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  1. #1
    Ext User(June) Guest

    capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    currently popular, supported?
    http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    tia

    June

  2. #2
    Ext User(Bob Milutinovic) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    "June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@4ax.com...
    > Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    > does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    > currently popular, supported?
    > http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    > tia
    >
    > June


    1. Install FireFox
    2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    3. Search for "iViewFox"
    4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!

    When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC logo in the
    FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a few (not
    many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles, and what the
    time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many downloads
    abort before completion, change it to 240).

    Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will intercept it and
    prompt for a download location.

    If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e., without
    downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick "enabled."

    --
    Bob Milutinovic
    Cognicom


  3. #3
    Ext User(June) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote;
    >"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@4ax.com.. .
    >> Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    >> does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    >> currently popular, supported?
    >> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    >> tia
    >>
    >> June

    >
    >1. Install FireFox
    >2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    >3. Search for "iViewFox"
    >4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!
    >
    >When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC logo in the
    >FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a few (not
    >many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles, and what the
    >time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many downloads
    >abort before completion, change it to 240).
    >
    >Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will intercept it and
    >prompt for a download location.
    >
    >If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e., without
    >downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick "enabled."


    What a pleasant experience, Bob. I understand now
    why the Whirlpool thread died
    All of that works until the point of "Save To".
    The file registers (in milliseconds) in the download folder
    at zero bytes with no continuation of the download.
    Unticking "enabled" allows the movie to be viewed.
    Is there another part to gathering a saved file in mp4 format?
    The movie view and the download both use the same port?
    tia

    June

  4. #4
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    June <jb@westnode.org> wrote

    > Reading this project link which ended two years ago


    Yeah, it aint called whirlfool for nuffin.

    > I am asking does anyone have updates on apps to
    > use or which method is currently popular, supported?
    > http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51


    I use iviewnapper, works very well indeed.
    http://users.on.net/~m.elliott/ivn/index.html

    He also has one for SBS and 7 too.

  5. #5
    Ext User(nomail@hotmail.com) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    On Fri, 20 Apr 2012 10:22:39 +1000, "Rod Speed"
    <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote:

    >June <jb@westnode.org> wrote
    >
    >> Reading this project link which ended two years ago

    >
    >Yeah, it aint called whirlfool for nuffin.
    >
    >> I am asking does anyone have updates on apps to
    >> use or which method is currently popular, supported?
    >> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51

    >
    >I use iviewnapper, works very well indeed.
    >http://users.on.net/~m.elliott/ivn/index.html
    >
    >He also has one for SBS and 7 too.


    Yes, they're great but the SBS one is broken at the moment.

    Pete


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  6. #6
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    <nomail@hotmail.com> wrote
    > Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >> June <jb@westnode.org> wrote


    >>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago


    >> Yeah, it aint called whirlfool for nuffin.


    >>> I am asking does anyone have updates on apps to
    >>> use or which method is currently popular, supported?
    >>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51


    >> I use iviewnapper, works very well indeed.
    >> http://users.on.net/~m.elliott/ivn/index.html


    >> He also has one for SBS and 7 too.


    > Yes, they're great but the SBS one is broken at the moment.


    How long has it been broken for ?

    Has he been told ?

  7. #7
    Ext User(nomail@hotmail.com) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    On Fri, 20 Apr 2012 16:50:49 +1000, "Rod Speed"
    <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote:

    ><nomail@hotmail.com> wrote
    >> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>> June <jb@westnode.org> wrote

    >
    >>>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago

    >
    >>> Yeah, it aint called whirlfool for nuffin.

    >
    >>>> I am asking does anyone have updates on apps to
    >>>> use or which method is currently popular, supported?
    >>>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51

    >
    >>> I use iviewnapper, works very well indeed.
    >>> http://users.on.net/~m.elliott/ivn/index.html

    >
    >>> He also has one for SBS and 7 too.

    >
    >> Yes, they're great but the SBS one is broken at the moment.

    >
    >How long has it been broken for ?
    >
    >Has he been told ?


    It's been broken for a few days now and, yes, mce is working on
    it.

    Look at this thread
    http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1342590&p=30
    and following pages.

