How to Record Radio Streams
Have you ever wondered how to record Internet radio so you can listen later at your leisure or share it with others? Turning your favorite radio shows into audio files is actually quite simple – provided you have the right software.
Movavi Screen Capture is the definitive tool for recording Internet radio* from your PC or Mac. This app will help you easily rip music, radio programs, and all kinds of streaming audio goodness right from the Web. Just download Movavi Screen Capture and start expanding your digital collection with the latest hits.
1. Install the Movavi Streaming Radio Recorder
Open the downloaded file and follow the installation instructions.
2. Set the Capture Area
Run the Movavi ripper and hit Record screen. Click on the website of the target radio station to select it as the capturing area. The capture interface panel will appear. Make sure that the System Audio button on the panel is marked green – this ensures the sound will be saved.
3. Record the Radio on Your PC or Mac
Click the REC button to start capturing the selected track or show after a five-second countdown. You can pause or stop the process by pressing F9 or F10, respectively (⌥ ⌘ 1 and ⌥ ⌘ 2 if you’re using a Mac). When you’re finished recording, click Stop.
4. Save Your Recording
In the preview window that opens once the capturing is done, click Save As. Expand More presets and go to the Video and audio tab. In the tab list, you will see a variety of audio formats to choose from: MP3, FLAC, WAV, WMA, and more. Choose the one that best suits your needs, click Save, and enjoy your audio!
* You can record from an FM radio, too. Just make sure you have an appropriate TV tuner card installed in your computer.
Movavi Screen Capture
The perfect way to record from your screen
- Capture video from your computer screen
- Grab sound from multiple sources
- Save recordings without quality loss
- Export videos in any popular format
Disclaimer: Please be aware that Movavi Screen Capture does not allow capture of copy-protected
video and audio streams.