How to record DRM protected video streams
How to record DRM protected streams
The best solution to record DRM protected video is to use a high quality screen video recorder like Replay Video Capture or WM Capture. These products record video from your screen in real time, and do a great job of making digital quality captures. They will work no matter what DRM scheme is in place, and they are 100% legal to use.
Replay Video Capture
Technical solutions like RTMPDump may work in some cases, but it depends upon the scheme being used, and how up to date the latest release is.
How to record other non-recordable audio/video streams
Firs of all, make sure that the stream you want to record is really non-recordable. Replay Media Catcher, Jaksta (Mac) and WM Recorder can capture pretty much all non-protected streams, or you can try the latest versions of other streaming media recorders. If it is hard for you to choose a stream recording software, ask a question in the Streaming media recording forum.
To record non-recordable video streams use Replay Video Capture, WM Capture or other screen capture software. Such programs can capture almost anything you see on your screen.
To record non-recordable audio streams you may use direct audio recording software. Such programs can record any sound produced by your sound card.
If you record from internet radio stations or digital music subscription services, you may want to try Replay Music. Replay Music is the only direct sound recording software that can split songs, identify and tag them automatically.
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