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UrlSnooper / Re: Livestation .m3u8 streams.
« on: August 29, 2015, 12:36 PM »
I've managed to fix this myself.

I had a look at some Windows Updates installed prior to this problem showing itself and one, a none security related DirectX update was causing it.

After uninstalling that update the streams are working fine now.

This sort of thing just makes me more stubborn to upgrade to Win10 because of the forced updates policy which is going to mess a lot of people up in my opinion.



UrlSnooper / Livestation .m3u8 streams.
« on: August 18, 2015, 10:44 AM »

I found these streams (from with Url snooper but I can't get them to play:-

http://wpc.c1a9.edge...s_satlink/b_828.m3u8 (CCTV News.)

http://wpc.c1a9.edge...s_satlink/b_828.m3u8 (France24.)

I've tried PotPlayer (which plays my other .m3u8 stuff) and also MPC_Home Cinema which normally works but neither can recognize the streams.

The streams don't appear to be protected in any way and as I'm from the UK they shouldn't be country restricted.

Can anyone else get them to play as if so it may be my isp that is blocking them for some reason and if that's the case then I'll have words about it.

Appreciate some help with this.




Another Anniversary Donation made  :)

Not sure if the Thermometer is reading correctly though.

Anyway hope it all helps a little  :up:

UrlSnooper / Re: Help with this URL
« on: September 18, 2014, 03:23 PM »

Your streaming link is this: http://[email protected] (this is a 2mb stream and there are other faster/slower speeds as well but this feed is the one as on the website.)

Only trouble is that it pauses after a few seconds after I try it. I've tried three media players and all act the same.

It maybe something to do with the adverts that kick in when viewing the browser stream. They are on different servers and maybe needed for the stream to be continuous.

Or it may be ip protected and as I'm from the UK the direct stream may not be viewable from here.

Anyway you're welcome to give it a try and I hope it works for you.


UrlSnooper / Re: what happened to the ascii packet window?
« on: July 10, 2014, 02:15 PM »
Now that's great, that extra option of checking/unchecking Auto Show New Packets makes all the difference in the world.

Thanks for putting it in Mouser  :Thmbsup:


UrlSnooper / Re: what happened to the ascii packet window?
« on: June 04, 2014, 11:01 AM »
Did you ever add that extra option as per Reply #6 Mouser?

I don't see it in the latest version and this flashing by of packets drives me nuts, I really can't see the point of it.

I've lost my old versions and I'd like to go back to one where I can click and view the packets as per the original poster said in Reply #5.

Is there an archive of older releases anywhere on this site that could help me out?


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