will have a look at this chim thanks
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1 Install VLC if you havent allready
2 Run British Tv.exe
3 In British Tv Window Select number of channell ie. 1 = BBC1 ect.....
4 Watch Tv
You can record channels to by....
Selecting view on the taskbar Right Click, enable 'advanced controls' and a record button should appear. Press the button and it records
It works outside Uk in some places as well
Just tried this myself and it works fine, if i can get the exe cracked open i may be able to add a little to it
Last edited by Chimaera; 01-10-2009 at 05:23 PM.
will have a look at this chim thanks
Cheers Chim, its a neat little program, but some channels are not available and they show an error similar to this one:
"Unable to open 'http://1**.90.118.129/tinypop_1?TID=efaa42e9ab49e5d2acfb5ca796c1e7b4&cli entId=653&portalId=&ppvId=0&channelId='
Was having a little struggle downloading from rapidshare as a free user, so i've uploaded the British TV program to MediaFire as a backup:
Nice share Chimaera
I too am getting errors similar to dan-ger-ous on some channels.
Do you have the source of that file? is it something that is being maintained or updated?
I'm asking in case there is a bug report log where errors such as this can be reported
Thanks again for the post
Just looking at this again, the BBC news for example is the full news including reports, whereas the Sky News is on a continuous recorded loop of the top stories which is a waste of space. It's a pity the author didn't link Sky News to a live stream.
there seems to be a lot of ch missing i mean not working
sorry its not perfect guys, i wish i did have the source cos then i could write a version that works
im guessing he is using channels that are online and getting in via an ip address, the menu he has used isnt diffucult to make and his dosent even return ready for the next number
Im sure somethink like this could be attempted with a cmd or powershell file all you really need is the ip address the coding part is doable, i could have a look if we can get hold of some online channels ip address.
Ive had a look round and i dont think its being maintained, and i cant remember where i snatched it from
its a great little prog and will be very useful for me thanks chim
I guess he is using something like this for feeds
BBC - BBC One - Watch Live
a lot of online content is free its just finding it
if we can get a list of the ip address the channels use i may be able to write some code to bring it together
dont worry gman i didnt take it that way
there must be general feeds that are available probably european market ones that will work anywhere
but then a bbc1 feed should work anywhere from the internet
Im sure there are feeds available its just a matter of sitting down and surfin ur ass off to find them
try this gman
viewmy.tv - free tv - online tv - streaming tv - internet tv
after a bit of messing about this link should give you sky news
you may have to choose what player to use, it worked in media player and vlc for me
edit 2 it seems thats not live but a loop you have to signup to sky or have a sky account to get the live one
This one seems usefull
Last edited by Chimaera; 28-09-2009 at 10:51 AM.
This will get you Sky Live.
I decompiled the original executable file you posted but I'm afraid it's not my area of expertise so it's pretty much double dutch to me. I was hoping I would be able to see a list of IP's.......
which gives you this
which is the link you need well it works for me anyway
the mms links are the live stream as to getting the ip from that not sure, maybe i dont need to for a batch ill have to test
heres the test try it for yourself
Last edited by Chimaera; 28-09-2009 at 02:28 PM.
I can do that m8 but i aint gonna do it without some help
Ill write the code and the menus and stuff and compile it, but i need some help finding the feeds if people are willing to help
yes i might be able to make it work in either or have to have a think about that
Well. I will help if I can but like I said, I have only minimal knowledge when it comes to programming/coding or batch writing, so I wouldn't me of much help there.
It wold be really neat if the menu let you choose either VLC or WMP11?
Maybe if we start a hunt thread for TV mms feeds where users can post feeds to free live TV streams? If we got a good response it might give you the material you need to put it all together?
Here's the Sky News feed using WMP11