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#207849 16-Jan-2017 16:50
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Last year, there was a bat script (7PLAY-V4.bat) that used livestreamer and vlc to allow watching the Australian Open matches.  Is there a similar bat script this year?


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  #1704327 16-Jan-2017 18:36
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There are three channels of Aussie Open tennis on Sky.




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  #1704870 17-Jan-2017 19:15
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I'll post the official streams later tonight

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1704976 18-Jan-2017 01:43
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official Australian open streams from https://7tennis.com.au/

 


needs ozzie i.p vpn etc

 

Australian Open Streams

 

Rod Lever Arena

 

https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master.m3u8

 

https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master_200.m3u8

 

https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master_400.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master_600.m3u8

 

https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master_1000.m3u8

 

https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master_1500.m3u8

 

https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master_2000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master_3000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master_4000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master_5000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis1/red_master_6000.m3u8

 

backups just add a "b" example
https://streams.masx.io/1b/tennis1/red_master_1500.m3u8

 

alt speeds change end to

 

/red_master.m3u8
/red_master_200.m3u8

 

/red_master_400.m3u8

 


/red_master_600.m3u8

 

/red_master_1000.m3u8

 

/red_master_1500.m3u8

 

/red_master_2000.m3u8
/red_master_3000.m3u8
/red_master_4000.m3u8
/red_master_5000.m3u8

 

 

 

you can do the same with the rest

 

https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis2/red_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis3/red_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis4/red_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis5/red_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/1/tennis6/red_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/2/tennis7/green_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/2/tennis8/green_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/2/tennis9/green_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/2/tennis10/green_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/2/tennis11/green_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/2/tennis12/green_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/3/tennis13/blue_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/3/tennis14/blue_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/3/tennis15/blue_master_6000.m3u8
https://streams.masx.io/3/tennis16/blue_master_6000.m3u8

 


Lower quality resolutions and stream speeds can be accessed by changing the "6000" to 4000, 3000, 2000, 1500 etc,

 

 

 

 




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  #1704993 18-Jan-2017 07:52
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much appreciated.


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  #1705927 19-Jan-2017 17:11
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Hi, I am not well versed with those scripts. Is there a 'Streaming Aus Open for Dummies' version?

 

I have a smart TV and a Roku stick which I use to watch Netflix (and watched Sling TV before its subscription ended with the help of a smart DNS). What's the best way to utilise those tools and watch Aus Open matches? I am happy to pay for a channel for the Aus Open time period. Sky Fan pass is too expensive for me.

Many thanks.


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  #1705961 19-Jan-2017 18:55
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Use a VPN which give you an Australia i.p address and simply open the stream in a media player of your choice

 

 


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  #1705962 19-Jan-2017 18:57
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Also this seems to play without one

 

http://www.ausopen.com/en_AU/video/live.aotv.html

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1705963 19-Jan-2017 18:59
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You could compile the streams into a .m3u playlist as most smart tvs have iptv apps that take a .m3u playlist

 

 


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  #1706091 19-Jan-2017 20:48
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7 tennis app is working well on iPad and apple tv with DNS4ME

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  #1706144 20-Jan-2017 02:24
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Thanks very much guys. I signed up for DNS4ME for just $3.50 per month and then was able to watch Aussie Open on the official Plus7 streaming site (I cast it to TV through Roku). Very pleased! Thank you.

 

Does anyone know if Plus7 have an app in Roku?


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  #1707058 21-Jan-2017 18:42
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BlinkyBill: There are three channels of Aussie Open tennis on Sky.

 

 

 

Unfortunately they can't be accessed via a fanpass subscription, only whatever game happens to be on Sky sports 4.

 

No legitimate way to purchase this content online in NZ

 

 


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  #1707609 22-Jan-2017 19:58
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asjohnstone:

 

BlinkyBill: There are three channels of Aussie Open tennis on Sky.

 

 

 

Unfortunately they can't be accessed via a fanpass subscription, only whatever game happens to be on Sky sports 4.

 

No legitimate way to purchase this content online in NZ

 

 

 

 

 

 

Example #237 of Sky not being able to organise a piss up in a brewery.


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  #1707673 22-Jan-2017 21:15
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sultanoswing:

 

asjohnstone:

 

BlinkyBill: There are three channels of Aussie Open tennis on Sky.

 

 

 

Unfortunately they can't be accessed via a fanpass subscription, only whatever game happens to be on Sky sports 4.

 

No legitimate way to purchase this content online in NZ

 

 

 

 

 

 

Example #237 of Sky not being able to organise a piss up in a brewery.

 

 

You mean to buy rights then transmit them for free? The other night there were about 5 popups running. I guess you get what you pay for


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  #1707676 22-Jan-2017 21:22
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tdgeek:

 

sultanoswing:

 

Example #237 of Sky not being able to organise a piss up in a brewery.

 

 

You mean to buy rights then transmit them for free? The other night there were about 5 popups running. I guess you get what you pay for

 

 

 

 

No I mean buy the rights then transmit [the matches] online to paying customers who aren't regular Sky customers at a non-gouging price.


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  #1707679 22-Jan-2017 21:31
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sultanoswing:

 

tdgeek:

 

sultanoswing:

 

Example #237 of Sky not being able to organise a piss up in a brewery.

 

 

You mean to buy rights then transmit them for free? The other night there were about 5 popups running. I guess you get what you pay for

 

 

 

 

No I mean buy the rights then transmit [the matches] online to paying customers who aren't regular Sky customers at a non-gouging price.

 

 

$60 isn't gouging, thats a common price overseas for other like services. If you buy any service, you pay. If you want to buy a bit here and bit there you can't really expect to pay the same fee pro rata. Can't run a business like that. If you mean that you cannot access the popups, thats no doubt avoiding churn. There needs to be some form of incentive to pay full time than pay part time. At least they offer a non contract part time option. SS4 has the main matches, admittedly as we enter the second week, they are all big matches.

 

Zverev against Nadal was awesome, pity he got cramp in his quads. That match was anybody's. His brother beat Murray, wow. Deserved to as well, it wasn't luck or run of the green stuff.


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