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  1. Me too, I am completely lost. A step by step guide for complete idiots would be most appreciated. Please, please help!! (
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  2. Originally Posted by roycemints View Post
    Can someone explain this to me in the most basic way? I am a noob here, and I don't care if your reply will be long, I'm willing to learn this. I appreciate any help I can get.
    Originally Posted by blackhawk01 View Post
    Me too, I am completely lost. A step by step guide for complete idiots would be most appreciated. Please, please help!! (
    Which bits in particular do you not understand? The post I put up tried to be step by step but assumed you know about tools like Wireshark, rtmpdump, ffmpeg, etc.
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    Originally Posted by mikethetv View Post

    Looks like the BBC are making the coverage available by at least two methods, RTMP and HDS. All the catch-up I was interested in has so far fallen into the RTMP streams so the method I details (credit to Bahman for pointing me in the right direction) seems to have worked. The babmington you found does not seem to be distributed in this way. Not sure why some feeds are done this way and other not. Adobe HDS seems to be bit-rate variable so perhaps more active sports are being encoded this way.

    Suggest you try Bahmans php method on these as I don't have any other suggestions, sorry.
    Originally Posted by mikethetv View Post

    I failed to get RTMPexplorer or RTMPexplorerX to find the streams, though I did eventually manager to use then to catch an ITVplayer stream some months ago.

    I also tried various other media catching programs, URLSnooper and some others I can't remember the names of, again without success. GetFlv looked promising, displaying several RTMP URLs, but it sadly failed to download any.

    The method I detail above using Wireshark and rtmpdump command line does work (except on the Adobe HDS streams). The rtmpdump line is mostly fixed, just requiring the authstring and identifier from the XML page pointed to in the Wireshark capture.
    BBC's site uses Adobe HDS links as default! if it fails to load, it will redirect to rtmpe streams! That's because rtmpexplorer doesn't work! When you open that mediaselector, you will see 3 or 4 servers sometimes! one of them is Adobe HDS's server, and others, Level3, Akamai and Limelight which are rtmpe! Using Akamai's server is the best option because their auth string is valid more than others! Level3 CDN uses Handshake 10, in this case you need rtmpdump v2.5 which is rare nowadays!
    and another thing, Adobe HDS links have 4 bitrates! same as rtmpe-s!
    Originally Posted by karlinhosmg View Post
    I already did so but doesn't work. With the first saptecai's link i capture the hds stream
    You need to clear your cache and then try! And another things, why don't you use an easier software like Coojah! It's so simple!
    About that Adobe HDS links, you need to find Manifest URL! It's First URL of Adobe HDSs! You will see it if you track with Coojah! but I recommend to use akamai rtmpe, because with Adobe HDS, you will have problem of 4GB flv file!

    Good Luck Everyone!
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  4. It is working now. The search in option was the trick. Thanks mikethetv. Let me know if you find a way of saving over 4Gb straight from rmtpdump

    On a different matter is it possible that all dtreams are acctually offered as both rtmp and adobe HDS. I note that for each video there is a Default , an alternate player and a pop-up window and they all have different resolution.
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  5. Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    BBC's site uses Adobe HDS links as default! if it fails to load, it will redirect to rtmpe streams! That's because rtmpexplorer doesn't work! When you open that mediaselector, you will see 3 or 4 servers sometimes! one of them is Adobe HDS's server, and others, Level3, Akamai and Limelight which are rtmpe! Using Akamai's server is the best option because their auth string is valid more than others! Level3 CDN uses Handshake 10, in this case you need rtmpdump v2.5 which is rare nowadays!
    and another thing, Adobe HDS links have 4 bitrates! same as rtmpe-s!
    Thanks Bahman for explaining that. I too am very much a noob to all this, however a noob with a little bit of knowledge, which as the saying goes can be a very dangerous think

    Code:
    <media bitrate="2800" encoding="h264" expires="2013-01-12T23:59:59+00:00" height="720" kind="video" media_file_size="2147483647" service="pc_streaming_hd" type="video/mp4" width="1280">
    <connection application="iplayertok" authExpires="2012-08-06T17:01:57+00:00" authExpiresOffset="5788" authString="token=c3RhcnRfdGltZT0yMDEyMDgwNjEzMjUyOSZlbmRfdGltZT0yMDEyMDgwNjE3MjUyOSZkaWdlc3Q9NjVkMDJlYzk4NThkMTMzY2JkMTIzYzUwMWFkMWI0Zjg=" identifier="mp4:3200kbps/events/p00w3c81_1344173153226" priority="5" protocol="rtmp" server="iplayertokfs.fplive.net" supplier="level3"/>
    <connection application="ondemand" authExpires="2012-08-06T17:00:41+00:00" authExpiresOffset="5712" authString="auth=daEbbaJbFalb.b.aOcTcJaBdHatcmckdMbL-bqh.hP-bWG-CnqEBnxoHCpEnyH&aifp=v001&slist=secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153190.mp4;secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153203.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173155174.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w3c81_1344173153226.mp4" identifier="mp4:secure/3200kbps/events/p00w3c81_1344173153226.mp4" priority="10" protocol="rtmp" server="cp41752.edgefcs.net" supplier="akamai"/>
    <connection href="http://bbchdsodsecure-f.akamaihd.net/z/iplayerstream/secure_auth/,480kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153190,800kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153203,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173155174,3200kbps/events/p00w3c81_1344173153226,.mp4.csmil/manifest.f4m?hdnea=st=1344266729~exp=1344288329~acl=/*480kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153190,800kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153203,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173155174,3200kbps/events/p00w3c81_1344173153226*~hmac=4bd71510bc3d8d7fd17dc0fb766e2040b0f44e79649d56ad8aa2f814896fbdbc&hdcore" priority="95" protocol="http" supplier="akamai_hds_vod" transferFormat="hds"/>
    </media>
    I think I see the different streams you talk about in the mediaselector file. Correct me if I am wrong but from this snippet of the file below the three streams are identified by separate <connection> elements of the XML. The first I guess is the level 3 CDN, the second the Akamai and the third the Adobe HDS.

