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    Is there any place where one can learn how to use all those parameters in RTMPD? e.g. -w -r -o....swf signature/by pass security etc?

    With my limited knowledge, I can guess -r is to record, -o is output file. OK, let's say I need to record a "live stream" with no ending time and wanna bypass all swf verifications/security, what/which parameters should I use? or what's the best parameters to use just to get the video, don't care about sounds.


    Thanks.

    P/s this is is from bat999, can someone explain to me what those -a -f -w -p -c -y mean?

    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
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  2. Originally Posted by ridley View Post
    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
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    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...

    It worked!! Thanks again everyone for your help with this, too kind.

    Originally Posted by bat999 View Post
    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:-

    Code:
    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
    Hey bat999, any chance you could please use your expert 'snooping' skills to find a command for the Ed Kowalczyk concert up on moshcam?
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    Originally Posted by tigerb View Post
    can someone explain to me what those -a -f -w -p -c -y mean?

    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
    Hi tigerb
    Those parts of the command -a -f -w -p -c -y are the information that RTMPDump needs so that it can find the correct video and connect to it.

    Remember when you used command rtmpdump -h ?
    Well, that brings up a help screen which lists all those letters and their meanings.

    I'm not sure how to use RTMPDump to record live streams, so far I've only used it to download pre-recorded material.
    Maybe someone else can advise about that.


    I'm getting most of my limited knowledge from the stream-recorder forum, there's a thread for RTMPDump.
    Maybe it would be worth registering there if you have tough questions.
    Here it is:- http://stream-recorder.com/forum/
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    Thanks again bat999.

    I managed to record a perfect "live webcam stream" with rtmpdump -r "rtmp://xx.xxx.xxx.xxxxxx/webcamabc-bb13/_xxx_/streams/aaa1cb89-d884-4484-83f2-e58dfd22b884?92c26efe480ff4d64cc3963a3b3cc7af." -o "c:\temp\video.flv", however there is a little cheating involved.

    I couldn't get URL Snooper to do anything for me in my W7 X64, so I first use StreamTransport to download and I copied the rtmp from StreamTransport! I know if I'm doing it this way, then I might just as well just use StreamTransport, but I'm hopping someday I will find the most powerful rtmp/e snooper, then maybe I can use RTMPD to record those "Live" clips that even StreamTransport or the good old RMC couldn't record.

    Yes, I totally agreed that pre-recorded clips are easy as compared to "live" streams.....I now come to believe that getting the right rtmp/e is the key! (so far, non working for me)

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    Originally Posted by ridley View Post

    It worked!!... the Ed Kowalczyk concert
    Here you go ridley:-
    Code:
    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://moshcam.com/ed-kowalczyk/enmore-theatre-832.aspx#/1-intro" -y "mp4:ed_kowalczyk_31102010_e_Moshcam_896k_480p.mp4" -o mp4_ed_kowalczyk_31102010_e_Moshcam_896k_480p.flv
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  6. Originally Posted by bat999 View Post
    Originally Posted by ridley View Post

    It worked!!... the Ed Kowalczyk concert
    Here you go ridley:-
    Code:
    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://moshcam.com/ed-kowalczyk/enmore-theatre-832.aspx#/1-intro" -y "mp4:ed_kowalczyk_31102010_e_Moshcam_896k_480p.mp4" -o mp4_ed_kowalczyk_31102010_e_Moshcam_896k_480p.flv
    Wow, thank you - you're a champion, muchly appreciatory!
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  7. Originally Posted by ukoziak View Post
    @darkflux: Can't you just use URL Snooper for that?
    i've BEEN using it, but it doesn't always get an RTMPE address...
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    Originally Posted by darkflux View Post
    Originally Posted by ukoziak View Post
    @darkflux: Can't you just use URL Snooper for that?
    i've BEEN using it, but it doesn't always get an RTMPE address...
    You are lucky, at least you are "not always".......as for me, I could never get URLSnooper to fetch a single rtmp/e even after entering "rtmp" or "rtmpe" in the keywords field.....anyone using Windows 7 x64 has any success using URLSnooper?
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  9. Originally Posted by tigerb View Post
    Originally Posted by darkflux View Post
    Originally Posted by ukoziak View Post
    @darkflux: Can't you just use URL Snooper for that?
    i've BEEN using it, but it doesn't always get an RTMPE address...
    You are lucky, at least you are "not always".......as for me, I could never get URLSnooper to fetch a single rtmp/e even after entering "rtmp" or "rtmpe" in the keywords field.....anyone using Windows 7 x64 has any success using URLSnooper?
    hmm, maybe that's why...i'm running XP still. who'd have thought being behind in the technological world would be a plus!
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  10. 64 bit and 32 bit processes run in different spaces in Win64. Maybe if you use a 32 bit browser URLSnooper will see the URLs. Or find a 64 bit URLSnooper and use a 64 bit browser.
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    Hi
    I've just tested the method with Windows XP. It worked for me too.