    Real-time screen copying seems to be the only option at the
    moment.

    Pete



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  8. #8
    Ext User(Bob Milutinovic) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    "June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    news:5sqvo7l0aqbb3fdog9lt59ecif0864tn12@4ax.com...
    > "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote;
    >>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@4ax.com. ..
    >>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    >>> does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    >>> currently popular, supported?
    >>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    >>> tia
    >>>
    >>> June

    >>
    >>1. Install FireFox
    >>2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    >>3. Search for "iViewFox"
    >>4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!
    >>
    >>When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC logo in the
    >>FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a few (not
    >>many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles, and what
    >>the
    >>time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many downloads
    >>abort before completion, change it to 240).
    >>
    >>Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will intercept it
    >>and
    >>prompt for a download location.
    >>
    >>If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e., without
    >>downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick "enabled."

    >
    > What a pleasant experience, Bob. I understand now
    > why the Whirlpool thread died
    > All of that works until the point of "Save To".
    > The file registers (in milliseconds) in the download folder
    > at zero bytes with no continuation of the download.
    > Unticking "enabled" allows the movie to be viewed.
    > Is there another part to gathering a saved file in mp4 format?
    > The movie view and the download both use the same port?
    > tia
    >
    > June


    I'm not aware of any additional requirements nor procedures; I certainly
    didn't need to implement any. I do however have more than the usual amount
    of CODECs on my machine, so that might be an influence.

    I'd suggest you first try installing the "Mega" version of the K-Lite CODEC
    pack from http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm (choose the "lots of
    stuff" installation option); if nothing else, this'll give you Media Player
    Classic, which IMO is a damned good media player (certainly runs rings
    'round Windows Media Player).

    I've also in the past encountered some shows which either abort download
    right at the beginning or part-way through; in all cases, coming back to the
    same show a few hours later yielded success. Have you tried different shows
    with the same results?

    Also... Do you have any download accelerators (like GetRight) installed?
    They might be intercepting the plug-in's attempt to save the stream.

    --
    Bob Milutinovic
    Cognicom


  9. #9
    Ext User(Charlie) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    On Sat, 21 Apr 2012 04:11:27 +1000, "Bob Milutinovic"
    <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote:

    >"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >news:5sqvo7l0aqbb3fdog9lt59ecif0864tn12@4ax.com.. .
    >> "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote;
    >>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>>news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@4ax.com ...
    >>>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    >>>> does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    >>>> currently popular, supported?
    >>>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    >>>> tia
    >>>>
    >>>> June
    >>>
    >>>1. Install FireFox
    >>>2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    >>>3. Search for "iViewFox"
    >>>4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!
    >>>
    >>>When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC logo in the
    >>>FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a few (not
    >>>many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles, and what
    >>>the
    >>>time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many downloads
    >>>abort before completion, change it to 240).
    >>>
    >>>Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will intercept it
    >>>and
    >>>prompt for a download location.
    >>>
    >>>If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e., without
    >>>downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick "enabled."

    >>
    >> What a pleasant experience, Bob. I understand now
    >> why the Whirlpool thread died
    >> All of that works until the point of "Save To".
    >> The file registers (in milliseconds) in the download folder
    >> at zero bytes with no continuation of the download.
    >> Unticking "enabled" allows the movie to be viewed.
    >> Is there another part to gathering a saved file in mp4 format?
    >> The movie view and the download both use the same port?
    >> tia
    >>
    >> June

    >
    >I'm not aware of any additional requirements nor procedures; I certainly
    >didn't need to implement any. I do however have more than the usual amount
    >of CODECs on my machine, so that might be an influence.
    >
    >I'd suggest you first try installing the "Mega" version of the K-Lite CODEC
    >pack from http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm (choose the "lots of
    >stuff" installation option); if nothing else, this'll give you Media Player
    >Classic, which IMO is a damned good media player (certainly runs rings
    >'round Windows Media Player).
    >
    >I've also in the past encountered some shows which either abort download
    >right at the beginning or part-way through; in all cases, coming back to the
    >same show a few hours later yielded success. Have you tried different shows
    >with the same results?
    >
    >Also... Do you have any download accelerators (like GetRight) installed?
    >They might be intercepting the plug-in's attempt to save the stream.


