Convert *.ram to anything

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I tried this converter:
http://www.allformp3.com/ram-mp3-recorder/ram-mp3-recorder.htm

It worked beautifully - but only free for 60 secs of conversion, otherwise you need to pay US$30 for the real thing. reply

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03-22-2005 01:12 AM
HS

I have been struggling to find out how to download these stupid .ram files to my hard disk but none of the above methods work, or anything else for that matter. Isn’t there some program I can download to save real media files directly? Surely some kind soul out there must have created such a free program???????!!!!!! reply

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03-22-2005 10:21 AM
TSC

I tried this last night, it’s good and it’s free:

http://www.videohelp.com/tools?tool=Real7ime_Converter reply

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03-22-2005 10:54 PM
HS

thanks reply

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03-24-2005 12:39 PM
himoskytop

usually real player downloads the stream into a tempfile on your hard disk try looking there first it’ll be something like this:
“C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files” try looking forthe files there other wise try the other method in which what ever you want to save onto your hdd just simply right click on the file inthe web page and then click on save target as...,and you’re done
I hope this works for ya reply

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04-10-2005 01:28 AM
road_runner

An easier way to grab the file which contains the .rm (.ram) is to right click on the link and go to
properties”.

From this, you will know the URL which sources the file.

Copy and past the URL into a new web browser window. This automatically starts downloading the file to the temporary internet folder. Go to your temp folder. An easy way of doing this is click on the Start button and go to “Search - For files and folders” and do a search for “temporary”. You will know when you see the folder. The file would be downloaded to this folder.

Next highlight, copy and paste the file onto your desktop for ease of reference. Then I recommend you buy/get from a friend Boilsoft software, which can be used to covert the file to .mp3 or .wav.

Hope this helps - for those who don’t want to use the notepad method. reply

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04-18-2005 09:02 AM
road_runner

Hi, can anyone please help !!! I am really needed to d/l this .rm file to my computer and tried these methods but couldn’t do it..

http://www.abc.net.au/abcasiapacific/englishbites/stories/m740095.ram

My major is international business so I’m not that good with computers. If you could kindly email me the file @ isham.nilar@uts.edu.au it would be most appreciated.

I really need this file a.s.a.p. .. many thanks
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04-20-2005 03:46 AM
isham

To convert RAM files to WAV:
1. go to pcmag.com
2. click DOWNLOADS
3. type AUDIO CONVERTER
4. click on SOUND FORMAT CONVERTER
Install the program and make easy conversions. reply

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04-25-2005 11:30 AM
Hank Decode

How to you convert the *.ram files with Eo-video reply

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06-03-2005 02:26 PM
jojojo

Ive got a prob. Ive tried streambox to get the .ram files off the net (http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/ram/bb/fiftysectrail_16x9_bb.ram) and I save them as a .rm file and they still keep connecting to another video from the internet. I have found the address (rtsp://rmv8.bbc.net.uk/doctorwho/bb/fiftysectrail_16x9_bb.rm) but everytime I evter this into streambox it just says Attempsts Passed and Connection lost.
Can Anyone help plz??? reply

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06-12-2005 05:43 AM
Dan Bickerton

To add to the previous post:
I can open the .rm file via realplayer but have tried the notepad methoad and says cannot download. reply

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06-12-2005 05:56 AM
Dan Bickerton

I havent got a clue:
I am only 13
Please could someone e-mail me the file (rtsp://rmv8.bbc.net.uk/doctorwho/bb/fiftysectrail_16x9_bb.rm) as this is the actual video file. I have tried everytihing and am baffaled.
My e-mail is danmyster2005@yahoo.co.uk reply

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06-12-2005 07:04 AM
Dan Bickerton

Could anyone tell me how to download rstp:// files?
My browsers (Mozilla, Firefox and Opera) doesn’t support rstp://

I have no idea how to do it. I’m only 9. reply

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08-10-2005 03:49 AM
Ozzamon

i have downloaded some videos of the beatles, but they are all videos in .ram format, which is annoying because you can’t do anything with them. if any body can get it to change to mpeg, or something could you please send it to me. the website is http://beatlesnumber9.com/clips.html and scroll down, and the video is ticket to ride. so if you figure it out, please
1. tell me how to do it
2. send the converted version to M_T_Roth@yahoo.com reply

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09-10-2005 02:16 AM
tyler

Can someone send me *.rm/*.ram to mp3 software on following mail id jitu_singam@yahoo.com I have downloaded the same from many sites but all this s/w ask for serial no / key for fully converting this files to mp3. reply

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11-21-2005 12:38 AM
Jitu

ok.....What do you do when your friend is sending you a file that is .ram and you want it as a .wmv

can anybody help??

Danielle reply

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11-21-2005 02:47 PM
Danielle

Why not just d/l real player and view them like your supposed to do? Works every time....;-) reply

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11-23-2005 09:55 PM
new guest

but that doesn’t help when the real reason you need them for, the program won’t open the files! Plus realplayer slows down my computer.

Danielle reply

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11-24-2005 05:08 AM
Danielle

I need some help I have the URL’s of some .ram music files and need to convert them into anything preferably mp3 or wva but any will do.

Here are the url’s maybe you can change them for me and give me new urls. My parents wont let me download the software to convert it myself can someone please help me?

http://jwpepper.com/ram/2477361.ram

http://jwpepper.com/ram/2478453.ram reply

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11-30-2005 05:07 PM
yanks

you can also use hidownload
you can download free at hidownload.com
it’s been very useful to me
cus i can stream and save ram, rm, wmv, wma,
or any file online!!! reply

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12-01-2005 11:39 PM
dirrtydude

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