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Topic # 143306 9-Apr-2014 22:54
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Hi,

Does anyone know if there is such a thing that you could label a "Virtual Decoder" for FreeView that works of RTMP?
If not are there any RTMP stream for NZ TV that are free to air?

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  Reply # 1022584 10-Apr-2014 07:19
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.....pause while we all look up "RTMP" on Wikipedia.....




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  Reply # 1022597 10-Apr-2014 08:23
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It's those Canadian cops on horses - you know, the ones that wear the funny hats.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1022600 10-Apr-2014 08:35
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Dratsab: It's those Canadian cops on horses - you know, the ones that wear the funny hats.


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  Reply # 1022632 10-Apr-2014 09:31
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That could be quite easy to setup tbh, TVNZ streams Breakfast and other News shows to their site live at 500kb/s bitrate using RTMP (looks like s***) and TV3/MediaWorks also do it for their news shows at an even worse bitrate and using some sort of Windows Media Player Streaming (i forgot what it was called because of how s*** it is)



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  Reply # 1022639 10-Apr-2014 09:50
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haydenmarsh: That could be quite easy to setup tbh, TVNZ streams Breakfast and other News shows to their site live at 500kb/s bitrate using RTMP (looks like s***) and TV3/MediaWorks also do it for their news shows at an even worse bitrate and using some sort of Windows Media Player Streaming (i forgot what it was called because of how s*** it is)


I am more looking for the actual channel live.





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  Reply # 1022662 10-Apr-2014 10:04
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Doubt that would ever happen. unless it was illegal but lets not go there.
TimA:
haydenmarsh: That could be quite easy to setup tbh, TVNZ streams Breakfast and other News shows to their site live at 500kb/s bitrate using RTMP (looks like s***) and TV3/MediaWorks also do it for their news shows at an even worse bitrate and using some sort of Windows Media Player Streaming (i forgot what it was called because of how s*** it is)


I am more looking for the actual channel live.



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haydenmarsh: Doubt that would ever happen. unless it was illegal but lets not go there.
TimA:
haydenmarsh: That could be quite easy to setup tbh, TVNZ streams Breakfast and other News shows to their site live at 500kb/s bitrate using RTMP (looks like s***) and TV3/MediaWorks also do it for their news shows at an even worse bitrate and using some sort of Windows Media Player Streaming (i forgot what it was called because of how s*** it is)


I am more looking for the actual channel live.


Its funny how as soon as it goes near the internet its illegal?
I can stream it FOR FREE LEGALLY off a TV. I dont see the difference in this here.
1: I will still get your crappy ads.
2: Im still watching the TV

If they are worried about screen capturing, What about a HD PVR?





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  Reply # 1022674 10-Apr-2014 10:40
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TimA:
haydenmarsh: Doubt that would ever happen. unless it was illegal but lets not go there.
TimA:
haydenmarsh: That could be quite easy to setup tbh, TVNZ streams Breakfast and other News shows to their site live at 500kb/s bitrate using RTMP (looks like s***) and TV3/MediaWorks also do it for their news shows at an even worse bitrate and using some sort of Windows Media Player Streaming (i forgot what it was called because of how s*** it is)


I am more looking for the actual channel live.


Its funny how as soon as it goes near the internet its illegal?
I can stream it FOR FREE LEGALLY off a TV. I dont see the difference in this here.
1: I will still get your crappy ads.
2: Im still watching the TV

If they are worried about screen capturing, What about a HD PVR?

If it was TV 1 2 and 3 etc on Freeview there is nothing stopping someone from getting a USB DVB-S/T receiver and recording it.. so i see what you mean.

All they want is money, solution to get more money - stream your channel online.

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  Reply # 1022675 10-Apr-2014 10:41
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And sure, you could screen capture it, but it would be too damn low-res that you wouldn't even want to try and do that.



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  Reply # 1022677 10-Apr-2014 10:44
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haydenmarsh: And sure, you could screen capture it, but it would be too damn low-res that you wouldn't even want to try and do that.


Haha yer. O well. Might put it to them then. Its a good idea. 





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  Reply # 1022679 10-Apr-2014 10:46
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TimA:
haydenmarsh: And sure, you could screen capture it, but it would be too damn low-res that you wouldn't even want to try and do that.


Haha yer. O well. Might put it to them then. Its a good idea. 

It would be a cool idea. too bad it more than likely won't be happening in the foreseeable future.

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  Reply # 1023443 11-Apr-2014 14:12
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VLC and a DVB tuner and you could set something up yourself.




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  Reply # 1023445 11-Apr-2014 14:16
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openmedia: VLC and a DVB tuner and you could set something up yourself.

Been trying to do this for a while now, but i'd need a quieter computer and get port forwarding and all that stuff working too. (i can do it locally, just not externally) 

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  Reply # 1024308 13-Apr-2014 11:37
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Well you can do it your self with a dvb-t/s tuner, the flash streams can be played through xbmc it just takes a bit of stupid hoop jumping to actually find the stream




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  Reply # 1024316 13-Apr-2014 11:59
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I got it working, well 1 channel only. but it works. i won't post any links due to obvious reasons though

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