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Living Room / Re: Help needed recording streaming video.
« on: September 28, 2014, 02:08 PM »
That stream is actually not copy-protected.  That would have made it more difficult to capture on a pc.  Capturing a show via internet that you can get on tv is usually not a good idea.  Provided the show is on regular over-the-air television instead of cable, then they might want to consider an inexpensive recorder like the Mediasonic HW-150PVR or its clone iView 3500STBII if they want an alternative to using a VCR.       

Living Room / Re: Help needed recording streaming video.
« on: September 27, 2014, 09:12 PM »
Not sure if there are any free programs that can do this.  Maybe try some browser plugins, Real Player, or Stream Transport.  I am pretty sure 2 different paid-for programs would work but if I mention them, somebody will accuse me of spamming.

The link you have is a live stream which is usually more difficult to capture as compared to just an on-demand fixed-length video. 

Now, is the whole idea of capturing the video and putting it on dvd even practical?  Let us say you have the video captured.  Not that hard.  Then, you would need to convert the file to reencode the video to mpeg2.  Another consideration is that a standard single-layer dvd holds less than an hour and a half video unless you change to vcd resolution.  This takes time.  Completing the process probably takes longer than a single show.

If your goal is a one-time-only or once-a-week fixed length show, then doing this for them is not that difficult.  On the other hand if they only want some background noise to fill hours in a day & want this everyday, then I would say the capture & burn is not a practical idea.

From a post today from wilderssecurity forums regarding KSO,

"We are currently giving away 300 full working serial numbers for KSO07 for those of you who simply cannot wait.  These will be provided on a first come, first served basis. Please contact David at [email protected] to obtain yours whilst they last."

I have no idea whether or not all 300 licenses have been given out yet.  I just requested one just in case they are still available.

What do you have listed under Help / Product Management Center for the various components?

Mine now says: (Can Use 29 days)

I just installed it.  However after giving a name when registering, there is still a 30-day time limit.  As a test, I change the clock via Control Panel to June 2009.  Kingsoft Office 2007 would not load the individual components.  Instead, it asks me for a serial number.

If somebody else has installed this & bypassed the time restriction, please tell me EXACTLY how this is done.  Perhaps this program is just not free, but simply a 30-day trial version.

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