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Alan E Hill

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Emergency Services Scanner Feed
« on: 03:32:39 | 01 September, 2011 »
I'm looking for a useable audio feed for this scanner:

Princeton, West Windsor, Plainsboro, Cranbury Police, Fire, and EMS

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?feedId=8693

How do I go about extracting the feed from the flash or whatever it is they use to render it on computer?

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Re: Emergency Services Scanner Feed
« Reply #1 on: 03:54:40 | 01 September, 2011 »
The audio URL is http://www.radioreference.com/scripts/playlists/1/8693/0-5259497004.m3u.

You'll get the URLs by changing the "Player Selection" to iTunes or Winamp and then clicking the "Listen" symbol.

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Re: Emergency Services Scanner Feed
« Reply #2 on: 03:56:22 | 01 September, 2011 »
Duh!!!

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Re: Emergency Services Scanner Feed
« Reply #3 on: 09:29:00 | 01 September, 2011 »
Recording the M$ wav channel (select it with the M$ sound mixerand go to the recording settings with an audio recording tool) if all fails....
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Eric-Jan van den Bogaard.
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