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  1. looks like they're using dynamically created links to the FLVs (the "filename" is different every time), and also encrypted RTMPE URLs. even Jaksta can't catch the link to download it (although it somehow knows it's RTMPE , AND it catches the filename, though even THAT might be a ruse...
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    Originally Posted by ridley View Post
    ..., rtmpdump etc) but I have had no luck in downloading this video from the awesome Dutch website 3VOOR12, specifically the INTERPOL concert from Amsterdam 2010:

    http://3voor12.vpro.nl/tv/#/41129552/44266170/11

    Any help would be very very much appreciated.
    Hi
    rtmpdump v2.3 will download the INTERPOL concert.
    This command will do it:-
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r rtmpe://fmss.vpro.nl/media -p http://3voor12.vpro.nl/tv/#/44266170 -W http://3voor12.vpro.nl/flash/vodmediaplayer-25052009.swf -V -y mp4:44266170.mp4 -o video.mp4
    I got the information from here:- http://stream-recorder.com/forum/3voor12-vpro-nl-downloading-rtmpe-stream-3voor12-t5737.html
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  3. Originally Posted by bat999 View Post
    Originally Posted by ridley View Post
    ..., rtmpdump etc) but I have had no luck in downloading this video from the awesome Dutch website 3VOOR12, specifically the INTERPOL concert from Amsterdam 2010:

    http://3voor12.vpro.nl/tv/#/41129552/44266170/11

    Any help would be very very much appreciated.
    Hi
    rtmpdump v2.3 will download the INTERPOL concert.
    This command will do it:-
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r rtmpe://fmss.vpro.nl/media -p http://3voor12.vpro.nl/tv/#/44266170 -W http://3voor12.vpro.nl/flash/vodmediaplayer-25052009.swf -V -y mp4:44266170.mp4 -o video.mp4
    I got the information from here:- http://stream-recorder.com/forum/3voor12-vpro-nl-downloading-rtmpe-stream-3voor12-t5737.html

    Thank you so much for looking into that for me - I didn't have any luck though, rtmpdump v2.3 fired up with that command and downloaded about 600B for 4sec and then gave me an "ERROR: RTMP_ReadPacket, failed to read RTMP packet body. len: 74583"

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    [QUOTE=ridley;2055419]
    Originally Posted by bat999 View Post
    I didn't have any luck though, rtmpdump v2.3 fired up with that command and downloaded about 600B for 4sec and then gave me an "ERROR: RTMP_ReadPacket, failed to read RTMP packet body. len: 74583"
    Try again maybe.

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    Complete name                    : video.mp4
    Format                           : Flash Video
    File size                        : 723 MiB
    Duration                         : 1h 24mn
    Overall bit rate                 : 1 194 Kbps
    
    Video
    Format                           : AVC
    Format/Info                      : Advanced Video Codec
    Format profile                   : Main@L3.1
    Format settings, CABAC           : Yes
    Format settings, ReFrames        : 2 frames
    Format settings, GOP             : M=2, N=16
    Codec ID                         : 7
    Duration                         : 1h 24mn
    Bit rate mode                    : Variable
    Maximum bit rate                 : 14.0 Mbps
    Width                            : 480 pixels
    Height                           : 270 pixels
    Display aspect ratio             : 16:9
    Frame rate mode                  : Constant
    Frame rate                       : 25.000 fps
    Standard                         : PAL
    Color space                      : YUV
    Chroma subsampling               : 4:2:0
    Bit depth                        : 8 bits
    Scan type                        : Progressive
    Color primaries                  : BT.601-6 525, BT.1358 525, BT.1700 NTSC, SMPTE 170M
    Transfer characteristics         : BT.601-6 525, BT.601-6 625, BT.1358 525, BT.1358 625, BT.1700 NTSC, SMPTE 170M
    Matrix coefficients              : BT.601-6 525, BT.1358 525, BT.1700 NTSC, SMPTE 170M
    
    Audio
    Format                           : AAC
    Format/Info                      : Advanced Audio Codec
    Format profile                   : LC
    Codec ID                         : 10
    Duration                         : 1h 24mn
    Channel(s)                       : 2 channels
    Channel positions                : Front: L R
    Sampling rate                    : 48.0 KHz
    Compression mode                 : Lossy
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  5. i agree, give it another shot. having had an unreliable internet signal myself, i know that if the stream is interrupted for a certain period of time past the buffer, it can ruin a streaming download.

    kind of something they should've addressed when they built teh internetz...
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  6. Thanks for that guys but I've tried it a hundred times now and it still doesn't work. I'm using a university's highspeed broadband connection so I don't think the signal is the problem, so I give up!!!