    I followed your instuctions as well, including the codec package, but
    my end result is almost the same as June's, as well as having a 0 kb
    download I get a message: "Sorry, there has been a problem connecting
    to iview. please check your internet connection and try again."

    I am using proxomitron as a proxy though.

    Ah I just tried it without proxomitron and was successful, so thanks
    very much for the instructions.

    Charlie


  10. #10
    Ext User(June) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    Charlie <charliedatiinet.net.aus> wrote;
    >On Sat, 21 Apr 2012 04:11:27 +1000, "Bob Milutinovic"
    ><cognicom@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>news:5sqvo7l0aqbb3fdog9lt59ecif0864tn12@4ax.com. ..
    >>> "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote;
    >>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>>>news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@4ax.co m...
    >>>>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    >>>>> does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    >>>>> currently popular, supported?
    >>>>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    >>>>> tia
    >>>>>
    >>>>> June
    >>>>
    >>>>1. Install FireFox
    >>>>2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    >>>>3. Search for "iViewFox"
    >>>>4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!
    >>>>
    >>>>When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC logo in the
    >>>>FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a few (not
    >>>>many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles, and what
    >>>>the
    >>>>time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many downloads
    >>>>abort before completion, change it to 240).
    >>>>
    >>>>Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will intercept it
    >>>>and
    >>>>prompt for a download location.
    >>>>
    >>>>If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e., without
    >>>>downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick "enabled."
    >>>
    >>> What a pleasant experience, Bob. I understand now
    >>> why the Whirlpool thread died
    >>> All of that works until the point of "Save To".
    >>> The file registers (in milliseconds) in the download folder
    >>> at zero bytes with no continuation of the download.
    >>> Unticking "enabled" allows the movie to be viewed.
    >>> Is there another part to gathering a saved file in mp4 format?
    >>> The movie view and the download both use the same port?
    >>> tia
    >>>
    >>> June

    >>
    >>I'm not aware of any additional requirements nor procedures; I certainly
    >>didn't need to implement any. I do however have more than the usual amount
    >>of CODECs on my machine, so that might be an influence.
    >>
    >>I'd suggest you first try installing the "Mega" version of the K-Lite CODEC
    >>pack from http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm (choose the "lots of
    >>stuff" installation option); if nothing else, this'll give you Media Player
    >>Classic, which IMO is a damned good media player (certainly runs rings
    >>'round Windows Media Player).
    >>

    Installed on my system is an earlier K-Lite pack. Obtaining the Mega pack
    proved somewhat tiresome with all the subtle tilts in redirects to
    download zombie tools, but I got there in the end.
    I have not installed that pack.
    Every install of Windows XP has the MPC option installed, off the Hirens CD.

    >>I've also in the past encountered some shows which either abort download
    >>right at the beginning or part-way through; in all cases, coming back to the
    >>same show a few hours later yielded success. Have you tried different shows
    >>with the same results?
    >>

    Yes and yes.
    Working through all the possibilities imaginable (from this discussion) I believe
    the problem is now apparent in it's simplicity.

    >>Also... Do you have any download accelerators (like GetRight) installed?
    >>They might be intercepting the plug-in's attempt to save the stream.

    >
    >I followed your instuctions as well, including the codec package, but
    >my end result is almost the same as June's, as well as having a 0 kb
    >download I get a message: "Sorry, there has been a problem connecting
    >to iview. please check your internet connection and try again."
    >

    There is why I was asking about access ports. I do not run a proxy
    enabler, but I do run a software FW and there is a hardware FW
    in my modem. I also handroll proxy use from open machines
    found on the Internet.
    I was sure the problem was one of handshake denial from iView.

    >I am using proxomitron as a proxy though.
    >
    >Ah I just tried it without proxomitron and was successful, so thanks
    >very much for the instructions.
    >

    Your posted comment had me looking at this once more with a
    fresh week to work in.
    I now have the clip I went looking for last week.
    It seems to me iView links to the ISP using a log file -.srt,
    so while that file records the streaming (in allowing the reconnection
    and continuation of viewing) it also denies "copies" being made.
    Is the best way I can explain that trying attempts on that same machine
    (from the same ISP identity) blocks the download.
    My ISP uses dynamic connection naming.
    I cleaned the machine of files created in previous attempts.
    I then connected to iView for the download to begin and complete.

