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  • Your only real choice when it comes to record audio streams today on Linux! Many thanks for your work! Please continue development and keep it alive - All the others like streamtuner2, etc are all not that good or not even working.. Thanks again

  • Very good Software.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Fast and simple.

  • Awesome program. Though I have one question which I have not been able to get answered. I am unable to get streamRipStar to record. I am running it on a PC and when I attempt to begin a recording I am returned the error message "error while recording Streamripper". I've done just about everything I can think of to no avail, suggestions?

  • Wow, super little app, kudos to the developers. I use it all the time & it performs superbly!!!

  • thanks man, great soft!

  • A very usefull piece of software !

  • intuitiv zu bedienen super multirecording

  • If you listen to streaming stations (my favorite is Dementia Radio, with comedy music and skits) this is one of the best ways to capture the songs for later transfer and listening. One note about the Windows version: if you expect to capture streams later, it looks like you must have the "schedulmanager"(schedule manager) window open on your desktop and it must be the active window. If you don't, the timed stream captures won't happen. (Your experiences may vary.) You can choose to capture individual songs, with a file naming protocol you can choose, or you can just capture one big stream.

  • Thanks for this wonderful tool!