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Now that SiriusXM shut off their legacy internet streams, how are folks recording content to MP3? Is there any way to download shows as a podcast?? Or maybe there's a way to record stuff through their streaming tool? Any and all advice is sorely needed. I'm not able to listen lisve, so I have been recording stuff via the legacy streams using the Replay A/V application, then playing it on my mp3 player. Thanks!
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I was under the impression that most shows are now offered "on demand".

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I am not sure I understand. I have a lifetime sirius account. I stream using the Mac app Pulsar and record with Audio Hijack Pro. Its working fine.

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I use a dedicated XM receiver (Antex XM100) plugged into my Mac to do this. I get the signal to it via the Delphi XM Repeaters.

The Antex XM100 allows you to program the tuner to change changes at certain times so it works well although the Pulsar application would work as well but I think if you're lifetime that you're limited to 32Kbps streams.. You could argue that I'm probably not getting much more than that via the satellites.

I use a podcast generator:
http://podcastgen.sourceforge.net

To generate the podcasts and then serve them up on my Mac mini via Apache. iTunes then routinely connects to it to download the latest podcasts from the same machine.

I then use Cast Away:
http://www.woodenbrain.com/products/castaway/castaway.html

to not only clean up the various podcasts but to reshuffle my video playlists (cartoons) that get synch'd to my phone.

Works pretty well.
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Our lifetime subs used to be limited to 32kbps streams, but then they re-designed the online listening site. On the new site, I don't see any quality option or specified bitrate, but the quality that I receive sounds 100x better than whatever I was getting under the 32kbps limit.

I bought a lifetime sub but almost never used it because the sound quality through the satellite is so bad and just continues to get worse. The current online listening makes my original investment totally worth it.

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Now that SiriusXM shut off their legacy internet streams, how are folks recording content to MP3? Is there any way to download shows as a podcast?? Or maybe there's a way to record stuff through their streaming tool? Any and all advice is sorely needed. I'm not able to listen live, so I have been recording stuff via the legacy streams using the Replay A/V application, then playing it on my mp3 player. Thanks!

Here is what I do. While Pulsar still works for US accounts (I live outside the US, but Pulsar still works) I was looking into alternatives for recording my content for offline use. I have always used Pulsar and recorded with Audio Hijack Pro. Now I use the browser-based player on the SiriusXM website and still use Audio Hijack Pro. You can record browser sessions in AHP, but to avoid accidental audio from other browser tabs getting recorded I just open the player is a lesser used browser which for me is Google Chrome. With only that player open in Chrome I can just choose to record Google Chrome audio in AHP.

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I get that AHP can record from the streaming browser app... BUt with the now defunct Pulsar I was able to record specific shows at specific times all automated by AHP.

I think the question is more about how to automate recording of Sirius XM channels/shows without having to do anything manually.

Anyone able to do this with the streaming browser player??

HELP!!!
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I use Sirius XM Streamer v1.9.11.0:

http://www.permanence.com/sirius/

 

and I use Replay AV 8.82

http://applian.com/replay-av/

 

Looks like they have a new product, 

In Sirius XM Streamer, you put in all you Sirius/XM account info....NOTE-NOT ALL CHANNEL ARE AVAILABLE, DANG

In RelpayAV you Enter a New Show. The trick is get URL from Sirius XM Streamer.  Then you set up recording times, names, etc.  

Again the only drawback is that not all content is available, but other than that this work really well.

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Recording SirusXM Online
Once upon a time I used XM Tuner, then I used SiriusXMStreamer.  
On 2014-04-17 SXMS stopper working.  
After trying a bunch of stuff I hit on this decent solution for recording.

1. Start SiriusXM Online player
2. Choose the channel you want to listen to
Your address bar will look like this:
siriusxm.com/player/#view=channels
3. Now click Now Playing. 
Your address bar will read something like this
siriusxm.com/player/#view=nowPlaying&channelId=siriuspatriot


4. Download and Start Replay Radio 9 ($29.95)
5. In RR9 Skip the Quick record nonsense and click Schedule Tab
6. Right Click and Select New to creat a show
7. Type a name (Example WM_{Y}-{M}-{D} The YMD adds date to the name
8. In the URL copy and paste URL from step 3 above.
9. Set Capture to Record Audio Output
10. Set Launch to In Tuner
11. Set Convert and Media Folder to your choice
12. Select Tuning Tab and add URL form Step
and set Player to Browser
13. Select Tags and set to your choice
14. Right Click on show and select Start Recording

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