    So far I have gone for the Akamai stream as you suggest.

    Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    You need to clear your cache and then try! And another things, why don't you use an easier software like Coojah! It's so simple!
    About that Adobe HDS links, you need to find Manifest URL! It's First URL of Adobe HDSs! You will see it if you track with Coojah! but I recommend to use akamai rtmpe, because with Adobe HDS, you will have problem of 4GB flv file!

    Good Luck Everyone!
    I did try Coojah but without success on my Win 7 64bit machine, I will give it another try though. For me Wireshark is easy as I use it alot for network protocol analysis.

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  6. Originally Posted by saptecai View Post
    It is working now. The search in option was the trick. Thanks mikethetv. Let me know if you find a way of saving over 4Gb straight from rmtpdump
    4GB is a limitation of rtmpdump at the moment. It would require code changes and a rebuild to use a 64bit file offset, which is where I suspect the issue resides. I have not looked at the code so this is just speculation.

    Originally Posted by saptecai View Post
    On a different matter is it possible that all dtreams are acctually offered as both rtmp and adobe HDS. I note that for each video there is a Default , an alternate player and a pop-up window and they all have different resolution.
    See Bahmans reply about the different streams in the mediaselector file. I think the different players use different <media bitrate ...> sections from the mediaselector file, hence the different resolutions.
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    Originally Posted by mikethetv View Post

    Code:
    <media bitrate="2800" encoding="h264" expires="2013-01-12T23:59:59+00:00" height="720" kind="video" media_file_size="2147483647" service="pc_streaming_hd" type="video/mp4" width="1280">
    <connection application="iplayertok" authExpires="2012-08-06T17:01:57+00:00" authExpiresOffset="5788" authString="token=c3RhcnRfdGltZT0yMDEyMDgwNjEzMjUyOSZlbmRfdGltZT0yMDEyMDgwNjE3MjUyOSZkaWdlc3Q9NjVkMDJlYzk4NThkMTMzY2JkMTIzYzUwMWFkMWI0Zjg=" identifier="mp4:3200kbps/events/p00w3c81_1344173153226" priority="5" protocol="rtmp" server="iplayertokfs.fplive.net" supplier="level3"/>
    <connection application="ondemand" authExpires="2012-08-06T17:00:41+00:00" authExpiresOffset="5712" authString="auth=daEbbaJbFalb.b.aOcTcJaBdHatcmckdMbL-bqh.hP-bWG-CnqEBnxoHCpEnyH&aifp=v001&slist=secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153190.mp4;secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153203.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173155174.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w3c81_1344173153226.mp4" identifier="mp4:secure/3200kbps/events/p00w3c81_1344173153226.mp4" priority="10" protocol="rtmp" server="cp41752.edgefcs.net" supplier="akamai"/>
    <connection href="http://bbchdsodsecure-f.akamaihd.net/z/iplayerstream/secure_auth/,480kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153190,800kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153203,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173155174,3200kbps/events/p00w3c81_1344173153226,.mp4.csmil/manifest.f4m?hdnea=st=1344266729~exp=1344288329~acl=/*480kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153190,800kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173153203,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w3c81_1344173155174,3200kbps/events/p00w3c81_1344173153226*~hmac=4bd71510bc3d8d7fd17dc0fb766e2040b0f44e79649d56ad8aa2f814896fbdbc&hdcore" priority="95" protocol="http" supplier="akamai_hds_vod" transferFormat="hds"/>
    </media>
    I think I see the different streams you talk about in the mediaselector file. Correct me if I am wrong but from this snippet of the file below the three streams are identified by separate <connection> elements of the XML. The first I guess is the level 3 CDN, the second the Akamai and the third the Adobe HDS.

    So far I have gone for the Akamai stream as you suggest.
    You are completely right!
    Another thing that I noticed right now more in your snippet of the xml file, is that, As you see there are priority for streams! I have red highlighted them! That's why Adobe HTTP Dynamic Stream always is used as first!
    Another thing about Adobe HDS, the last that is exist in this xml file, is manifest link (blue highlighted)! you should use it in that PHP script!
    But I still prefer Akamai more!
    Originally Posted by mikethetv View Post
    I did try Coojah but without success on my Win 7 64bit machine, I will give it another try though. For me Wireshark is easy as I use it alot for network protocol analysis.

    Cheers
    and coojah has problem with some PC and softwares! You must be lucky to use it! only kidding!
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  8. Originally Posted by mikethetv View Post
    Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    tracking packets by Coojah!
    You don't need to track packets to find auth string! You should track packets to find this url:
    http://open.live.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/5/select/format/xml/version/2.0/vpid/p00w33t6.../?backend=pips

    When you find this, if you go to this url, there will be a lot of stream URL and Auth string! Use each one you wanT!
    Thanks Bahman that got me going. I did not quite understand initially where all the information came from. The Olympic streams seem to be done quite different to the standard iPlayer streams.

