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Topic # 191624 10-Feb-2016 21:10
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Just a little bat file I made up. It's Geo  and non Geo friendly)

 

https://mega.nz/#!AExiQZYR!__DRrYjSqpqa3dQoIGqokSvo6xx3u8ZzijnGsDX8v30

 

It plays all the live streams from the BBC Iplayer site with or without proxy or DNS.

 

The proxy is a free one so performance will be up and down.. but those on unotelly and other services should have no issues,

 

You can always edit the BEST part of the livestreamer command in notepad and play the lower speed streams

 

 


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  Reply # 1491110 12-Feb-2016 13:02
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Thanks for posting this. My UK VPN was blacklisted on iplayer (both web and mobile app), and it is very interesting to find out that the direct links to the streams still work fine via the same VPN.

 

This means there are actually two IP address blacklists, one used by the iplayer web frontend and another one (seemingly more lenient) used by the actual content servers.




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  Reply # 1491183 12-Feb-2016 15:10
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there is an alt server, see 2nd one

 

"hds://a.files.bbci.co.uk/media/live/manifesto/audio_video/simulcast/hds/uk/pc/ak/bbc_one_london.f4m" "hds://a.files.bbci.co.uk/media/live/manifesto/audio_video/simulcast/hds/uk/pc/llnw/bbc_one_london.f4m"


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