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RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - Braun - 08-24-2008 04:28 PM
(08-23-2008 06:19 PM)geerten Wrote: So far, I've copied the uitzenggemist2.0 directory to the PCH, added index.htm (modeled after the one used to fire up Extended Gaya). On the PCH I browsed to this index.htm, pressed enter, and was rewarded with the opening screen.
Switching to PHP5 should fix it.
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - geerten - 08-27-2008 12:13 PM
(08-24-2008 04:28 PM)Braun Wrote:I don't know which version of PHP is running on the PCH, but I guess it will not be easy to switch.(08-23-2008 06:19 PM)geerten Wrote: So far, I've copied the uitzenggemist2.0 directory to the PCH, added index.htm (modeled after the one used to fire up Extended Gaya). On the PCH I browsed to this index.htm, pressed enter, and was rewarded with the opening screen.
So this implies that running these scripts on the PCH itself is out of the question for now..??
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - babedieboe - 08-28-2008 08:47 PM
uitzendinggemist is f.e. already embedded in the "online spotlight" in windows media center (also in vista thus).
we only need to know this url (since its just a website) and then how can we get it in the popcorn.
How can i add an url for podcast or so into the pch? can i add url's?
if so, its gonna be easy i guess.......lets hope so: i must have uitzendinggemist on this machine :-)
(i was the programmer for the first real uitzendgemist-plugin for media center. it was succesfull until it
was embedded into the core of media center (online spotlight))
can someone advise in howto add an url so we can watch this?
AHA HERE IT IS!
the url for the completely nicely webdriven
uitzendinggemist, now used for windows media center, so i guess also
perfect &readyto add to a service on the popcorn!.....its just: HOW do i do that?
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - geerten - 08-28-2008 10:04 PM
(08-28-2008 08:47 PM)babedieboe Wrote: AHA HERE IT IS!
maybe not so nicely webdriven: on my PC it works with IE, but not with Firefox (the page shows, but the buttons don't work.) The PCH hangs with a black screen. I need to pull the power plug to reset it.
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - babedieboe - 08-29-2008 10:37 AM
not strange, since its made for windows media center = IE......
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - geerten - 09-28-2008 09:56 PM
I've managed to view some channels from uitzendinggemist through my PCH today.
Not the on-demand shows unfortunately, just the channels like HilversumBest, Journaal24, etc.
This is what I did:
- go to http://www.uitzendinggemist.nl/
- click on one of the channels (on the right, under "Meer kanalen")
- the channel starts playing in a new window
- right-click on the player and select properties
- in Location: you'll find an URL like this: http://www.omroep.nl/live/thema/nos_journaal24-bb.asx
- now go to http://zuudo.com/cgi-bin/media-extractor.cgi
- paste the link found above and click "Extract Links"
- in the section "Other Links" (all the way down) are some URL's like this: mms://livemedia.omroep.nl/nos_journaal24-bb
- usually there are two: one from livemedia, one from livemedia2. Only one of the two may work.
- now create an HTML doc where you incorporate this link. It should look something like this in the source:
- on the PCH, select the correct source, choose "other files" (blue button), select the doc and press enter.
- in the doc, select the link and press enter again
- enjoy the program
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - babedieboe - 09-29-2008 07:10 AM
but, of course, that is for one particular show, with manual work per show......
so , to automate, that leaves 2 problems:
-how to get (and update) all this stream-info? do they have a webservice for this maybe? full rss?
-make an interface out of this
b.t.w. if i am correct, the extraction of the headers can also be done with curl, and then change the mms to rtsp.
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - geerten - 09-29-2008 12:03 PM
I agree, you wouldn't want to do this manually for each show. And for the on-demand programs it doesn't work this way anyway.
But for the channels you have to do it only once, so it might be worth the effort. I did it for five or six of them.
I wish I had the know-how to build a fully automated solution, but I'm afraid I'll have to leave that to the "real geeks".
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - Escabar - 09-29-2008 12:23 PM
can you put the link :
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - geerten - 09-29-2008 02:01 PM
That might work. I'll give it a try tonight or tomorrow.
But the PCH allows for a limited number of user-defined services, and there are many, many channels (news or otherwise) out there on the web. So it would be better to put the links to all these channels into some HTML-file, and then create a webservice pointing to that file.
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - geerten - 09-29-2008 06:25 PM
Yes, it works as a webservice as well. Just put Journaal24 (or whatever you like) in the title field, and rtsp://livemedia2.omroep.nl/nos_journaal24-bb in the URL. Save, and you're ready to go.
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - Philos - 12-29-2008 10:52 AM
I found this link that works:
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - desaubin - 12-31-2008 06:31 PM
Nu alleen RTL Gemist nog
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - babedieboe - 12-31-2008 07:25 PM
hoezo? heb jij ug werkend dan?
die link van hierboven werken de streams niet van bij mij (of andere errors)......
RE: Dutch channel Uitzending gemist. - RedHat - 12-31-2008 07:41 PM
(12-31-2008 07:25 PM)babedieboe Wrote: hoezo? heb jij ug werkend dan?
http://www.jorisvdstraten.nl/uzg werkt prima.
Enige dat gefixt moet worden is dat ik maar een paar pagina's naar beneden kan scrollen, via pc zijn het er veel meer.