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Topic # 25017 9-Aug-2008 16:07
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tvnz.co.nz Olympics Site "Streaming media" Not working in my safari... whats the problem (or my problem)


Hi, Im wanting to watch the streaming media channels on tvnz.co.nz
Im using latest safari and just upgraded flip4mac.

The screen just keeps reloading itself until it crashes and sometimes flip4mac produces a dialouge box to say "sorry cant do".


any ideas what the problem is or any alternative plugs I could use instead of flip4mac?



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  Reply # 155482 9-Aug-2008 19:56
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It's not just your problem. It appears to be an issue with Safari, although strangely it only emerged yesterday. The day before it streamed perfectly.

No idea what the problem is though. Firefox will work, but there are some problem with the screen layout.

Sorry that I can't help.

John H.



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  Reply # 155494 9-Aug-2008 20:44
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thanks.... u did help indeed.

I shall try firefox (even though I think its sluggish)



 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 155499 9-Aug-2008 21:12
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actually I've tried FF a couple of times and it crashes in a screamiing heap.

I can only get it going iin ie6.




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  Reply # 155502 9-Aug-2008 21:34
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Why not get a dedicated media player and stream from it - that's what I'm doing - 700kbps of TV ONE (mens gymnastics right now)

Just get the details of your required stream by looking into the source code.




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  Reply # 155507 9-Aug-2008 22:15
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its a pity, cos the tvnz site is good cos it have those 4 little screens for showing you what's one...




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  Reply # 155663 10-Aug-2008 19:17
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   Too bad the High Quality (700kbps) stream doesn't work.   Selecting that option still yields the Standard Quality (381 kbps) stream.

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  Reply # 155667 10-Aug-2008 19:23
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FierceGuppy: rscole86
rscole86, 
   Too bad the High Quality (700kbps) stream doesn't work.   Selecting that option still yields the Standard Quality (381 kbps) stream.

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Are you sure?

I'm reading 610kbps right now.

They did reduce it somewhat from yesterday when it was at times up to 2mbps (a huge difference in picture quality)




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  Reply # 155675 10-Aug-2008 19:40
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I am certain of it.   Man, that sucks.  I have TC's 25mbps plan, and I'm stuck on 381kbps for the Beijing Olympics.  So how the Hell are you getting 610kbps then?  Maybe it's a regional thing.  I'm in Chch.

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  Reply # 155676 10-Aug-2008 19:41
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Here's what Windows Media Player is reading on my connection:





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  Reply # 155684 10-Aug-2008 19:56
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Get a load of this...

sad definition

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  Reply # 155687 10-Aug-2008 20:00
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My stream still gets cut down to 381kbps even when using the same notation, ie, mms://live.tvnz.co.nz/tvnz1-live_700k
 grrrrr.

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  Reply # 155688 10-Aug-2008 20:01
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Try my direct MMS link (open up WMP and press CTRL+U), but otherwise I don't know why you can't get 700kbps...

EDIT: Looks like you answered that one. But the picture size is completely different... strange.




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  Reply # 155689 10-Aug-2008 20:14
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hmmmm...    Which version of Windows Media Player and operating system are you using?

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  Reply # 155690 10-Aug-2008 20:14
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Windows Media Player 11 / Windows XP SP3




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