    I used URLSnooper v.2.28.01 to find the rtmp link for a video on the NY Times website.
    rtmp://video2.nytimes.com:1935/nytimes/flash?videoId=787993827001&lineUpI
    Used the front part of that link to modify the host file to :-
    127.0.0.1 video2.nytimes.com
    Then ran command:- rtmpsrv > rtmpdump.txt and started the video.
    Waited till the information scrolled past.
    Then closed the terminal and re-set the host file.
    Then copied the rtmpdump command from the txt file and pasted it into the terminal.
    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
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    i wonder if part of the problem has to do with the isp and connection speed of one's modem.

    so i'm thinking that part of the problem with not finding the rtmp/e data is because some queries take longer to produce results. for instance, in one occation i waited 5 minutes and in another, 10 minutes. i wasn't purposely waiting that long, i just forgot about it and went on to do other things and then saw that the url snooper window was full of links. when i scrolled around i finally saw some rtmp/e's. so i guess it depends on one's isp and connection speed, too. i'm on DSL (1184 kbps) so that may be why it took a little bit longer than usual. bat999, is your connection fast ? ..that might help to explain your greater success in snooping out these rtmp/e 's..

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    Hi vhelp
    Yes, my internet speed is faster. It's 10Mbps. Maybe it makes a difference.

    So have you had success finding your links and downloading the files?
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    finally got the URLSnooper to work in Windows 7 x64!

    On a few web sites, the rtmp starts with Srtmp? what's that and can you still download this? or some sort of verification/authentication thing? (It says "client signature does not match!")

    P/s, how come URLSnooper is NOT getting the correct/exact rtmp as StreamTransport? e.g.

    URLSnooper is getting this rtmp, which I couldn't download using rtmpD
    5e202dac-0fd4-46e7-b448-79cc07c10f30." -o "c:\temp\video.flv"

    StreamTransport is getting this rtmp, which I could download using rtmpD
    5e202dac-0fd4-46e7-b448-79cc07c10f30?455491cbb29567928850f178c1c0dd9b." -o "c:\temp\video.flv"




    Thanks.
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  15. Hi
    i usually windows xp sp3, url snooper 2.29.01 and rtmpdump 2.3.
    i need kozoom web, rtmpe live streams or full replay media but can't recorded.
    ex.
    rtmpe url : rtmpe://live.kozoom.com/gallery/980

    referred page : http://www.kozoom.com/en/carom/video/980.html

    swf : http://openx.kozoom.com/images/27751824c66b914e7778dc243bcfb40e.swf or http://openx.kozoom.com/images/acac12c0f8417cc2325daf7e775e3946.swf or http://www.kozoom.com/swf/player-licensed.swf (via url snooper) i dont know

    i using rtmpdump code :
    C:\rtm>rtmpdump -r "rtmpe://live.kozoom.com/gallery/980 -W "http://openx.kozoom.
    com/images/acac12c0f8417cc2325daf7e775e3946.swf" -y "http://www.kozoom.com/en/ca
    rom/video/980.html" -o "c:\koz.flv"

    an error WARNING: Trying different position for server digest!
    INFO: Connected...
    WARNING: Received FLV packet before play()! Ignoring.

    what does it means ? which use rtmpdump parameters?

