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Topic # 25397 20-Aug-2008 12:45
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Uh-oh.  WAF factor about to drop horribly, I suspect.

The TaeKwondo (TKD) is on TVNZ Four online streaming channel channel tomorrow in the Olympic coverage.  My wife is a TKD junkie.  Currently, we can only get tv1 on the media center at home, due to Telstraclear not negoiating freeview access prior to the Olympics.  (*no comment*  Ok, little comment: TCL, I would really like some HD/freeview love REAL soon, thanks...)

We can watch the streaming channels online, but like many people, we actually have work to do in the daytime, and it would be easier to watch the TKD later at a time to suit us.

Is there any way to record ASX streams off the TVNZ site?

for ref, I think they are (from another thread...)
http://images.tvnz.co.nz/tvnz_video/windows/one_sport/ws_oly_liveone_700k.asx
http://images.tvnz.co.nz/tvnz_video/windows/one_sport/ws_oly_livesportextra_700k.asx
http://images.tvnz.co.nz/tvnz_video/windows/one_sport/ws_oly_livetvnz3_700k.asx
http://images.tvnz.co.nz/tvnz_video/windows/one_sport/ws_oly_livetvnz4_700k.asx 
 

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  Reply # 158325 20-Aug-2008 12:56
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VLC (VideoLan) All the way bro!

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  Reply # 158326 20-Aug-2008 12:58
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Beat me to it!

Yip use VLC!

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  Reply # 158428 20-Aug-2008 17:54
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I do have a problem with the 700k streams with VLC 0.8.6i/Windows which was solved by using the 0.9.0 betas - they just wouldn't load.

But definitely - VLC is (nearly) always the way to go.




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