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  1. Member
    Join Date: Jun 2014
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    Hello I've been trying to dl video at, http://en.musicplayon.com/play?v=443844 .I have tried using rtmpdump but haven't the foggiest how to use it. All help is much appreciated.
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  2. use ffmpeg
    Code:
    ffmpeg -i "http://149.255.37.195:80/streamer/_definst_/mp4:media2/429981/443844-Little_Dragon_2014_Full_Coachella_Set_Live_-360p.mp4/chunklist.m3u8" -c copy video.mkv
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  3. Hi ,

    @funkytrews : Process to get the video .

    Code:
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    From
    (first link) : http://en.musicplayon.com/play?v=443844
    
    With Firefox , installed 1 add-on
    _ HttpFox 0.8.14
    
    
    Open Firefox (p1) :
    ---
    <Ctrl Shift F2> to make "HttpFox" running
    Click on "start"
    ---
    
    Open Firefox (p2) :
    ---
    Paste (first link) , <enter>
    
    After the video has began , you can close it .
    ---
    
    Go to "Open Firefox (p1)" , click on "stop" .
    
    In column "Type" search	'application/vnd.apple.mpegurl' , click on that row .
    After right-click on it => Copy row .
    Open a text editor , paste .
    
    Select the link , see below :
    http://149.255.37.195/streamer/_definst_/mp4:media2/429981/443844-Little_Dragon_2014_Full_Coachella_Set_Live_-360p.mp4/chunklist.m3u8
    
    --- batch file
    @echo on
    ffmpeg -i "http://... .m3u8" -vcodec copy -acodec copy -f mpegts "443844_full.ts"
    pause
    :fin
    ---
    you can suppress -vcodec copy -acodec copy
    
    Also after .ts => .mp4
    @CristianoA : thanks .

    Regards .
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    Thank you to both of you. CristianoA, where do I paste the code to, in ffmpeg? aazerty I can't get HttpFox to start I have FF30 installed. Is it still compatible? Can I say guys like you two are why the web is such an important resource.
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    Ok trying my best to figure this out. I pulled up ffmpeg with cmd command, then pasted the code into ff-prompt cmd window. It started doing "something" lol, then, "Can't write packet with unknown timestamp av_interleaved_write_frame<>: Invalid argument.

    aazerty I got HttpFox started on video page, but could I ask for newb instructions from there. Sorry to be a pain.
    Last edited by funkytrews; 22nd Jun 2014 at 05:25.
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  6. Hi ,

    @funkytrews : What a job , trying to explain !!!

    !!! IMPORTANT : before each search , kill the History in Firefox's history !!!
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    HttpFox 0.8.14 is installed .
    _ Each time you'll need it , push 3 keys simultaneously : <Ctrl Shift F2>
    =====

    The general process is to open 2 firefox's pages :
    A)_ one for running HttpFox
    B)_ the other for the link of the site (ex: http://en.musicplayon.com/play?v=443844)
    ---
    A) Click on 'Start' ( => minorize the page )
    B) Enter the address ( <enter> ) , wait until the video is running . And stop it .

    A) Click on 'Stop'
    Read the previous process (#3) : "In column "Type" ..."

    ==========================

    > where do I paste the code

    ??? You need FFMPEG.exe ???

    1) Open a text editor to create a batch file (see the 4 lines below)
    (NOTE : replace "http://... .m3u8" by the link catched).

    @echo on
    ffmpeg -i "http://... .m3u8" -vcodec copy -acodec copy -f mpegts "443844_full.ts"
    pause
    :fin

    2) Save the file as '443844_full.bat' in the directory where is staying 'ffmpeg.exe' .
    3) Launch the batch , here it is running ; wait ...
    4) You'll get the file '443844_full.ts' in the directory where is staying 'ffmpeg.exe' .

    ==========================

    Regards .
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    Have been doing some music video shooting, how I can get rid of myself showing in the sunshade of the artist in front of me...

    I saw some video on YouTube but i don't know how to get those x light to create effect on the sun shade

    I saw ring light on ebay but i want something like x and continuous circle with different color on the artist sun shade moving...

    This are example of what i want
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9Dwt1OWuWg from 2:51

    Example 2
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj9yyWJsUM4&list=UUEAuUYBKJFDSBYvl5ZfoSEA
    Where can i get this light?

    Example 3
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HygcuEjavDs

    I have google it but I cannot find those X light
    Thanks
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    First of all thank you for your patience, I know it is difficult to explain. May be better if I explain what I don't understand.

    Open HttpFox and Start.
    Open video link in new window,
    Once video starts stop video,
    Press Stop in HttpFox,
    In top search bar of HttpFox (beside "Clear"?) type search 'application/vnd.apple.mpegurl

    (I think you may mean something to do with the "Type" header in HttpFox but when I click that nothing happens)

    This is as far as I understand though I have created the batch and put it in ffmpeg directory but when I run it I am getting a 404
    Please have one more try with me. I'm trying hard to comprehend an entirely new process.
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  9. Hi ,

    @funkytrews :

    > In top search bar of HttpFox (beside "Clear"?) type search 'application/vnd.apple.mpegurl

    No . I said :
    "In column "Type" search 'application/vnd.apple.mpegurl' , click on that row .
    After right-click on it => Copy row .
    Open a text editor , paste ."

    You have to look in THE COLUMN 'TYPE' ... the row with indication : 'application/vnd.apple.mpegurl' .

    Cheers .
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    Thank you so much for your help, sorry if I was fraustrating. I got it figured out. You sir are a ledgend
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