    If any kind soul could rip it and megupload it for me I would be forever grateful!
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  7. I had no problems using the command line that bat999 gave.
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    to op, this was too easy..

    1. just d/l rtmpdump-2.3 700kb
    2. extract the files into a folder of your creation
    ... for this excercise, you only need the rtmpdump.exe file and a param string, (the one from bat999, above)
    3. open a dos box window (ie, \start\run\cmd.exe) and type in the following, and just let it d/l the file. watch the dos screen as it shows you the percentage of completion.

    -r rtmpe://fmss.vpro.nl/media -p http://3voor12.vpro.nl/tv/#/44266170 -W http://3voor12.vpro.nl/flash/vodmediaplayer-25052009.swf -V -y mp4:44266170.mp4 -o "g:\video.mp4"

    if the line is too long to type in, you can create a .bat file (via .txt first then rename to .bat) and entere following:
    rtmpdump.exe -r rtmpe://fmss.vpro.nl/media -p http://3voor12.vpro.nl/tv/#/44266170 -W http://3voor12.vpro.nl/flash/vodmediaplayer-25052009.swf -V -y mp4:44266170.mp4 -o "g:\video.mp4"
    i think real tricky part of obtaining the url's. i'm not sure how he obtain those.

    (be sure the file is in the same folder)

    i'm d/ling that clip now though over DSL, (1184 kbps (123KBps) is my speed) so its little slow on my end, i'm at 14% completion so far. but since the clip looked interesting (and good) when i watched it stream for a moment, i decided to go for it...

    thank you bat999, for another utility, now added to my gui tool suite of command line tools

    now at ( 17% ) completion..

    -vhelp 5477
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  9. Good to hear everyone else is having no problems, thanks again to bat999 for giving us the URL (that really is the hardest part).

    I have been doing this correctly (exactly as vhelp detailed) but my computer just doesn't want to get past 600kB for some reason.

    If anyone has been able to download this video could PLEASE megaupload it for me (I know it's 700mb+ so would be very thankful), I can point you in the direction of plenty more high quality videos from his awesome band

    Cheers and thanks again!
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  10. Originally Posted by ridley View Post
    I have been doing this correctly (exactly as vhelp detailed) but my computer just doesn't want to get past 600kB for some reason.
    Are you sure your university isn't blocking the transfer?
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  11. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Originally Posted by ridley View Post
    I have been doing this correctly (exactly as vhelp detailed) but my computer just doesn't want to get past 600kB for some reason.
    Are you sure your university isn't blocking the transfer?
    You could be onto something there, I'll try it again on my home laptop later...
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    hey, i didn't realize that i was d/ling a whole concert. i went about my business and thinking that i d/l a few minute clip i dragged the .mp4 file into kmplayer though not realizing i was watching the whole 1h24m concert while i was working on my computer anyway this band reminds me of another band that directv freeview aired some years ago, i think, the Psychedelic Furs or something like that. anyways, it was a good concert, good camera work and quality, no noise like our cheap consumer crap under such lighting conditions, thank you. i still prefer the dave matthews but all i see is poor quality youtube. oh yet, the size is actually 740mb, too much for my dsl upload which is aprox 40KBps.

    so, it seems that in order to get the urls to the clip(s) you have to use url snipper first, then bring each into rtmpdump and see what you get.. a bit trial and error i guess, but if all else fails like they sometimes do this technique seems doable. so i learned something new too, thanks everyone. good luck, ridley.

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    Hi
    RTMPDump works with moshcam.com too.

    For example:-

    The Pretenders
    Enmore Theatre, Sydney
    8th December 2010
    http://www.moshcam.com/the-pretenders/enmore-theatre-849.aspx#/1-boots-of-chinese-plas...hinese-plastic


    This is the command:-

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    rtmpdump -r "rtmpe://streaming.moshcam.com" -a "" -f "LNX 10,1,102,65" -W "http://www.moshcam.com/chooktv/Core/Flash/Container.swf" -p "http://www.moshcam.com/the-pretenders/enmore-theatre-849.aspx#/1-boots-of-chinese-plastic" -y "mp4:thepretenders_08122010_e_Moshcam_896k_480p.mp4" -o mp4_thepretenders_08122010_e_Moshcam_896k_480p.flv
    Chrissie Hynde's still hot.