    Anyway for anyone elses benefit this is how I grabbed the stream data:

    • Find Wireshark to do packet sniffing. I did try Coojah! and the newer MediaBox from the same developer but could not get either to work under Win 7 64 bit. Whether that was Win 7 64bit to blame or my incompetance or other not sure.
    • Get the URL to the catch up stream you want, for example this is the mens team archery final from Saturday 28th:
    Code:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/olympics/2012/live-video/p00w2srx
    • Set Wireshark capturing on your internet connected interface. I set up the following capture filter to remove all local network traffic as I have a lot on our network, you may find that this is unnecessary (w.x.y.z is the network address of my computer, for example 192.168.1.0):
    Code:
    not ((src net w.x.y.z/24) and (dst net w.x.y.z/24)) and not broadcast
    • Start playing the stream in the web browser. Only needs a few seconds of play time.
    • Stop Wireshark, type Ctrl-F to search the packets, then type "open.live.bbc.co.uk" into the find field and select "String" for the search "Find By" option and "Packet bytes" for the "Search In" option. This should find a packet with this address, if you right click on this packet in the packet view and select "Follow TCP Stream" you get an easier view of the data, requests and responses.
    • In this view look for a "GET" request method as below, we are interested in the "mediaselector" part highlighted in red (this is only a small fraction of the data):
    Code:
    ...
    .<allow-access-from domain="extdev.bbc.co.uk" />
    .<allow-access-from domain="*.bbci.co.uk" />
    </cross-domain-policy>
    GET /mediaselector/5/select/format/xml/version/2.0/vpid/p00w33kj/mediaset/pc/atk/997c7ae8bc27c4743583cb6f0f7ca34fa538c79a/asn/1/?backend=pips HTTP/1.1
    Host: open.live.bbc.co.uk
    User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:14.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/14.0.1
    Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
    ...
    • Now in a browser goto the following address, the red highlighted part is from the step above:
    Code:
    http://open.live.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/5/select/format/xml/version/2.0/vpid/p00w33kj/mediaset/pc/atk/997c7ae8bc27c4743583cb6f0f7ca34fa538c79a/asn/1/?backend=pips
    • This will open an XML link similar to the following (this is only part of the output):
    Code:
    <media bitrate="480" encoding="h264" expires="2013-01-12T23:59:59+00:00" height="360" kind="video" media_file_size="1338829452" service="iplayer_streaming_h264_flv_lo" type="video/mp4" width="640"><connection application="ondemand" authExpires="2012-08-02T16:36:52+00:00" authExpiresOffset="6625" authString="auth=daEcxb9acacdpdRcCdpdwc.dwdcbUbgdrbf-bqgPld-bWG-EomDCnyqKEqGvzH&aifp=v001&slist=secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4;secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466.mp4" dpw="65" identifier="mp4:secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4" priority="5" protocol="rtmp" server="cp41752.edgefcs.net" supplier="akamai"/><connection application="a1414/e3" authExpires="2012-08-02T16:26:31+00:00" authExpiresOffset="6004" authString="as=adobe-hmac-sha256&av=1&te=connect&mp=iplayerstream/secure_auth/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4,iplayerstream/secure_auth/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4,iplayerstream/secure_auth/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4&et=1343925987&fmta-token=3e21e0ba68daa27914cd41c0e96a54df6c92a4e5f35873ee1380b3d2379bd976" identifier="mp4:iplayerstream/secure_auth/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4" priority="10" protocol="rtmp" server="bbcmedia.fcod.llnwd.net" supplier="limelight"/><connection href="http://bbchdsodsecure-f.akamaihd.net/z/iplayerstream/secure_auth/,480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698,800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732,3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466,.mp4.csmil/manifest.f4m?hdnea=st=1343918787~exp=1343940387~acl=/*480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698,800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732,3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466*~hmac=89710f1ebd46c172f4d43265b6c16ee571160a2560874477c304c36cff95ba1d&hdcore" priority="95" protocol="http" supplier="akamai_hds_vod" transferFormat="hds"/></media>
    <media bitrate="796" encoding="h264" expires="2013-01-12T23:59:59+00:00" height="360" kind="video" media_file_size="2102220057" service="iplayer_streaming_h264_flv" type="video/mp4" width="640"><connection authExpires="2012-08-02T16:36:52+00:00" authExpiresOffset="6625" authString="auth=daEcxb9acacdpdRcCdpdwc.dwdcbUbgdrbf-bqgPld-bWG-EomDCnyqKEqGvzH&aifp=v001&slist=secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4;secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466.mp4" dpw="65" identifier="mp4:secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4" priority="5" protocol="rtmp" server="cp41752.edgefcs.net" supplier="akamai"/><connection application="a1414/e3" authExpires="2012-08-02T16:26:31+00:00" authExpiresOffset="6004" authString="as=adobe-hmac-sha256&av=1&te=connect&mp=iplayerstream/secure_auth/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4,iplayerstream/secure_auth/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4,iplayerstream/secure_auth/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4&et=1343925987&fmta-token=3e21e0ba68daa27914cd41c0e96a54df6c92a4e5f35873ee1380b3d2379bd976" identifier="mp4:iplayerstream/secure_auth/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4" priority="10" protocol="rtmp" server="bbcmedia.fcod.llnwd.net" supplier="limelight"/><connection href="http://bbchdsodsecure-f.akamaihd.net/z/iplayerstream/secure_auth/,480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698,800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732,3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466,.mp4.csmil/manifest.f4m?hdnea=st=1343918787~exp=1343940387~acl=/*480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698,800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732,3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466*~hmac=89710f1ebd46c172f4d43265b6c16ee571160a2560874477c304c36cff95ba1d&hdcore" priority="95" protocol="http" supplier="akamai_hds_vod" transferFormat="hds"/></media>
    • Next pick the bitrate of the stream you want, for example above I want the 796 rate (highlighted in green). Each rate is a separate <media></media> XML element.
    • The next bit is probably most easily acheived in a text editor to create a batch or script file. You need to look in the <media></media> element for the bitrate you want and extract the XML attribute named "authString" and "identifier", highlighted blue and purple. These need to be pasted into the rtmpdump command below in the similarly highlighted sections (change the output filename appropriately):
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmp://cp41752.edgefcs.net:1935/ondemand" -a "ondemand?auth=daEcxb9acacdpdRcCdpdwc.dwdcbUbgdrbf-bqgPld-bWG-EomDCnyqKEqGvzH&aifp=v001&slist=secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4;secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466.mp4" -W "http://www.bbc.co.uk/emp/releases/iplayer/revisions/617463_618125_4/617463_618125_4_emp.swf" -C O:1 -C O:0 -y "mp4:secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4" -o "Archery.mp4"
    This has worked well for me and now I am quite adept at finding the strings to construct the rtmpdump command with. I have had a few failures where the running rtmpdump has aborted part way through. It suggests you could try resuming but this never seemed to work. I think you can specify start and stop times to rtmpdump so yu could try that to resume from where you left of, or ther abouts.