    Thnx
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    Hi treytrey

    This is the command to use:-
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmpe://live.kozoom.com/gallery/" -a "gallery/" -f "LNX 10,1,102,64" -W "http://www.kozoom.com/misc/KozoomLiveProvider.swf" -p "http://www.kozoom.com/en/carom/video/980.html" -y "980" -o 980.flv
    But the video stops after 57 seconds because it needs money.
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  17. thnx bat999
    yes video stops after 57 sec.
    what needed rtmpdump download for full video stream premium pass or etc ?
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  18. Hello!

    Can anybody help me to download video stream from this website:

    http://www.wdr.de/tv/rockpalast/extra/videos/2009/0822/rise_against.jsp

    I tried with what you guys said here but url snooper doesn't provide me with rtmpe links and rtmp links i got won't work with rtmpdump.. Perhaps I'm doing something wrong, I don't know but I would appreciate any help.

    I also tried almost every application from this site http://stream-recorder.com/forum/record-rtmp-flash-video-flv-stream-embedded-t2324.html but no luck as well.

    So I thought to ask for help here before giving up..

    Tnx!
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    Hello!

    Can anybody help me to download video stream from this website:

    http://www.wdr.de/tv/rockpalast/extra/videos/2009/0822/rise_against.jsp

    I tried with what you guys said here but url snooper doesn't provide me with rtmpe links and rtmp links i got won't work with rtmpdump.. Perhaps I'm doing something wrong, I don't know but I would appreciate any help.

    I also tried almost every application from this site http://stream-recorder.com/forum/record-rtmp-flash-video-flv-stream-embedded-t2324.html but no luck as well.

    So I thought to ask for help here before giving up..

    Tnx!
    This site is EASY, even RMC 3.01 can catches the video perfectly "area4_09_rise_against_EF2E3A94", but the trick with URLSnooper is you will need to paste your link to the manually Scan area and ask URLSnooper to open in Browser and you will get the rtmps...

    rtmp://gffstream.fcod.llnwd.net/a792/e2/tv/rockpalast/live/2009/area4_09_rise_against.flv&offset=&autoPlay=false&u seFLVPlayback=1&logoMovie=http://www.wdr.de/themen/global/flashplayer

    rtmp://gffstream.fcod.llnwd.net/a792/e2


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  20. RMC was actually the first thing I tried but nothing happened..

    I was able to get the same links as you did with url snooper but i couldn't download it via rtmpdump.. I am at work so it might be that we have some kind of restriction. I'll have to try it from home.

    Thank you very much for quick respond.

    Cheers!
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    ..........
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  22. Originally Posted by Buljko View Post
    I am at work so it might be that we have some kind of restriction.
    Exactly this.

    I am at home now and I got it going with RMC easily (just as tigerb said). It will do just fine.

    Thank you guys for the assistance.

    All the best!
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  23. Hi,

    I've tried rtmpdump, but for some reason I'm not able to download the video. I only get a few errors so I guess I'm using the wrong url input all the time... Anyway, here's the location of the video: http://tinyurl.com/5rb5zvj
    I hope this video is 'downloadable'! Thanks!
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    I can't find the links to download it.

    These two don't work for me:-
    -r "rtmpte://fmss.teleac.nl/media/&file=video/20060223_carnaval01.flv"
    -W "http://download.omroep.nl/teleacnot/shared/swf/mediaplayer/npo_4_6/player_npo_4_6.swf"
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  25. Yes, I was thinking of the first link. No idea, why it doesn't work, it looks like a decent link..
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  26. Originally Posted by bat999 View Post
    Originally Posted by ridley View Post

    It worked!!... the Ed Kowalczyk concert
    Here you go ridley:-
    Code:
    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://moshcam.com/ed-kowalczyk/enmore-theatre-832.aspx#/1-intro" -y "mp4:ed_kowalczyk_31102010_e_Moshcam_896k_480p.mp4" -o mp4_ed_kowalczyk_31102010_e_Moshcam_896k_480p.flv
    Hi Bat999 !

    Thanks a lot for your time and dedication to help us.
    Unfortunately I didn't manage to get the command line for a video feed from bloody 3voor12 website.
    Would you mind to help me and get the command line for the concert of The National over here ?
    Thanks again.
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    ...
    Would you mind to help me and get the command line for the concert of The National over here ?
    ...
    Hi Sam
    I don't know how to find the links for that webpage.

