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    How do I get one of these sound clips on my computer so I can turn it into a ringtone? The ringtone part I know how to do but how can I download one or all of those audio clips?

    http://www26.brinkster.com/dkalim200...ard.asp?sbId=5
    Last edited by Skizo; 11-10-2004 at 02:43 PM.

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    use the source luke
    http://www26.brinkster.com/dkalim2000/flash/towelie.swf
    i cant tell you how to convert it to ringtones though

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    remote source is forbidden. cannot access. etc, etc.....??????

    Am I doing somethin' wrong??
    Last edited by Skizo; 11-10-2004 at 02:42 PM.

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    could be, i can view the URL's source with a right-mouse-click.

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    OK, if I right-click one of the 'Towelies', I get the Macro thing. How r u doing it?




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    i opened the url you posted, rightclicked on it, selected view source
    i saw the media was stored at flash/towelie.swf i added that to the base url of www26.brinkster.com/dkalim2000/ and downloaded towelie.swf with GetRight from www26.brinkster.com/dkalim2000/flash/towelie.swf
    EDIT: someone else will have to tell you how to extract audio from shockwave files
    Last edited by Vargas; 11-10-2004 at 04:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vargas
    i opened the url you posted, rightclicked on it, selected view source
    i saw the media was stored at flash/towelie.swf i added that to the base url of www26.brinkster.com/dkalim2000/ and downloaded towelie.swf with GetRight from www26.brinkster.com/dkalim2000/flash/towelie.swf
    EDIT: someone else will have to tell you how to extract audio from shockwave files
    Try using Sothink SWF Decompiler MX 2005 http://sothink.com/flashdecompiler/

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    Laugh

    Just use your Windows sound recorder and record it ...then convert it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mullyman
    Just use your Windows sound recorder and record it ...then convert it
    Good idea!

    edit: works too! Thx all
    Last edited by Skizo; 11-11-2004 at 02:24 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo
    Good idea!

    edit: works too! Thx all
    Okay, this worked but instead of the wav file being somewhere between 15kb and 100kb, it's over 2,550 kb's whichis to large. I've tried a couple of so called wav shrinkers but they were a joke. Any ideas anyone??

    Also, the swf decompiler, that thing isnt making any sense to me. I think the audio has to be on your pc already in order to use this.
    Last edited by Skizo; 11-12-2004 at 01:26 PM.

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