player streaming audio so I can listen to the broadcasts offline on
a
> WMP/MP3 player. The new system plays audio without problem but I
can't
> get Windows Media Encoder to record streaming audio.
>
> I had no problems doing this on my previous system (Soyo SY-P4S
Dragon
> Ultra motherboard with built-in C-Media CMI8738 audio). To record
> streaming audio using the Soyo system I had to enable the Wave audio
> source in the C-Media mixer application. The P5GD2 mixer app shows
only
> Mic, CD, and Line In as recording sources. There is no source
equivalent
> to the Wave option on the Soyo PC.
>
> I installed the latest C-Media driver and app from the Asus website
> (version 5.12.01.0007.36 dated 2004-08-23) but the problem remains.
>
> Any suggestions on what I need to do to enable encoding streaming
audio?
>
> Thanks.
>
> No email replies.
>
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