How to record video stream (e.g., webinar)?

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Tell me, is there a program which allows to record video streams with sound on websites? It can be online courses, webinars or just transfer via online TV channel. Platform (flash, Silverlight, media player, etc.) and format (H. 264 *.flv, *.mov, etc.) are unknown in advance.


It is very desirable that during the recording there was no need to keep the page of the browser and the recording program open on top of other Windows. Also it is desirable that it was a free program or at least a trial version.


Thanks in advance.

Context: In the near future I have some important webinars, but the timing does not go very well. I would like to write them down and revise after work. The duration of each 4-5 hours.
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I usually record all Internet traffic using Network Monitor. If it's not encrypted, it is possible then to collect the right stream, and to decode it.
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livestream.com
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you still decide... you want to record the video feed or something with a website that is desktop and?
if the first then VLC will solve the problem cheers. if the second... too... probably will be able to record from the screen.
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Wireshark, RTPdump and VLC are able to catch certain types of streams, but from experience I can say that the probability of success much less than half.
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It is safest to Rob directly from the screen, the window can be inactive.
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You can try to use Camtasia
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You can try Web Stream Recorder http://www.webstreamrecorder.com/index_ru.php
The program monitors all the download URL and if it finds a video or audio stream, begins pumping in the background

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