    Many thanks for the assistance with this problem.
    I post in appreciation with the hope the thread helps someone else.



    June


  11. #11
    Ext User(bambam) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    Yep June. This thread sure helped me. Didn't think iview could be saved for later.
    I tried scrounging through the temp internet files and all sorts, no go.
    The nifty little firefox add on sure does the job.
    Thanks.



  12. #12
    Ext User(June) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    follow up to:
    >Charlie <charliedatiinet.net.aus> wrote;
    >>On Sat, 21 Apr 2012 04:11:27 +1000, "Bob Milutinovic"
    >><cognicom@gmail.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>>news:5sqvo7l0aqbb3fdog9lt59ecif0864tn12@4ax.com ...
    >>>> "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote;
    >>>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>>>>news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@4ax.c om...
    >>>>>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    >>>>>> does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    >>>>>> currently popular, supported?
    >>>>>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    >>>>>> tia
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> June
    >>>>>
    >>>>>1. Install FireFox
    >>>>>2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    >>>>>3. Search for "iViewFox"
    >>>>>4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!
    >>>>>
    >>>>>When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC logo in the
    >>>>>FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a few (not
    >>>>>many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles, and what
    >>>>>the
    >>>>>time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many downloads
    >>>>>abort before completion, change it to 240).
    >>>>>
    >>>>>Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will intercept it
    >>>>>and
    >>>>>prompt for a download location.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e., without
    >>>>>downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick "enabled."
    >>>>
    >>>> What a pleasant experience, Bob. I understand now
    >>>> why the Whirlpool thread died
    >>>> All of that works until the point of "Save To".
    >>>> The file registers (in milliseconds) in the download folder
    >>>> at zero bytes with no continuation of the download.
    >>>> Unticking "enabled" allows the movie to be viewed.
    >>>> Is there another part to gathering a saved file in mp4 format?
    >>>> The movie view and the download both use the same port?
    >>>> tia
    >>>>
    >>>> June
    >>>
    >>>I'm not aware of any additional requirements nor procedures; I certainly
    >>>didn't need to implement any. I do however have more than the usual amount
    >>>of CODECs on my machine, so that might be an influence.
    >>>
    >>>I'd suggest you first try installing the "Mega" version of the K-Lite CODEC
    >>>pack from http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm (choose the "lots of
    >>>stuff" installation option); if nothing else, this'll give you Media Player
    >>>Classic, which IMO is a damned good media player (certainly runs rings
    >>>'round Windows Media Player).
    >>>

    >Installed on my system is an earlier K-Lite pack. Obtaining the Mega pack
    >proved somewhat tiresome with all the subtle tilts in redirects to
    >download zombie tools, but I got there in the end.
    >I have not installed that pack.
    >Every install of Windows XP has the MPC option installed, off the Hirens CD.
    >
    >>>I've also in the past encountered some shows which either abort download
    >>>right at the beginning or part-way through; in all cases, coming back to the
    >>>same show a few hours later yielded success. Have you tried different shows
    >>>with the same results?
    >>>

    >Yes and yes.
    >Working through all the possibilities imaginable (from this discussion) I believe
    >the problem is now apparent in it's simplicity.
    >
    >>>Also... Do you have any download accelerators (like GetRight) installed?
    >>>They might be intercepting the plug-in's attempt to save the stream.

