Capture streaming video with vlc
Jul 29, 2013 Stream capture of video sources can of course be accomplished with VLC, if you can detect the stream and determine its URL. The commercial product WM Recorder does this automatically. One can also attempt to find the temporary hard disk location where the video stream is being buffered and copy it from there.To Record with VLC Windows. Open VLC Player. Set the recording location. In VLC select Preferences from the Tools menu. In the Preferences Window, select the InputCodecs tab. Use the Files Record directory or filename field and click Browse to find a location to storerecord your saved video files. or another folder on your drive. capture streaming video with vlc
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Recording your stream using VLC Many Airtime users like to record their radio streams to publish them as a podcasts, or to replay their live shows at a later time. You cant record radio streams from within the Airtime Pro interface, but its possible to use 3rd party software to record your streams for later use. Under Video Codec Tab, click on Keep Original Video Track box. Under Audio Codec Tab, click on Keep Original Audio Track box. Next Save the Profile Settings (you should only have to do that once). Finally, click the Start button when you are ready to savecapture the stream.capture streaming video with vlc Open VLC Media Player, click the Media tab and then click Open Network Stream. Type the RSTP video stream address (see Video stream setup above), click the arrow located next to Play and then click Convert. Click Browse to choose a location for saving the video, type the filename, and then click Start. The video will not be displayed, but it