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Old 14th Feb 2020, 7:38 am   #1
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This may sound as bordering on fraud but I am asking for a genuine reason.
When I am viewing or downloading certain material I am told there is a certain time limit in which to watch the material. So, could I fit an HDMI to AV converter and record laptop images to my hard-drive recorder? Or will the "countdown" data also be transferred.
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Old 14th Feb 2020, 7:58 am   #2
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Google is your friend here, do a search for Get iplayer

That's assuming it is a BBC TV or radio program you want to record
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Old 14th Feb 2020, 9:25 am   #3
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Ta Mike, as careful as I was you have sussed me, ta.
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Hi audials 10 if you can view it you can record it to hdd works a treat Mick
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An alternative to Iplayer is VLC media player...this is open-source and does not belong to any multinational, it is a nimble and non-intrusive, regularly updated by enthusiasts and has a huge following who add codecs etc as they come along. It has many options including converting/saving material.
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