    >>
    >>I followed your instuctions as well, including the codec package, but
    >>my end result is almost the same as June's, as well as having a 0 kb
    >>download I get a message: "Sorry, there has been a problem connecting
    >>to iview. please check your internet connection and try again."
    >>

    >There is why I was asking about access ports. I do not run a proxy
    >enabler, but I do run a software FW and there is a hardware FW
    >in my modem. I also handroll proxy use from open machines
    >found on the Internet.
    >I was sure the problem was one of handshake denial from iView.
    >
    >>I am using proxomitron as a proxy though.
    >>
    >>Ah I just tried it without proxomitron and was successful, so thanks
    >>very much for the instructions.
    >>

    >Your posted comment had me looking at this once more with a
    >fresh week to work in.
    >I now have the clip I went looking for last week.
    >It seems to me iView links to the ISP using a log file -.srt,
    >so while that file records the streaming (in allowing the reconnection
    >and continuation of viewing) it also denies "copies" being made.
    >Is the best way I can explain that trying attempts on that same machine
    >(from the same ISP identity) blocks the download.
    >My ISP uses dynamic connection naming.
    >I cleaned the machine of files created in previous attempts.
    >I then connected to iView for the download to begin and complete.
    >
    >Many thanks for the assistance with this problem.
    >I post in appreciation with the hope the thread helps someone else.
    >
    >
    >
    >June


    Darn it! Trying to capture the Q&A program tonight just will not
    see iViewFox doing it - http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/view/934019

    Firefox connects on clicking "enable" in the iViewFox popup
    then shuts the streaming down.
    Unticking "enable" has Firefox showing the video.
    Uninstalling Firefox11 and reinstalling with the iViewFox addon
    has not made a difference to the behavior.
    Anyone else experiencing similar troubles?
    tia

    June

  13. #13
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip



    "June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    news:jnm6fl$kf0$1@speranza.aioe.org...
    > follow up to:
    >>Charlie <charliedatiinet.net.aus> wrote;
    >>>On Sat, 21 Apr 2012 04:11:27 +1000, "Bob Milutinovic"
    >>><cognicom@gmail.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>>>news:5sqvo7l0aqbb3fdog9lt59ecif0864tn12@4ax.co m...
    >>>>> "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote;
    >>>>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>>>>>news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@4ax. com...
    >>>>>>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    >>>>>>> does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    >>>>>>> currently popular, supported?
    >>>>>>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    >>>>>>> tia
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> June
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>1. Install FireFox
    >>>>>>2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    >>>>>>3. Search for "iViewFox"
    >>>>>>4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC logo in
    >>>>>>the
    >>>>>>FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a few
    >>>>>>(not
    >>>>>>many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles, and
    >>>>>>what
    >>>>>>the
    >>>>>>time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many
    >>>>>>downloads
    >>>>>>abort before completion, change it to 240).
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will intercept
    >>>>>>it
    >>>>>>and
    >>>>>>prompt for a download location.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e., without
    >>>>>>downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick "enabled."
    >>>>>
    >>>>> What a pleasant experience, Bob. I understand now
    >>>>> why the Whirlpool thread died
    >>>>> All of that works until the point of "Save To".
    >>>>> The file registers (in milliseconds) in the download folder
    >>>>> at zero bytes with no continuation of the download.
    >>>>> Unticking "enabled" allows the movie to be viewed.
    >>>>> Is there another part to gathering a saved file in mp4 format?
    >>>>> The movie view and the download both use the same port?
    >>>>> tia
    >>>>>
    >>>>> June
    >>>>
    >>>>I'm not aware of any additional requirements nor procedures; I certainly
    >>>>didn't need to implement any. I do however have more than the usual
    >>>>amount
    >>>>of CODECs on my machine, so that might be an influence.
    >>>>
    >>>>I'd suggest you first try installing the "Mega" version of the K-Lite
    >>>>CODEC
    >>>>pack from http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm (choose the "lots of
    >>>>stuff" installation option); if nothing else, this'll give you Media
    >>>>Player
    >>>>Classic, which IMO is a damned good media player (certainly runs rings
    >>>>'round Windows Media Player).
    >>>>

    >>Installed on my system is an earlier K-Lite pack. Obtaining the Mega pack
    >>proved somewhat tiresome with all the subtle tilts in redirects to
    >>download zombie tools, but I got there in the end.
    >>I have not installed that pack.
    >>Every install of Windows XP has the MPC option installed, off the Hirens
    >>CD.
    >>
    >>>>I've also in the past encountered some shows which either abort download
    >>>>right at the beginning or part-way through; in all cases, coming back to
    >>>>the
    >>>>same show a few hours later yielded success. Have you tried different
    >>>>shows
    >>>>with the same results?
    >>>>

