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Uber Geek


# 142625 18-Mar-2014 22:56
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Has anyone sniffed the stream urls of any of the new streamed WTV channels? so they can be accessed on other devices.





 


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  # 1008592 18-Mar-2014 23:42
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New streamed WTV channels?

From Waiatarua I see:

SCANNING: 666000000 (eu-bcast:45)
LOCK: t8qam64 (ss=100 snq=95 seq=100)
TSID: 0x0021
PROGRAM 1400: 5 Maori Televisio
PROGRAM 1401: 22 Parliament
PROGRAM 1402: 11 Trackside
PROGRAM 1403: 28 ChineseTV
PROGRAM 1404: 10 PRIME
PROGRAM 1405: 33 TV33
PROGRAM 1407: 12 ChoiceTV
PROGRAM 1414: 26 Firstlight
PROGRAM 1415: 14 Sommet Sports
PROGRAM 1419: 20 TVSN Shopping
PROGRAM 1420: 21 Yes Shop
PROGRAM 1450: 600 MHEG IC Test Ch (control)
PROGRAM 2000: 50 Radio NZ Nation
PROGRAM 2001: 51 Radio NZ Concer
PROGRAM 2002: 71 BaseFM
SCANNING: 658000000 (eu-bcast:44)
LOCK: none (ss=58 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 650000000 (eu-bcast:43)
LOCK: none (ss=58 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 642000000 (eu-bcast:42)
LOCK: none (ss=60 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 634000000 (eu-bcast:41)
LOCK: none (ss=62 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 626000000 (eu-bcast:40)
LOCK: none (ss=63 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 618000000 (eu-bcast:39)
LOCK: none (ss=67 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 610000000 (eu-bcast:38)
LOCK: none (ss=68 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 602000000 (eu-bcast:37)
LOCK: none (ss=76 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 594000000 (eu-bcast:36)
LOCK: none (ss=79 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 586000000 (eu-bcast:35)
LOCK: t8qam64 (ss=100 snq=79 seq=100)
TSID: 0xFFFF
PROGRAM 65534: 777 Test Service
SCANNING: 578000000 (eu-bcast:34)
LOCK: none (ss=64 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 570000000 (eu-bcast:33)
LOCK: t8qam64 (ss=100 snq=95 seq=100)
TSID: 0x001D
PROGRAM 1300: 3 TV3
PROGRAM 1301: 4 FOUR
PROGRAM 1302: 8 TV3 PLUS1
PROGRAM 1303: 9 C4
PROGRAM 1304: 18 The Shopping Ch
PROGRAM 1308: 16 Al Jazeera
PROGRAM 1309: 24 Te Reo
SCANNING: 562000000 (eu-bcast:32)
LOCK: none (ss=70 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 554000000 (eu-bcast:31)
LOCK: none (ss=100 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 546000000 (eu-bcast:30)
LOCK: none (ss=71 snq=0 seq=0)
SCANNING: 538000000 (eu-bcast:29)
LOCK: t8qam64 (ss=100 snq=95 seq=100)
TSID: 0x0019
PROGRAM 1200: 1 TV ONE
PROGRAM 1201: 2 TV2
PROGRAM 1206: 6 TV ONE plus 1
PROGRAM 1207: 7 TV2+1
PROGRAM 1261: 701 DishTV T1050 SS (control)


Only thing new is:

SCANNING: 586000000 (eu-bcast:35)
LOCK: t8qam64 (ss=100 snq=79 seq=100)
TSID: 0xFFFF
PROGRAM 65534: 777 Test Service


Which I've never seen before.

Grabbing a test capture of the only PID (65534) shows that it seems to have:

1x h264 (video) stream
1x AAC-LATM (audio) stream
1x MHEG5 (data) stream

The MHEG5 stream appears to be the usual Freeview EPG (data appears valid from a quick glance), as for the video/audio stream, it appears to be the bog standard striped test screen with a slider that beeps on L once when the slider is the left side, and twice on R when it hits the right side.

Where are you seeing the WTV test channels?



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Uber Geek


  # 1008608 19-Mar-2014 00:30
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I'm talking about worldnettv on channel 600

Never mind i've been to their poorly working website and found

rtmp://202.169.194.3:80/MBC/mbc.stream
rtmp://202.169.194.3:80/Arirang/arirang.stream

But thats not say that their streaming service to tv's are using the same stream sources.




 


 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek


  # 1008892 19-Mar-2014 12:07
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Does it need to be a Freeview DVB-T Receiver or is it also on the DVB-S ones?

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