VideoHelp Forum

Closed Thread
Results 1 to 3 of 3
  1. Yesterday I was trying to rip a vid from amazon I found a few mpd links in the manifest and ran them through yt-dl, streamlink & wget but no luck

    Yt-dl gave me a 'unable to send request error' and streamlink said it was DRM protected, anyone know if its possible to bypass any of these errors?

    Anyway at the bottom of the manifest are 2 cloudfront links, which the html says have a resolution of '480' and '720'

    [Attachment 49331 - Click to enlarge]

    Also these links contain tokens + authentication information:

    Has anyone looked at these links before/know what they are? They actually link to a .bif file, which is 2.5mb and contains lots of text/characters - i've tried finding out what it is and any way I can read it but i've had 0 luck... text editors, iso software, unbiff and a couple of other .biff programs but nothing can read the file.

    The only thing that threw out something legible was windows notepad - and it threw out lavc57.95.101 - which everyone will know is a library for encoding mp4's:

    [Attachment 49332 - Click to enlarge]

    Does anyone know what this bif file is and if theres any way to read it, or am I just pi**ing in the wind here?

  2. Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    United States
    Search Comp PM
    Asking about downloading from subscription sites is against forum rules:

    Do NOT talk about copying rented/subscription material
    You are not allowed to rip/copy/record rented video. It includes streaming rented/subscribed video like netflix, itunes, hulu plus, etc.

  3. Mod Neophyte Super Moderator redwudz's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    Search Comp PM
    Please read our rules before posting. concerning warez and downloading copyrighted material. Thread closed.

    Moderator redwudz

Similar Threads