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  14. Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help me rip this audio file:
    http://www.sonymusic.co.jp/play/?ir18&in_IR065-89SFL

    I normally use StreamTransport, and it has always worked so far until today.
    Hope someone here can help me out! Thanks in advance!

    Kevin

    P.S. I tried what was described in this thread, found two rtmpe streams... but could not download them as described.
    rtmpe://fms-smn-bc.stream.co.jp/smn-bc/_definst_&contents/1102/IR/IR065-89
    rtmpe://fms-smn-bc.stream.co.jp/smn-bc/_definst_&contents/1102/IR/IR065-89

    edit: I noticed the link might not be accessible directly. You may need to visit this website first:
    http://www.sony.jp/playyou/

    And click on this image:
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    Hi
    RTMPDump will download the file.
    (Ignore the errors:-ERROR: DECODING ERROR, IGNORING BYTES UNTIL NEXT KNOWN PATTERN!)

    This command worked for me:-
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmpe://fms-smn-bc.stream.co.jp:1935/smn-bc/_definst_?videoId=776494373001&lineUpId=&pubId=10176227001&playerId=10249907001&affiliateId=" -a "smn-bc/_definst_?videoId=776494373001&lineUpId=&pubId=10176227001&playerId=10249907001&affiliateId=" -f "LNX 10,1,102,65" -W "http://admin.brightcove.co.jp/viewer/jp1.25.00.00.2011-02-01104501/federatedVideoUI/BrightcovePlayer.swf" -p "http://www.sonymusic.co.jp/play/?ir18&in_IR065-89SFL" -y "contents/1102/IR/IR065-89?videoId=776494373001&lineUpId=&pubId=10176227001&playerId=10249907001&affiliateId=" -o IR065-89.flv
    You'll get an flv file IR065-89.flv containing the mp3 track.
    If you wish, you can extract the mp3 with ffmpeg like this:-
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    ffmpeg -i IR065-89.flv -acodec copy IR065-89.mp3
    Or use some other flv extractor software.
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    Maybe I'm too dump cause even following vhelp's instructions just to make sure I can download a simple/any flv, I couldn't!

    I installed URL Snooper and was also prompted to install another program WINCAP something and then I copied RTMPDump(also called FLVStreamer) to my C drive...following vhelp's instructions but still no go..what did I do wrong? OS is W7 X64, do I need to open any ports or allow any outbound traffics for this thing to work? (my default is set to block all out going traffics...).

    P/s for example http://3voor12.vpro.nl/tv/#/41129552/44266170/11..I'm getting download web page error and if there is any site that I can open with URL Snooper, there ISN'T any rtmpe entries at all?


    I'm desperate, please help.

    Thanks!!!
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    @tigerb
    Download rtmpdump-2.3-windows.zip from here:-http://rtmpdump.mplayerhq.hu/download/
    Unzip it to make a folder named rtmpdump-2.3 on your desktop.
    Then do \start\run\cmd to bring up the terminal (dos box window).
    Then
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    cd Desktop
    Then
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     cd rtmpdump-2.3
    Then
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    rtmpdump -h
    Do you get a response?
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    bat999, thanks for coming to my rescue! I followed your instructions carefully and this is what I got - see screen pix...is this correct and what should i do next?
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    Yup, that's correct tigerb.

    This time,
    Code:
    cd Desktop
    Then
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    cd rtmpdump-2.3
    Then paste in this link:-
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmp://88.221.87.61:1935/ondemand?_fcs_vhost=cp45413.edgefcs.net&undefined" -a "ondemand?_fcs_vhost=cp45413.edgefcs.net&undefined" -f "LNX 10,1,102,65" -W "http://www.bbc.co.uk/emp/10player.swf?revision=18269_21576" -p "http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pm/2010/01/upshares_downshares_ends.shtml" -C B:0 -y "public/flash/news/uk/407000/407133_16x9_NewsWebFlash512" -o 407133_16x9_NewsWebFlash512.flv
    See what happens.
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    bat999, I think I'm getting somewhere, lol....at least I see some downloading...ah found that 407133_16x9_NewsWebFlash512.flv file, it's in the same rtmp...folder on desktop....

    I guess RTMPDump is working then, it's the Snooper that couldn't find any rtmp links for me to download?
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    The file is in the rtmpdump-2.3 folder on your Desktop.
    But it hasn't downloaded properly.
    It got interrupted.
    Delete it and try again.
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    OK, finally got it, you are excellent bat999!

