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  Reply # 1024324 13-Apr-2014 12:25
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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?


It's because broadcasters have to pay separately for internet rights vs standard TV rights.

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  Reply # 1024669 14-Apr-2014 08:19
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You could use mediaportals tv server to create the streams

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Killerkiwi2005: 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


What sort of hoop-jumping ? Keen to get the various NZ OnDemand channels working on RaspberryPi XBMC, or is that not possible ?




My thoughts are no longer my own and is probably representative of our media-controlled government


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  Reply # 1029475 22-Apr-2014 23:27
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SepticSceptic:
Killerkiwi2005: 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


What sort of hoop-jumping ? Keen to get the various NZ OnDemand channels working on RaspberryPi XBMC, or is that not possible ?


Yeah xbmc can work its magic its with rtmp on the rpi, finding the correct parameters takes time and then it will all break when tvnz/tv3 change there website in some minor way

This code used to work but looks like its bit rotting
https://github.com/markhoney/plugin.video.nz.ondemand

try googling rtmpdump
http://pxnh.wordpress.com/2010/08/21/rtmp-retrieval-with-rtmpdump-and-tcpdump/

I'd also look at the source of the hulu and free cable addons (they do exactlly this on the US sites), but with a wider dev pool to keep up with site hanges

Of course due to this *genius* system of encryption its easier to just google "series_name SxE torrent"






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