    >>Yes and yes.
    >>Working through all the possibilities imaginable (from this discussion) I
    >>believe
    >>the problem is now apparent in it's simplicity.
    >>
    >>>>Also... Do you have any download accelerators (like GetRight) installed?
    >>>>They might be intercepting the plug-in's attempt to save the stream.
    >>>
    >>>I followed your instuctions as well, including the codec package, but
    >>>my end result is almost the same as June's, as well as having a 0 kb
    >>>download I get a message: "Sorry, there has been a problem connecting
    >>>to iview. please check your internet connection and try again."
    >>>

    >>There is why I was asking about access ports. I do not run a proxy
    >>enabler, but I do run a software FW and there is a hardware FW
    >>in my modem. I also handroll proxy use from open machines
    >>found on the Internet.
    >>I was sure the problem was one of handshake denial from iView.
    >>
    >>>I am using proxomitron as a proxy though.
    >>>
    >>>Ah I just tried it without proxomitron and was successful, so thanks
    >>>very much for the instructions.
    >>>

    >>Your posted comment had me looking at this once more with a
    >>fresh week to work in.
    >>I now have the clip I went looking for last week.
    >>It seems to me iView links to the ISP using a log file -.srt,
    >>so while that file records the streaming (in allowing the reconnection
    >>and continuation of viewing) it also denies "copies" being made.
    >>Is the best way I can explain that trying attempts on that same machine
    >>(from the same ISP identity) blocks the download.
    >>My ISP uses dynamic connection naming.
    >>I cleaned the machine of files created in previous attempts.
    >>I then connected to iView for the download to begin and complete.
    >>
    >>Many thanks for the assistance with this problem.
    >>I post in appreciation with the hope the thread helps someone else.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>June

    >
    > Darn it! Trying to capture the Q&A program tonight just will not
    > see iViewFox doing it - http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/view/934019
    >
    > Firefox connects on clicking "enable" in the iViewFox popup
    > then shuts the streaming down.
    > Unticking "enable" has Firefox showing the video.
    > Uninstalling Firefox11 and reinstalling with the iViewFox addon
    > has not made a difference to the behavior.
    > Anyone else experiencing similar troubles?


    Iviewnapper works fine.
    http://users.on.net/~m.elliott/


  14. #14
    Ext User(June) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    follow up to:
    >follow up to:
    >>Charlie <charliedatiinet.net.aus> wrote;
    >>>On Sat, 21 Apr 2012 04:11:27 +1000, "Bob Milutinovic"
    >>><cognicom@gmail.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>>>news:5sqvo7l0aqbb3fdog9lt59ecif0864tn12@4ax.co m...
    >>>>> "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote;
    >>>>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>>>>>news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@4ax. com...
    >>>>>>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    >>>>>>> does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    >>>>>>> currently popular, supported?
    >>>>>>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    >>>>>>> tia
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> June
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>1. Install FireFox
    >>>>>>2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    >>>>>>3. Search for "iViewFox"
    >>>>>>4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC logo in the
    >>>>>>FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a few (not
    >>>>>>many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles, and what
    >>>>>>the
    >>>>>>time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many downloads
    >>>>>>abort before completion, change it to 240).
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will intercept it
    >>>>>>and
    >>>>>>prompt for a download location.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e., without
    >>>>>>downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick "enabled."
    >>>>>
    >>>>> What a pleasant experience, Bob. I understand now
    >>>>> why the Whirlpool thread died
    >>>>> All of that works until the point of "Save To".
    >>>>> The file registers (in milliseconds) in the download folder
    >>>>> at zero bytes with no continuation of the download.
    >>>>> Unticking "enabled" allows the movie to be viewed.
    >>>>> Is there another part to gathering a saved file in mp4 format?
    >>>>> The movie view and the download both use the same port?
    >>>>> tia
    >>>>>
    >>>>> June
    >>>>
    >>>>I'm not aware of any additional requirements nor procedures; I certainly
    >>>>didn't need to implement any. I do however have more than the usual amount
    >>>>of CODECs on my machine, so that might be an influence.
    >>>>
    >>>>I'd suggest you first try installing the "Mega" version of the K-Lite CODEC
    >>>>pack from http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm (choose the "lots of
    >>>>stuff" installation option); if nothing else, this'll give you Media Player
    >>>>Classic, which IMO is a damned good media player (certainly runs rings
    >>>>'round Windows Media Player).
    >>>>

