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
* ABC (using older video player)
* Charlie Rose
* New York Time
* 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 like:
* Radio Blog Club
* and more!
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
* RTMP MP3
* HTTP MP3
* 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.
Requirements: Replay Media Catcher runs on Windows PCs with Windows 2000, XP, server 2003 or Vista. If you own a Mac, you'll need an Intel based Mac running Bootcamp or Parallels.