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Author Topic: trying to find the source of the stream  (Read 6194 times)

bennycast

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trying to find the source of the stream
« on: August 21, 2010, 02:07:36 AM »
hi I have tried a lot to find the stream of this channel or direct link. this is a live channel. I need it to then use the source of the stream to create .asx

This is what is asking when i have tio create the .asx:
<REF HREF=""/>

and this is the whole .asx information i have to put in:
<ASX VERSION="3">
<TITLE>Custom Channel</TITLE>
<ENTRY>
<REF HREF=""/>
</ENTRY>
</ASX>

This is the link below: scroll down a little bit and then close the advertisment for the stream to start.
http://www.mitierratvco2.com/?canal=160

and this one  

http://cdn.livestrea...tv&autoPlay=true

I have tried to find the source but nothing.

if some one can find it will be very helpful, an tell me how you did it
« Last Edit: August 25, 2010, 08:10:56 PM by bennycast »

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Re: trying to find the source of the stream
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2010, 12:56:28 PM »
I guess no knows how. if someone do please help me

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Re: trying to find the source of the stream
« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2010, 07:18:30 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.

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Re: trying to find the source of the stream
« Reply #3 on: August 25, 2010, 02:28:09 PM »
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.

(i know how to craea tethe asx i just need the stream)

what im trying to do is finding the direct link of the tv stream of the links i posted.

To then create an asx for a PSP aplication that supports asx. so I can watch those tv channels on my PSP.
If you dont understand let me know.

I already used stream transport it found somelinks of the  streams posted but its embedded with a player. I want the stream without the player and that the stream starts sutomatically.

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Re: trying to find the source of the stream
« Reply #4 on: August 25, 2010, 04:53:32 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.
« Last Edit: August 26, 2010, 04:57:39 AM by Veblin »

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Re: trying to find the source of the stream
« Reply #5 on: August 25, 2010, 07:58:08 PM »
this is what i found with stream transport so what part should I use

rtmp://69-31-5-40.dv.livestream.com/mogulus-stream-edge/telemedellintv/rtmp://69-31-5-155.dv.livestream.com/affiliateStream/telemedellintv/6c69766572657065617465723a72746d703a2f2f36392d33312d352d36372e64762e6c69766573747265616d2e636f6d2f6d6f67756c75732f74656c656d6564656c6c696e74762f6c69766573747265616d.

This is what is asking when i have tio create the .asx:
<REF HREF=""/>

and this is the whole .asx information i have to put in:
<ASX VERSION="3">
<TITLE>Custom Channel</TITLE>
<ENTRY>
<REF HREF=""/>
</ENTRY>
</ASX>
« Last Edit: August 25, 2010, 08:09:54 PM by bennycast »

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Re: trying to find the source of the stream
« Reply #6 on: August 26, 2010, 04:56:06 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.