    Good luck.
    Oh my god, thank you so so so much, this is working! Very well explained to someone who is new to this, I managed to get it working Thanks again!

    I understand most of it, but where did this bit come from: "rtmp://cp41752.edgefcs.net:1935/ondemand", wouldn't have been able to use rtmpdump without you providing me that information (or the rest of the rtmpdump command) as I only had to find authstring and identifier.
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    Mike, Well done for this instruction then!
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  10. Originally Posted by testacc22 View Post
    Oh my god, thank you so so so much, this is working! Very well explained to someone who is new to this, I managed to get it working Thanks again!
    Shared credit to Bahman for initially pointing me at the solution.

    Originally Posted by testacc22 View Post
    I understand most of it, but where did this bit come from: "rtmp://cp41752.edgefcs.net:1935/ondemand", wouldn't have been able to use rtmpdump without you providing me that information (or the rest of the rtmpdump command) as I only had to find authstring and identifier.
    The cp41752.edgefcs.net comes from the server attribute in the <connection ...> element of the XML mediaselector page. The 1935 is the rtmp port number and ondemand just the base URL path to the streams. The rtmp is simply the protocol, again from the <connection ...> element in the protocol attribute. There are a few other command line arguments, -W and -C which I don't entirely know why they are there but are needed.
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  11. Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    Mike, Well done for this instruction then!
    As I said before, thanks to you for orignally pointing me in the right direction. All I need to do now is find the time to watch the 50GB of HD streams I have downloaded

    Tried again with Coojah, it seems to fail when attempting to modify the registry, which is locked down a little tighter under Win 7. It then crashes, but that could be because it failed the registry update. Then again I did get it to run once to the stage of changing its settings, then crashed again.

    Might give it a go under my XP machine. Would quite like to find out what it is doing to the registry first.
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    Originally Posted by mikethetv View Post
    The cp41752.edgefcs.net comes from the server attribute in the <connection ...> element of the XML mediaselector page. The 1935 is the rtmp port number and ondemand just the base URL path to the streams. The rtmp is simply the protocol, again from the <connection ...> element in the protocol attribute. There are a few other command line arguments, -W and -C which I don't entirely know why they are there but are needed.
    I think, it's good that say:
    Ondemand is application path! that's because we use -a option.
    -W option is the most important thing in this stream! both servers(Akamai & Level 3) check the hash and size of SWF file! if you don't input this option, you cant download more than a min! server rejects you!
    The mostly things that made me interested was this stream! I would want to dl that but after 70secs, server rejected me! I understood that the problem is swf file which is not imported in command! Then imported the swf file of that page, but server even didn't let me to dl! After many search, I understood that the right swf file for this stream can be found here!
    that -C option is not needed, you can remove it! -y option is play path!
    Originally Posted by mikethetv View Post
    As I said before, thanks to you for orignally pointing me in the right direction. All I need to do now is find the time to watch the 50GB of HD streams I have downloaded

    Tried again with Coojah, it seems to fail when attempting to modify the registry, which is locked down a little tighter under Win 7. It then crashes, but that could be because it failed the registry update. Then again I did get it to run once to the stage of changing its settings, then crashed again.

    Might give it a go under my XP machine. Would quite like to find out what it is doing to the registry first.
    Anyway, you rock boy!
    You are lucky, I could only dl Ceremony, because my internet speed is low and is too hard to download 50GB!
    Yeah, Coojah works OK with XP but sometimes may Firefox will be crashed btw!
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  13. clearing cache seems to work, but when i past the code into cmd

    http://open.live.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/5/select/format/xml/version/2.0/vpid/p00w33gt.../?backend=pips

    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmp://cp41752.edgefcs.net:1935/ondemand" -a "ondemand?auth=daEaNcma7acbdbzdZaXdAasc6cXcgd3dicW-bqiwqf-bWG-KpnDJnyoICsHowL&aifp=v001&slist=secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33gt_1343471202372.mp4;secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33gt_1343471202410.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33gt_1343471202439.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33gt_1343471202458.mp4" -W "http://www.bbc.co.uk/emp/releases/iplayer/revisions/617463_618125_4/617463_618125_4_emp.swf" -C O:1 -C O:0 -y "mp4:secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33gt_1343471202458.mp4" -o "Foil.flv"
    Connecting...
    INFO: Connected...
    ERROR: rtmp server sent error
    ERROR: rtmp server requested close

