The Ultimate FLV & MP3 Capture Tool
Record all kinds of FLV format Flash Videos.
Capture streaming MP3 files.
Automatically names songs and video files.
One click recording.
MP3 tag editor.
Works great for hard-to-capture sites using RTMP protocol.
No Spyware. No Viruses. 100% Guaranteed.
Capture Streaming Flash Video and MP3 Audio as You Surf
Great for Hard to Capture sites that use the RTMP protocol
Introducing Replay Media Catcher, the only software that lets
you capture streaming Flash™ Video (FLV format) and MP3 Audio
from previously unrecordable streams. And it's incredibly easy
to use! Just click Start Recording, then laugh heartily as tons
of great media fills your hard drive as you play it.
New for Version 2.0: Unique Automatic Naming Feature
Replay Media Catcher is smart - it figures out the name of the
video or MP3 file you've recorded, and names the file
automatically. This makes it easier than ever to organize your
recorded media. For MP3 files, the artist, album, song title and
other information are added to the ID3 tags - this makes your
recorded songs appear as they should in iTunes, Windows Media
Player, or any other program that plays MP3 files.
Capture FLV Video files from Thousands of Flash™ Video Sites
For capturing online video, you can record from hundreds of
popular places, including:
Sony/BMG Music Videos
And many, many more!
Snag MP3s from Popular Music Sites
For audio and music sites, Replay Media Catcher will grab the
MP3s as they stream down to your PC. It works great with sites
Radio Blog Club™
Well Designed, Well Thought Out
Not only is Replay Media Catcher a great tool for capturing
media, but it makes your captured media easy to manage too.
Here's some of the handy features you'll enjoy:
Play captured videos with the included Flash™ Video player.
Rename media files.
Edit MP3 tags.
Just start playing a video, and Replay Media Catcher records it
all. No need to wait for it to finish!
Captures all the Hard-to-get Formats
Attention geeks: Here's the technical stuff for you. Replay
Media Catcher is designed specifically for Flash™ (FLV) format
video and music. This means you can capture the following
protocols and formats:
RTMP Flash™ Video
HTTP Flash™ Video
More protocols and formats coming soon!
Note: To capture video and audio files streamed in Windows Media
or Real formats, try Replay A/V or WM Recorder.
PC with Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, or Vista.
record full files just by playing a small piece.
In Demo Mode, Replay Media Catcher captures 75% of every file.
This lets you experiment with the software to ensure it works
properly for you. Once you
How to Record Media
Recording media is easy. Here's how to do it:
Open Replay Media Catcher. It appears like this:
Click Start Recording. The button changes like so:
Play the audio or video you want to capture. Recorded files
start appearing in the files list like this:
Once recording starts, you don't need to watch what you're
recording. You can stop watching or listening, and go play
something else to record. Recording continues automatically.
Click Stop Recording when you're finished recording.
While capturing, you will see one of the following icons next to
Failed. If you get this icon, double click it to see the reason
the recording failed.
Partial recording finished.
Looking up name of recording.
Here's some helpful hints about recording:
Once you start playing a clip, Replay Media Catcher will record
the entire thing, even if you're not watching or listening to it
all. Many video sites keep their programming in segments, so you
can just start playing a segment, then click to the next
segment, and Replay Media Catcher will record each segment.
Replay Media Catcher can record multiple clips simultaneously.
If you can't record something, it's probably a Windows Media or
Real Video clip. Use Replay A/V to capture that type of data.
Need to convert your recordings to another format? Try Replay
Using the MP3 Snagger plug-in:
New with Replay Media Catcher 2.1 is the MP3 Snagger plug-in. If
you're having trouble recording songs from a music site, try
activating the MP3 Snagger plug-in, and you may get better
results. (The MP3 Snagger is inactive by default.) Here's how to
Go to Tools, Settings. The settings dialog appears:
Ensure the MP3 Snagger plug-in is checked.
Go to your music site, and try restarting the music playback.
If you have trouble recording, please try the following:Click
record in Replay Media Catcher before you begin playing the
content that you want captured. In some cases you may need to
start Replay Media Catcher before you open the source you will
be capturing from.
If you have already played the content once before capturing,
you may need to clear your temporary internet files so that
Replay Media Catcher can detect the content. To clear your
temporary internet files from Internet Explorer 7, click on
Tools then Internet Options then click the Delete button under
the Browsing History section of the General tab. In the
Temporary Internet Files section, click the Delete Files button.
Once you have deleted your temporary internet files, try