    Now that RTMP is working, help me with the Snooper or how to find the "rtmpe" links.....
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    Originally Posted by tigerb View Post
    ...or how to find the "rtmpe" links.....
    OK
    I'm glad that you're in business.

    If you put the rtmpdump.exe on your C drive you don't need to keep using cd Desktop etc.
    But rtmpdump.exe needs to be put 'in the path'.
    Probably in the system32 folder. In the same place as other exe files such as notepad.exe.
    Then you could paste in the command straight after start\run\cmd.
    But it's up to you. Keep it on the Desktop if you like.


    It's a black art to find the links.
    I use a program called rtmpsrv. It's in the rtmpdump-2.3 folder.
    But I'm using Linux. It's not so difficult.
    With Windows it's a different method. I've never tried it.
    If you want to be the guinea-pig the instructions are here at post #6:- http://stream-recorder.com/forum/correctly-use-rtmpdump-rtmpsrv-t6906.html

    Good luck with that.
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    Many thanks bat999, you are of great help.

    I will read up on the link you provided, and maybe it's time to learn Linux!
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  25. Originally Posted by bat999 View Post
    Hi
    RTMPDump will download the file.
    (Ignore the errors:-ERROR: DECODING ERROR, IGNORING BYTES UNTIL NEXT KNOWN PATTERN!)

    This command worked for me:-
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmpe://fms-smn-bc.stream.co.jp:1935/smn-bc/_definst_?videoId=776494373001&lineUpId=&pubId=10176227001&playerId=10249907001&affiliateId=" -a "smn-bc/_definst_?videoId=776494373001&lineUpId=&pubId=10176227001&playerId=10249907001&affiliateId=" -f "LNX 10,1,102,65" -W "http://admin.brightcove.co.jp/viewer/jp1.25.00.00.2011-02-01104501/federatedVideoUI/BrightcovePlayer.swf" -p "http://www.sonymusic.co.jp/play/?ir18&in_IR065-89SFL" -y "contents/1102/IR/IR065-89?videoId=776494373001&lineUpId=&pubId=10176227001&playerId=10249907001&affiliateId=" -o IR065-89.flv
    You'll get an flv file IR065-89.flv
    Hi bat999, thanks a lot! This worked for me.

    I've shortened the code to:

    Code:
    "rtmpdump.exe" -r "rtmpe://fms-smn-bc.stream.co.jp:1935/smn-bc/_definst_?videoId=776494373001&lineUpId=&pubId=10176227001&playerId=10249907001&affiliateId=" -W "http://admin.brightcove.co.jp/viewer/jp1.25.00.00.2011-02-01104501/federatedVideoUI/BrightcovePlayer.swf" -y "contents/1102/IR/IR065-89?videoId=776494373001&lineUpId=&pubId=10176227001&playerId=10249907001&affiliateId=" -o "IR065-89.flv"
    It now only contains:

    rtmpdump −r url
    [−w swfHash]
    [−y playpath]
    [−o output]

    The only one I can't find myself is -r. Could you please explain how you found that, or if there is way I can get this address on Windows XP?
    Couldn't get this adress via URL Snooper (as described in the opening post that is).

    Thanks in advance!

    p.s. I don't have much experience with this, this is as much as I could do I'm afraid.
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    Originally Posted by ukoziak View Post
    . Could you please explain how you found that,
    I used this method with Linux:-http://stream-recorder.com/forum/use-rtmpdump-rtmpsrv-linux-t7661.html

    Originally Posted by ukoziak View Post
    or if there is way I can get this address on Windows XP?
    I don't know how to do this.
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    bat999, I sent you a PM, please check your Inbox.

    I'm gonna use my the other PC for Linux just for the sake of getting rtmp/e....which Linux distro would you recommend for someone who can only follows simple instructions but very keen and willing to learn.

    Thanks.
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  28. Here's a guide on using rtmpsrv with Windows:

    http://stream-recorder.com/forum/correctly-use-rtmpdump-rtmpsrv-t6906.html

    Worked for me!
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  29. Originally Posted by ukoziak View Post
    Here's a guide on using rtmpsrv with Windows:

    http://stream-recorder.com/forum/correctly-use-rtmpdump-rtmpsrv-t6906.html

    Worked for me!
    yes, i noticed that posting earlier today, but what if you don't know the HOST address? you can't really edit the HOSTS file without knowing the address to insert. especially when they like to use external URLs for the actual file...
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  30. @darkflux: Can't you just use URL Snooper for that?
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