FYI - a number of months ago I called in to local radio morning show - when
these guys were discussing 3D Printing. But, they had No Clue as to what they
were talking about - so that's why I called in with some input. Afterwards - I
contacted the station - and they had NO Problem getting me an MP3 file of
segment where I called in. So - even a TV station may be willing to do the same
- especially if the content of the show is about your Dog!
----- Original Message -----
From: Ted Roche
Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2016 11:54 am
Subject: Re: [NF] Save Video from cable TV
> The cable/TV/Windows industry have pretty much sewn up the
> copying of
> protected materials unless you can find a way to access "the analog
> Frankly, if you need to do it this week, use/borrow a
> videocamera and
> record it off the TV. A lot of cellphones will do this, although
> usually only a couple of minutes. Test it out first.
> If this is a show of your dog on a local TV station, contact them
> directly about how to get a copy of the show. Most studio engineers
> will do that as a courtesy to their subjects.
> If the station puts features on their website, you can often download
> the episode by hacking around on their website. or wait for someone
> else to put it on YouTube. "How to download video off YouTube"
> has a
> few million suggestions on the internet.
> Years ago, I used a couple of different video adaptors and a
> Linux box
> running MythTV, but it was weeks of experimentation and constant
> tweaks to get it working. The good news is you can get a video
> in the
> format you'd prefer. But you earn it. 48 hours is a tad optimistic.
> Ted Roche
> Ted Roche & Associates, LLC
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