    Thanks
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    There is only 2 reason, your auth string is not valid anymore or you are connecting to the server from outside of UK!
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  15. I'm behind a uk proxy (im from spain)
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    VPN or proxy? if you are using proxy, you need to input -S option in rtmpdump command with "Address: port" at the end! sth like this: -S "127.0.0.1:1080"

    Should be Socks proxy 4/5!
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  17. Now I just have one last question (slightly related). Once i've downloaded my stream (highest definition) i'm left with a 4GB file that is about 2h40mins long. This is absolutely fine but as you know on catch up you can "jump to" certain parts. Is it possible to split the .mp4 in half for example? Without losing quality? I've had no luck with VirtualDub or any of it's plugins. And I've heard Machete Pro is not lossless (haven't even checked if it does .mp4). Do you guys have any idea?

    EDIT: Machete can read the .mp4's perfectly fine. Can someone confirm if it's lossless? I've had mixed reports!
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    Do it with ffmpeg!
    The video output of rtmpdump is flv and not mp4! You can make that flv file as a mp4 file without loosing quality via ffmpeg with simple command like this:
    ffmpeg -i "input.flv" -c:v copy -c:a copy "output.mp4"
    also you can split file with ffmpeg! just read manual!
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  19. Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    Use rtmpdump!
    Semi-finals and final of the Women's Individual Foil
    Track the packets you will find:
    http://open.live.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/5/select/format/xml/version/2.0/vpid/p00w33t6.../?backend=pips
    then find 2800 bitrate and try to write rtmpdump script:
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmp://cp41752.edgefcs.net:1935/ondemand" -a "ondemand?auth=daEbkcPd1aMb6dCdwbKdBcWdCbNambcbxc4-bqfv49-bWG-BpmGDnEoNEvHpxI&aifp=v001&slist=secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33t6_1343504659864.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33t6_1343504659881.mp4;secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33t6_1343504659851.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33t6_1343504659897.mp4" -W "http://www.bbc.co.uk/emp/releases/iplayer/revisions/617463_618125_4/617463_618125_4_emp.swf" -C O:1 -C O:0 -y "mp4:secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33t6_1343504659897.mp4" -o "Semi-finals and final of the Women's Individual Foil.flv"
    Code:
    RTMPDump v2.4 GIT-2012-07-26 (Compiled by KSV)
    (c) 2010 Andrej Stepanchuk, Howard Chu, The Flvstreamer Team; license: GPL
    Connecting ...
    INFO: Connected...
    Starting download at: 0.000 kB
    INFO: Metadata:
    INFO:   duration                10037.76
    INFO:   moovPosition            36.00
    INFO:   width                   1280.00
    INFO:   height                  720.00
    INFO:   videocodecid            avc1
    INFO:   audiocodecid            mp4a
    INFO:   avcprofile              77.00
    INFO:   avclevel                31.00
    INFO:   aacaot                  2.00
    INFO:   videoframerate          25.00
    INFO:   audiosamplerate         44100.00
    INFO:   audiochannels           2.00
    INFO: trackinfo:
    INFO:   length                  10036001.00
    INFO:   timescale               1000.00
    INFO:   language                eng
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype              amf0
    INFO:   length                  10037761.00
    INFO:   timescale               1000.00
    INFO:   language                eng
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype              avc1
    INFO:   length                  10037778.00
    INFO:   timescale               1000.00
    INFO:   language                eng
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype              mp4a
    64.682 kB / 0.00 sec (0.0%)
    There is an auth string which I have red highlighted it! get the fresh one and replace in the your new script! my script may not work for you, because auth string is valid only for few minutes!

    It's same for The quarter-final stages of the Women's Foil Fencing competition
    http://open.live.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/5/select/format/xml/version/2.0/vpid/p00w33kj...tmpdumpscript:
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmp://cp41752.edgefcs.net:1935/ondemand" -a "ondemand?auth=daEbWbwawbodGcXdOc4cDbXbfbwd0dab7au-bqfv3.-bWG-JonDCoAqHDwHnyI&aifp=v001&slist=secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4;secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466.mp4"  -W  "http://www.bbc.co.uk/emp/releases/iplayer/revisions/617463_618125_4/617463_618125_4_emp.swf"  -C O:1 -C O:0 -y  "mp4:secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466.mp4" -o "The quarter-final stages of the Women's Foil Fencing competition.flv"
    Code:
    RTMPDump v2.4 GIT-2012-07-26 (Compiled by KSV)
    (c) 2010 Andrej Stepanchuk, Howard Chu, The Flvstreamer Team; license: GPL
    Connecting ...
    INFO: Connected...
    Starting download at: 0.000 kB
    INFO: Metadata:
    INFO:   duration                20670.20
    INFO:   moovPosition            36.00
    INFO:   width                   1280.00
    INFO:   height                  720.00
    INFO:   videocodecid            avc1
    INFO:   audiocodecid            mp4a
    INFO:   avcprofile              77.00
    INFO:   avclevel                31.00
    INFO:   aacaot                  2.00
    INFO:   videoframerate          24.87
    INFO:   audiosamplerate         44100.00
    INFO:   audiochannels           2.00
    INFO: trackinfo:
    INFO:   length                  20668001.00
    INFO:   timescale               1000.00
    INFO:   language                eng
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype              amf0
    INFO:   length                  20670201.00
    INFO:   timescale               1000.00
    INFO:   language                eng
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype              avc1
    INFO:   length                  20670196.00
    INFO:   timescale               1000.00
    INFO:   language                eng
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype              mp4a
    0.682 kB / 0.00 sec (0.0%)
    Good Luck!
    omg I am completely lost after you said get rtmpdump , writing rtmp script as well as tracking packets....

