|Record internet TVs and online videos directly from Windows Media Player|
_ Open Windows Media Player. Note that this can be any media player such as: WinAMP, RealPlayer, ...
_ Search and select the video you want to rip.
_ Open 1AVCenter.
_ Run the 'Profile Selector' and select the 'Record video from Media Players' capture profile.
_ Click on the 'Window/Region/Frame-Rate' button on the 'Main Toolbar' to select the correct window or region where the video will be played.
_ The capture window will be showing the contents of the Windows Media Player video window so as you play the video it will show twice on your screen.
_ Open 'Record Settings' if you intend to change compression or other options.
_ Click on 1AVCenter's 'Record Action Toolbar' 'Record' button to start recording, or minimize 1AVCenter and use the systray popup menu.
_ Alt-tab to Windows Media Player and play the video you've selected.
_ As the video plays 1AVCenter will be recording it. When the video ends click the 'Stop' button on 1AVCenter 'Record Action Toolbar' to stop recording, or use the systray popup menu.
_ That's it. The ripping is done. Repeat this procedure for all content within Windows Media Player you want to rip.
The same procedure applies to RealPlayer or any other media player you have installed.
IMPORTANT: If after you record a video the output file is black or blank go to 'Record Settings' and check the 'Disable hardware acceleration' checkbox. This ought solve the problem. See 'Troubleshoot' for more details.