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Plays in VLC or other players that can play MPEG AAC Audio (mp4a)

UrlSnooper / Re: Looking For Help With Streaming URL
« on: September 20, 2010, 08:58 PM »

UrlSnooper / Re: Not able to find the streaming URL
« on: September 01, 2010, 06:30 AM »

Play with any SHOUTcast player, WinAmp, VLC, iTunes, etc.

UrlSnooper / Re: can't find url for this video
« on: September 01, 2010, 06:17 AM »
StreamTransport is a very good freeware program for downloading flash video from this and many other sites.

HQ Stereo AAC stream
LQ Mono MP3 stream

Play with any SHOUTcast player, WinAmp, VLC, iTunes, etc.

UrlSnooper / Re: trying to find the source of the stream
« on: August 26, 2010, 04:56 AM »
It is almost like you didn't read what I posted, or didn't believe it.

Let me try one last time.

You cannot do what you are trying to do. It will not work.

UrlSnooper / Re: trying to find the source of the stream
« on: August 25, 2010, 04:53 PM »
ASX files are for Windows Media streams.
These are not Windows Media streams.
These are Flash Media streams.

The URL that StreamTransport shows is the stream URL of these Flash Media streams.
Many rtmp protocol Flash Media streams like these are restricted to streaming to a specific Flash Media player.
StreamTransport can download these streams because having the specific player in it's browser, it can impersonate that player and intercept the stream. It is refereed to as being the man in the middle intercept.
Some rtmp protocol Flash Media streams unlike these are not restricted to a specific player. If these streams were unrestricted you could use the the stream URL to play the stream in a nonspecific flash player like VLC media Player.

I do not know much about PSP and it's browser and it's flash player support, but these streams will only play in a browser that has the proper flash player support. Or the streams can be downloaded and played in a player that supports FLV files or downloaded and converted to some other file format as needed to play the file on the PSP.

UrlSnooper / Re: trying to find the source of the stream
« on: August 25, 2010, 07:18 AM »
You would need to explain better what you are trying to do.
A .asx file is a redirector file for http,mms,rtsp protocol Windows Media streams.
These are rtmp protocol Adobe Flash Media streams.

If you are trying to download the streams try StreamTransport.
If you are trying to embed the streams in another web page, click on the Ustream or Livestream logos on the streams and that should take you to the source page where you can get the embed code.

UrlSnooper / Re: Downloading file behind rtmp stream
« on: August 25, 2010, 06:45 AM »
I use StreamTransport quite a bit. It does find the URL in this case but does crash on trying to download this because it is currently only designed to download FLV and not MP3 files.

The URL you get from StreamTransport or you construct from the page source can be downloaded with some download managers.

I used Orbit to download this but Net Transport or possibly any other one that can download rtmp protocol might work as well.
Orbit will try to append a .flv extension after the .mp3 but this can be removed before the download starts or after it finishes.

UrlSnooper / Re: Older Project Url Snooper Forum
« on: June 25, 2005, 09:09 AM »
Maybe we should remove this whole post since the forum is gone.

And the link to that non-existant forum here.

UrlSnooper / Re: Older Project Url Snooper Forum
« on: June 15, 2005, 01:11 AM »

UrlSnooper / Re: Help with launch
« on: April 17, 2005, 12:52 AM »
--> URL snooper doesn't work properly on my diualup connection. It does load, and dls the page, but all it sniffs is a js file and not the wmv/asf (even when its actually playing)
That may be but I tried it out on three different computers this week that used a dial-up connection and they all worked fine.

--> Strix's url finder gives the links improperly. It recognizes the vid as "Backstreet Boys - The One", but the link that it provides is for some other vid.

--> strix's advert remover service doesnt work properly. The asx files that it generates are misleading, and point to non-existent wmvs
I tried everything at Strix site and had no problems. The stream URL's it returned work just fine for me, and the ad remover links worked as well. You just need to find the temporary ASX redirector in the source code of those links or directly from the player Properties. Also not a problem.

--> the view-source: protocolĀ  method doesnt work, because there is not a single reference to the asx file in the source.




The method does work. It takes about 30 seconds if you know what you are doing.

UrlSnooper / Re: Help with launch
« on: April 16, 2005, 11:41 PM »

UrlSnooper / Re: URLSnooper doesnt let me log onto the net.
« on: April 16, 2005, 11:39 PM »
The Streaming Media Recording Forum has become stagnant, and strangely, my posts do net appear on the site. Instead of my post, "HTML not allowed" or some similar messages are poste, even if I dont use HTML in my post.

The Streaming Media Recording Forum is not stagnant.

Most every posts (7 of 9) you made had to be deleted because the only thing they said isĀ  "HTML comments are not allowed".

The reason they said that is because you were putting HTML in your posts. If the forum software said you were putting HTML in your posts, then you were. That is just your operator error. I have posted there thousands of times and I don't have that problem and neither do the vast majority of those who post there.

Once in a while a new user will get one of those errors when posting the first time, but I have to say that you do hold the record for doing it the most times.

Did you try this?
IFILM video URL's using a manual method.

UrlSnooper / Case sensitive URL problem.
« on: April 16, 2005, 04:45 AM »
Referring to Question.


I'm quite new to stream capturing and I usually have no problems with it but this link in particular is driving me insane.


From this site: (Jeff Foxworthy's Big Entrance)

I've tried Net Transport, GetASFstream, ASF recorder and Stream Down but it just won't download.

Thanks for any help!


This seems to be a problem with the newest versions of Project URL Snooper.
I don't remember when it started, or with what version, but something seems to have changed.

It is a problem with case sensitive URL's.

If you look at the links in the link window you will see that everything is in lower case.
If you right click and Copy Selected URL(s) to Clipboard you also only copy all lower case.

If you look at the same highlighted URL in the packet data window, you may see both lower and upper case.
If you right click and Copy to Clipboard as Ascii Text you may also copy both lower and upper case.

The difference is that only the second URL copied from the packet data window will work because
it retains the correct case sensitive URL.

I will notify the author of Project URL Snooper and see if this can be fixed in the next version.

Note: URL's above contain a time stamp argument (auth=) and these will expire in 60-90 minutes.
You will need to get new non-expired URL's.

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