    I am using expat shield to watch the catch up videos on the bbc site from the U.S. if that matters.

    the videos I am trying to download are like these
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/olympics/2012/live-video/p00w312k

    REALLY appreciate it if you can explain in less technical jargon (no real experience with these tools you mentioned like rtmp)
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  20. Originally Posted by mikethetv View Post
    Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    tracking packets by Coojah!
    You don't need to track packets to find auth string! You should track packets to find this url:
    http://open.live.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/5/select/format/xml/version/2.0/vpid/p00w33t6.../?backend=pips

    When you find this, if you go to this url, there will be a lot of stream URL and Auth string! Use each one you wanT!
    Thanks Bahman that got me going. I did not quite understand initially where all the information came from. The Olympic streams seem to be done quite different to the standard iPlayer streams.

    Anyway for anyone elses benefit this is how I grabbed the stream data:

    • Find Wireshark to do packet sniffing. I did try Coojah! and the newer MediaBox from the same developer but could not get either to work under Win 7 64 bit. Whether that was Win 7 64bit to blame or my incompetance or other not sure.
    • Get the URL to the catch up stream you want, for example this is the mens team archery final from Saturday 28th:
    Code:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/olympics/2012/live-video/p00w2srx
    • Set Wireshark capturing on your internet connected interface. I set up the following capture filter to remove all local network traffic as I have a lot on our network, you may find that this is unnecessary (w.x.y.z is the network address of my computer, for example 192.168.1.0):
    Code:
    not ((src net w.x.y.z/24) and (dst net w.x.y.z/24)) and not broadcast
    • Start playing the stream in the web browser. Only needs a few seconds of play time.
    • Stop Wireshark, type Ctrl-F to search the packets, then type "open.live.bbc.co.uk" into the find field and select "String" for the search "Find By" option and "Packet bytes" for the "Search In" option. This should find a packet with this address, if you right click on this packet in the packet view and select "Follow TCP Stream" you get an easier view of the data, requests and responses.
    • In this view look for a "GET" request method as below, we are interested in the "mediaselector" part highlighted in red (this is only a small fraction of the data):
    Code:
    ...
    .<allow-access-from domain="extdev.bbc.co.uk" />
    .<allow-access-from domain="*.bbci.co.uk" />
    </cross-domain-policy>
    GET /mediaselector/5/select/format/xml/version/2.0/vpid/p00w33kj/mediaset/pc/atk/997c7ae8bc27c4743583cb6f0f7ca34fa538c79a/asn/1/?backend=pips HTTP/1.1
    Host: open.live.bbc.co.uk
    User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:14.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/14.0.1
    Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
    ...
    • Now in a browser goto the following address, the red highlighted part is from the step above:
    Code:
    http://open.live.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/5/select/format/xml/version/2.0/vpid/p00w33kj/mediaset/pc/atk/997c7ae8bc27c4743583cb6f0f7ca34fa538c79a/asn/1/?backend=pips
    • This will open an XML link similar to the following (this is only part of the output):
    Code:
    <media bitrate="480" encoding="h264" expires="2013-01-12T23:59:59+00:00" height="360" kind="video" media_file_size="1338829452" service="iplayer_streaming_h264_flv_lo" type="video/mp4" width="640"><connection application="ondemand" authExpires="2012-08-02T16:36:52+00:00" authExpiresOffset="6625" authString="auth=daEcxb9acacdpdRcCdpdwc.dwdcbUbgdrbf-bqgPld-bWG-EomDCnyqKEqGvzH&aifp=v001&slist=secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4;secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466.mp4" dpw="65" identifier="mp4:secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4" priority="5" protocol="rtmp" server="cp41752.edgefcs.net" supplier="akamai"/><connection application="a1414/e3" authExpires="2012-08-02T16:26:31+00:00" authExpiresOffset="6004" authString="as=adobe-hmac-sha256&av=1&te=connect&mp=iplayerstream/secure_auth/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4,iplayerstream/secure_auth/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4,iplayerstream/secure_auth/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4&et=1343925987&fmta-token=3e21e0ba68daa27914cd41c0e96a54df6c92a4e5f35873ee1380b3d2379bd976" identifier="mp4:iplayerstream/secure_auth/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4" priority="10" protocol="rtmp" server="bbcmedia.fcod.llnwd.net" supplier="limelight"/><connection href="http://bbchdsodsecure-f.akamaihd.net/z/iplayerstream/secure_auth/,480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698,800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732,3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466,.mp4.csmil/manifest.f4m?hdnea=st=1343918787~exp=1343940387~acl=/*480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698,800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732,3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466*~hmac=89710f1ebd46c172f4d43265b6c16ee571160a2560874477c304c36cff95ba1d&hdcore" priority="95" protocol="http" supplier="akamai_hds_vod" transferFormat="hds"/></media>
    <media bitrate="796" encoding="h264" expires="2013-01-12T23:59:59+00:00" height="360" kind="video" media_file_size="2102220057" service="iplayer_streaming_h264_flv" type="video/mp4" width="640"><connection authExpires="2012-08-02T16:36:52+00:00" authExpiresOffset="6625" authString="auth=daEcxb9acacdpdRcCdpdwc.dwdcbUbgdrbf-bqgPld-bWG-EomDCnyqKEqGvzH&aifp=v001&slist=secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4;secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466.mp4" dpw="65" identifier="mp4:secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4" priority="5" protocol="rtmp" server="cp41752.edgefcs.net" supplier="akamai"/><connection application="a1414/e3" authExpires="2012-08-02T16:26:31+00:00" authExpiresOffset="6004" authString="as=adobe-hmac-sha256&av=1&te=connect&mp=iplayerstream/secure_auth/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4,iplayerstream/secure_auth/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4,iplayerstream/secure_auth/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4&et=1343925987&fmta-token=3e21e0ba68daa27914cd41c0e96a54df6c92a4e5f35873ee1380b3d2379bd976" identifier="mp4:iplayerstream/secure_auth/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4" priority="10" protocol="rtmp" server="bbcmedia.fcod.llnwd.net" supplier="limelight"/><connection href="http://bbchdsodsecure-f.akamaihd.net/z/iplayerstream/secure_auth/,480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698,800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732,3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466,.mp4.csmil/manifest.f4m?hdnea=st=1343918787~exp=1343940387~acl=/*480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698,800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429,1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732,3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466*~hmac=89710f1ebd46c172f4d43265b6c16ee571160a2560874477c304c36cff95ba1d&hdcore" priority="95" protocol="http" supplier="akamai_hds_vod" transferFormat="hds"/></media>
    • Next pick the bitrate of the stream you want, for example above I want the 796 rate (highlighted in green). Each rate is a separate <media></media> XML element.
    • The next bit is probably most easily acheived in a text editor to create a batch or script file. You need to look in the <media></media> element for the bitrate you want and extract the XML attribute named "authString" and "identifier", highlighted blue and purple. These need to be pasted into the rtmpdump command below in the similarly highlighted sections (change the output filename appropriately):
    Code:
    rtmpdump -r "rtmp://cp41752.edgefcs.net:1935/ondemand" -a "ondemand?auth=daEcxb9acacdpdRcCdpdwc.dwdcbUbgdrbf-bqgPld-bWG-EomDCnyqKEqGvzH&aifp=v001&slist=secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294698.mp4;secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488294732.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w33kj_1343488293466.mp4" -W "http://www.bbc.co.uk/emp/releases/iplayer/revisions/617463_618125_4/617463_618125_4_emp.swf" -C O:1 -C O:0 -y "mp4:secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w33kj_1343488293429.mp4" -o "Archery.mp4"
    This has worked well for me and now I am quite adept at finding the strings to construct the rtmpdump command with. I have had a few failures where the running rtmpdump has aborted part way through. It suggests you could try resuming but this never seemed to work. I think you can specify start and stop times to rtmpdump so yu could try that to resume from where you left of, or ther abouts.

