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  1. Member
    Join Date: Jan 2012
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    Hi all...

    The video behind the following link
    http://shahid.mbc.net/media/video/25857/59
    starts playing in medium quality ('Progressive Download') by default. It can also be watched in high quality on the website.

    StreamTransport detects the 'PD' version and downloads it successfully. But when I change quality to 'HD' in StreamTransport before hitting Play, it won't detect the video. If I change quality after playing the start of the clip in PD, the website's embedded player will say 'Media not available' and move on to another online stream.

    URL Snooper found a relative link but not the actual video file's URL
    http://assets.delvenetworks.com/player/fp10loader.swf?allowEmbed=true&allowSharePanel=tru e&pdBitrate=1200&allowHttpDownload=1&defaultQualit y=HD&mediaId=97077312a6ac4572892a4bfdba75b9a3&play erForm=64fc5d4a5f47400fac523fba125a8de8&channelId= e115f2a75e394834b0da83f383b0ac9d&deepLink=true&802 77050
    I've also tried a few Firefox add-ons but none of them detect any file at all.

    Can anyone help me get the video in HD? Thanks so much.
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    Thanks, will try that, but will it work with the http URL? I've not managed to find the direct link to the actual mp4 file.
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  3. Stream recording expert Bahman's Avatar
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    Originally Posted by amalia View Post
    but will it work with the http URL? I've not managed to find the direct link to the actual mp4 file.
    The site uses Delve Streaming server which is based on RTMPE!! Easily can be downloaded with rtmpdump/rtmpexplorer!!

    HD:
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmpe://mbc2.csl.delvenetworks.com:1935/a6344/d1/" -a "a6344/d1/" -f "WIN 11,1,102,55" -W "http://s.delvenetworks.com/deployments/player/player-3.37.5.12.swf" -p "http://shahid.mbc.net/media/video/25857/59" -y "mp4:media/2fda1d3fd7ab453cad983544e8ed70e4/97077312a6ac4572892a4bfdba75b9a3-098cac003c11481db1ae72e974a7244f/style_s2012_e59_vod.mp4" -o "style_s2012_e59_vod.flv"
    Code:
    RTMPDump v2.4 GIT-2011-12-22
    (c) 2010 Andrej Stepanchuk, Howard Chu, The Flvstreamer Team; license: GPL
    Connecting ...
    WARNING: HandShake: Type mismatch: client sent 6, server answered 9
    INFO: Connected...
    Starting download at: 0.000 kB
    INFO: Metadata:
    INFO:   duration              2698.52
    INFO:   moovPosition          40.00
    INFO:   width                 1024.00
    INFO:   height                576.00
    INFO:   videocodecid          avc1
    INFO:   audiocodecid          mp4a
    INFO:   avcprofile            100.00
    INFO:   avclevel              31.00
    INFO:   aacaot                2.00
    INFO:   videoframerate        25.00
    INFO:   audiosamplerate       48000.00
    INFO:   audiochannels         2.00
    INFO: tags:
    INFO:   ┬رtoo                 Lavf53.11.0
    INFO: trackinfo:
    INFO:   length                67461.00
    INFO:   timescale             25.00
    INFO:   language              und
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype            avc1
    INFO:   length                129528832.00
    INFO:   timescale             48000.00
    INFO:   language              und
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype            mp4a
    192.545 kB / 2.28 sec (0.0%)
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  4. Member
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    OK. Thanks for your advice but this has just scared the cr*p out of me. I downloaded the tool and figured out my command should look something like this:

    Code:
    "C:\rtmpdump\rtmpdump.exe" -r "rtmpe://mbc2.csl.delvenetworks.com:1935/a6344/d1/" -a "a6344/d1/" -f "WIN 11,1,102,55" -W "http://s.delvenetworks.com/deployments/player/player-3.37.5.12.swf" -p "http://shahid.mbc.net/media/video/25857/59" -y "mp4:media/2fda1d3fd7ab453cad983544e8ed70e4/97077312a6ac4572892a4bfdba75b9a3-098cac003c11481db1ae72e974a7244f/style_s2012_e59_vod.mp4"  -o "C:\rtmpdump\video.mp4"
    I executed this and my PC started beeping at me as if the house was on fire. Lots of cryptic character strings in the Command Prompt and it wouldn't stop, so I killed it via the File Manager, which said the prompt was "Not Responding" anyway.

    What am I doing wrong
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  5. Member bat999's Avatar
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    Originally Posted by amalia View Post
    What am I doing wrong
    The command doesn't look too bad.
    You have one too many spaces before -o.
    Also filename should be video.flv, not video.mp4.
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    Isn't there a GUI available for RTMPdump ... ie. RTMPexplorer? This sounds like a good argument for it.

    Actually I've downloaded both but haven't installed either yet. Not that I can't figure out language scripts but I just can't be bothered.
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    Originally Posted by bat999 View Post
    The command doesn't look too bad.
    You have one too many spaces before -o.
    Also filename should be video.flv, not video.mp4.
    That's worked now. Completely awesome - thanks so much everyone for your help.
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    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmpe://mbc2.csl.delvenetworks.com:1935/a6344/d1/" -a "a6344/d1/" -f "WIN 11,1,102,55" -W "http://s.delvenetworks.com/deployments/player/player-3.37.5.12.swf" -p "http://shahid.mbc.net/media/video/25857/59" -y "mp4:media/2fda1d3fd7ab453cad983544e8ed70e4/97077312a6ac4572892a4bfdba75b9a3-098cac003c11481db1ae72e974a7244f/style_s2012_e59_vod.mp4" -o "style_s2012_e59_vod.flv
    Can you tell me how you derived a part of the final link:

    mp4:media/2fda1d3fd7ab453cad983544e8ed70e4/97077312a6ac4572892a4bfdba75b9a3-098cac003c11481db1ae72e974a7244f/style_s2012_e59_vod.mp4

    I know that:

    2fda1d3fd7ab453cad983544e8ed70e4 = a constant, works for all links
    97077312a6ac4572892a4bfdba75b9a3 = media ID, easy found
    098cac003c11481db1ae72e974a7244f = this is the part I don't understand, where did you get this from?

    I am trying to download other videos from the same site, but I can't work without knowing where the last segment came from.

    Please help
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  9. Stream recording expert Bahman's Avatar
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    I didn't notice at these things!! just let rtmpexplorer does the trick!!
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    MY GOD! rtmpexplorer is brilliant! Did the whole thing for me! Thanks!
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  11. Guys Rtmpexplorer its not working with me !!
    I tried to get the file from shahid.mbc.net but when i put the url in the address bar and the page open then nothing happened
    i also noticed that the rtmpsrv.exe isn't detecting anything

    just this Streaming on rtmp://0.0.0.0:1935 nothing else !! Why?

    please help !!
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  12. Stream recording expert Bahman's Avatar
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    ^Use rtmpdumphelper with firefox!
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  13. Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    ^Use rtmpdumphelper with firefox!
    thx .. idid that but it keeps telling me field to attach to web browser
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  14. ok now the video is working on rtmpexplorer but the cmd detect nothing !! why?
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  15. there is problelme with shahid.net
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