    But look at the URL for that 3voor12 page.
    It is _http://3voor12.vpro.nl/tv/#/41396395/44514276/0
    Look at those two numbers 41396395 and 44514276.

    Use them to figure out some links.
    Like this:-

    -r "rtmpe://fmss.vpro.nl/media"
    -W "http://3voor12.vpro.nl/flash/vodmediaplayer-25052009.swf"
    -p "http://3voor12.vpro.nl/tv/#/41396395"
    -y "mp4:44514276.mp4"
    -o The_National.flv

    Then build up the RTMPDump command like this:-
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmpe://fmss.vpro.nl/media" -W "http://3voor12.vpro.nl/flash/vodmediaplayer-25052009.swf" -p "http://3voor12.vpro.nl/tv/#/41396395" -y "mp4:44514276.mp4" -o The_National.flv
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  28. I'll give it a try.
    Thank you very much Bat999 !


    Originally Posted by bat999 View Post
    Originally Posted by tigerb View Post
    can someone explain to me what those -a -f -w -p -c -y mean?

    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
    Hi tigerb
    Those parts of the command -a -f -w -p -c -y are the information that RTMPDump needs so that it can find the correct video and connect to it.

    Remember when you used command rtmpdump -h ?
    Well, that brings up a help screen which lists all those letters and their meanings.

    I'm not sure how to use RTMPDump to record live streams, so far I've only used it to download pre-recorded material.
    Maybe someone else can advise about that.


    I'm getting most of my limited knowledge from the stream-recorder forum, there's a thread for RTMPDump.
    Maybe it would be worth registering there if you have tough questions.
    Here it is:- http://stream-recorder.com/forum/
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  29. I m still having issues with getting a download to start. Could someone deceiver this link from amazon.com:

    rtmpe://24.143.193.85:1935/ -a ondemand?_fcs_vhost=cp79203.edgefcs.net&ovpfv=2.1.4&auth=da.aWc_bgbObmcgafdSb5bfaDbObrbncvay-bnGUUj-FPa-RxLZGyo-l8pao8nbq7o2tRjeqcnWkcn7renWp3j9mTp5o8n3qapVtWjfq3 nTk8n6rdm3pfjel9p5o8n6q7pTtWj6rWm8&aifp=v001&slist=ans/107542/h264/ECHO/1/4-1/5-0/610/0//mp4:ans/107542/h264/ECHO/1/4-1/5-0/610/0/ed98d03b-bbe7-475c-9263-2c81d7e6d388-716.mp4

    I have tried this with putting a rtmpdump -r in front and a -o video.mp4 at the end, but I keep getting an error saying I need to define a player path....I don't understand. Please help?? as Stream Transport has stopped working for me. I am using GetFLV to get my URLs.
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  30. Hey guys.

    I am trying to use rtmpdump but I get this error:
    DEBUG: RTMP_ClientPacket, received: invoke 141 bytes
    DEBUG: (object begin)
    DEBUG: Property:
    DEBUG: Property:
    DEBUG: Property: NULL
    DEBUG: Property:
    DEBUG: (object begin)
    DEBUG: Property:
    DEBUG: Property: NetConnection.Connect.Rejected>
    DEBUG: Property: Connection failed.>
    DEBUG: Property: NOT_REGISTERED>
    DEBUG: (object end)
    DEBUG: (object end)
    DEBUG: HandleInvoke, server invoking <_error>
    ERROR: rtmp server sent error
    DEBUG2: RTMP_ReadPacket: fd=356
    DEBUG2: 0000: 03 00 00 00 00 00 12 14 00 00 00 00 ............
    DEBUG2: 0000: 02 00 05 63 6c 6f 73 65 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ...close........
    DEBUG2: 0010: 00 05 ..
    DEBUG: RTMP_ClientPacket, received: invoke 18 bytes
    DEBUG: (object begin)
    DEBUG: Property:
    DEBUG: Property:
    DEBUG: Property: NULL
    DEBUG: (object end)
    DEBUG: HandleInvoke, server invoking
    ERROR: rtmp server requested close
    DEBUG: Closing connection.
    Is there any way to pass this registration?
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