    Good luck.
    I have the url of the video I want... http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/olympics/2012/live-video/p00w312k. Where do I copy and paste this in the wireshark interface? Also how do I make wireshark do packet sniffing?

    Is this the order of the steps?

    1. Download wireshark

    2. Find URL of the video, paste the url somewhere in the wireshark interface?

    3. Wireshark capture interfaces CTRL + I I see two options

    Anchorfree HSS Adapter (Microsoft's Packet Scheduler)

    and

    Intel (R) PRO/100 VE Network Connection (Microsoft's Packet Scheduler)

    both have different ip addresses which do I check?

    4. ???

    5. ???

    etc

    P.S. I'm using expat shield to allow me to view the catch-up videos on bbc from the U.S. if that matters.
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  21. Originally Posted by wantwork View Post
    I have the url of the video I want... http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/olympics/2012/live-video/p00w312k. Where do I copy and paste this in the wireshark interface? Also how do I make wireshark do packet sniffing?

    Is this the order of the steps?

    1. Download wireshark
    Yes, or use Coojah. I personally have not had much success with this but Bahman has.

    Originally Posted by wantwork View Post
    2. Find URL of the video, paste the url somewhere in the wireshark interface?
    No, paste the URL into your web browser, FireFox, IE, Chrome, etc. This should bring up the catchup page. DO NOT start playing the media yet.

    Originally Posted by wantwork View Post
    3. Wireshark capture interfaces CTRL + I I see two options

    Anchorfree HSS Adapter (Microsoft's Packet Scheduler)

    and

    Intel (R) PRO/100 VE Network Connection (Microsoft's Packet Scheduler)

    both have different ip addresses which do I check?
    You want the interface which is also your internet feed, i.e. connected to your router. This may be a wifi or fixed.

    However I believe the Anchorfree HSS adapter is a VPN geographical circumvension interface, so if that's how you use expat then that's probably the one you want. Easiest way to find out is to pick one, refresh the BBC web page and see if the interface catches any packets, if not try the other one, just don't play the stream at this point as the mediaselector page gets cached.

    Originally Posted by wantwork View Post
    4. ???

    5. ???

    etc
    OK after picking the interface that is appropriate select Start. Then go back to your browser and start playing the media stream. A few seconds of actual playing should capture all that we need.

    The rest of the instructions are pretty much covered by my original post.

    Originally Posted by wantwork View Post
    P.S. I'm using expat shield to allow me to view the catch-up videos on bbc from the U.S. if that matters.
    See Bahmans comment on whether this is a proxy or VPN service.

    Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    VPN or proxy? if you are using proxy, you need to input -S option in rtmpdump command with "Address: port" at the end! sth like this: -S "127.0.0.1:1080"

    Should be Socks proxy 4/5!
    If you don't find the open.live.bbc.co.uk site in the first search you may want to try clearing thr browser cache and trying again. You may need to do this if you pick the wrong capture interface. I am not familiar with expat so don't know how it appears or is configured at the PC end.
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    ExpatShield uses UDP protocol and you can't track packet with wireshark! Because they are encrypted! use Coojah with that VPN!! You have alternative way, using proxies that doesn't use SSL connections like AdvOr! But for downloading videos with rtmpdump, you can use Expatshield VPN!
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  23. Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    ExpatShield uses UDP protocol and you can't track packet with wireshark! Because they are encrypted! use Coojah with that VPN!! You have alternative way, using proxies that doesn't use SSL connections like AdvOr! But for downloading videos with rtmpdump, you can use Expatshield VPN!
    coojah
    keeps showing up in my scans as adware

    downloading videos with rtmpdump, you can use Expatshield VPN

    okay what are the steps since cant use coojah or wireshark?
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  24. My rmpt captures seem to suddenly stop on their own without reaching 4Gb. Is there a way to make them restart from
    where they left?
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    Originally Posted by wantwork View Post
    Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    You have alternative way, using proxies that doesn't use SSL connections like AdvOr!
    okay what are the steps since cant use coojah or wireshark?
    Use alternative way!

    Originally Posted by saptecai View Post
    My rmpt captures seem to suddenly stop on their own without reaching 4Gb. Is there a way to make them restart from where they left?
    add -e option before -y !
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  26. I have tried with a DNS and it works, but what "adressort" i have to put? I write the proxy adress but the console shows "connecting..."...

    Another problem, when internet falls the download stops:

    Code:
    276404.004 kB / 652.00 sec (10.8%)
    ERROR: RTMP_ReadPacket, failed to read RTMP packet header
    276437.852 kB / 652.00 sec (10.8%)
    Download may be incomplete (downloaded about 10.80%), try resuming
    If I post the same code with a "-e" behind "-y":

    Code:
    carlos@carlos-1011PX ~/Descargas $ sudo rtmpdump -r "rtmp://cp41752.edgefcs.net:1935/ondemand" -a "ondemand?auth=daEd1cwawcOdnaWb1cUdic2czbmdPduaPbV-bqiQXK-bWG-EpnDCpwqIBvFqyI&aifp=v001&slist=secure/800kbps/MP/events/p00w361z_1344440223678.mp4;secure/1500kbps/MP/events/p00w361z_1344440223697.mp4;secure/480kbps/MP/events/p00w361z_1344440223665.mp4;secure/3200kbps/events/p00w361z_1344440223717.mp4" -W "http://www.bbc.co.uk/emp/releases/iplayer/revisions/617463_618125_4/617463_618125_4_emp.swf" -C O:1 -C O:0 -e -y "mp4:secure/3200kbps/events/p00w361z_1344440223717.mp4" -o "bmx1.flv"
    [sudo] password for carlos: 
    RTMPDump v2.4
    (c) 2010 Andrej Stepanchuk, Howard Chu, The Flvstreamer Team; license: GPL
    Connecting ...
    INFO: Connected...
    Resuming download at: 276437.852 kB / 652.000 sec (10.8%)
    INFO: Metadata:
    INFO:   duration              6013.05
    INFO:   moovPosition          36.00
    INFO:   width                 1280.00
    INFO:   height                720.00
    INFO:   videocodecid          avc1
    INFO:   audiocodecid          mp4a
    INFO:   avcprofile            77.00
    INFO:   avclevel              31.00
    INFO:   aacaot                2.00
    INFO:   videoframerate        25.00
    INFO:   audiosamplerate       44100.00
    INFO:   audiochannels         2.00
    INFO: trackinfo:
    INFO:   length                6012001.00
    INFO:   timescale             1000.00
    INFO:   language              eng
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype            amf0
    INFO:   length                6013041.00
    INFO:   timescale             1000.00
    INFO:   language              eng
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype            avc1
    INFO:   length                6013064.00
    INFO:   timescale             1000.00
    INFO:   language              eng
    INFO: sampledescription:
    INFO:   sampletype            mp4a
    WARNING: Stream does not start with requested frame, ignoring data... 
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    WARNING: Stream does not start with requested frame, ignoring data... 
    276437.852 kB / 652.00 sec (10.8%)
    Couldn't resume FLV file, try --skip 1
    Thanks again Bahman
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    You need to use FLVFixer PHP script in order to fix it and then try resuming!
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  28. Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    Originally Posted by wantwork View Post
    Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    You have alternative way, using proxies that doesn't use SSL connections like AdvOr!
    okay what are the steps since cant use coojah or wireshark?
    Use alternative way!

    Originally Posted by saptecai View Post
    My rmpt captures seem to suddenly stop on their own without reaching 4Gb. Is there a way to make them restart from where they left?
    add -e option before -y !
    I have AdvOR 0.3.0.10 by Albu Cristian now how do I use this? Expat I just downloaded and hit connect and it did pretty much everything so I can watch bbc videos with ease from the U.S.

    With AdvOR how do I use it to let me watch bbc videos and then use it with wireshark?
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    Nothing, just click on connect and wait until it completes 100%!! then select a country (UK for sure) and then you will see many servers, select one of them! Then set proxy address and port of AdvOr in your browser! Finally starts wireshark and point web browser to the page you want! then Continue Using Mike's instruction!
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  30. Originally Posted by Bahman View Post
    Nothing, just click on connect and wait until it completes 100%!! then select a country (UK for sure) and then you will see many servers, select one of them! Then set proxy address and port of AdvOr in your browser! Finally starts wireshark and point web browser to the page you want! then Continue Using Mike's instruction!
    says connected to the OR network

    how do I select country?

    and what do you mean set proxy address and port of AdvOR in browser

    I'm using firefox right now
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