    >>Installed on my system is an earlier K-Lite pack. Obtaining the Mega pack
    >>proved somewhat tiresome with all the subtle tilts in redirects to
    >>download zombie tools, but I got there in the end.
    >>I have not installed that pack.
    >>Every install of Windows XP has the MPC option installed, off the Hirens CD.
    >>
    >>>>I've also in the past encountered some shows which either abort download
    >>>>right at the beginning or part-way through; in all cases, coming back to the
    >>>>same show a few hours later yielded success. Have you tried different shows
    >>>>with the same results?
    >>>>

    >>Yes and yes.
    >>Working through all the possibilities imaginable (from this discussion) I believe
    >>the problem is now apparent in it's simplicity.
    >>
    >>>>Also... Do you have any download accelerators (like GetRight) installed?
    >>>>They might be intercepting the plug-in's attempt to save the stream.
    >>>
    >>>I followed your instuctions as well, including the codec package, but
    >>>my end result is almost the same as June's, as well as having a 0 kb
    >>>download I get a message: "Sorry, there has been a problem connecting
    >>>to iview. please check your internet connection and try again."
    >>>

    >>There is why I was asking about access ports. I do not run a proxy
    >>enabler, but I do run a software FW and there is a hardware FW
    >>in my modem. I also handroll proxy use from open machines
    >>found on the Internet.
    >>I was sure the problem was one of handshake denial from iView.
    >>
    >>>I am using proxomitron as a proxy though.
    >>>
    >>>Ah I just tried it without proxomitron and was successful, so thanks
    >>>very much for the instructions.
    >>>

    >>Your posted comment had me looking at this once more with a
    >>fresh week to work in.
    >>I now have the clip I went looking for last week.
    >>It seems to me iView links to the ISP using a log file -.srt,
    >>so while that file records the streaming (in allowing the reconnection
    >>and continuation of viewing) it also denies "copies" being made.
    >>Is the best way I can explain that trying attempts on that same machine
    >>(from the same ISP identity) blocks the download.
    >>My ISP uses dynamic connection naming.
    >>I cleaned the machine of files created in previous attempts.
    >>I then connected to iView for the download to begin and complete.
    >>
    >>Many thanks for the assistance with this problem.
    >>I post in appreciation with the hope the thread helps someone else.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>June

    >
    >Darn it! Trying to capture the Q&A program tonight just will not
    >see iViewFox doing it - http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/view/934019
    >
    >Firefox connects on clicking "enable" in the iViewFox popup
    >then shuts the streaming down.
    >Unticking "enable" has Firefox showing the video.
    >Uninstalling Firefox11 and reinstalling with the iViewFox addon
    >has not made a difference to the behavior.
    >Anyone else experiencing similar troubles?
    >tia
    >
    >June


    hey hey, I am drowning over here!
    not so LOL

    I have reinstalled Windows XP ProSP3 from a clean image file.
    I have uninstalled FFversion3 from that install.
    I have installed FFversion11 to the new install.
    I have followed Bob's tips talked about in the thread
    (worked before) but still iViewFox will not play cutsie pie.

    Desperate forces me to open more jars, I have uploaded
    a log file of a kind. Would someone who could interpret
    the output please help me understand the log?

    http://www.freeimagehosting.net/77csm

    tia

    June

  15. #15
    Ext User(Bob Milutinovic) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    "June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    news:u0v4q7dmggdafro7nf8283k9n0hr6cqudk@4ax.com...
    > follow up to:
    >>follow up to:
    >>>Charlie <charliedatiinet.net.aus> wrote;
    >>>>On Sat, 21 Apr 2012 04:11:27 +1000, "Bob Milutinovic"
    >>>><cognicom@gmail.com> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>>>>news:5sqvo7l0aqbb3fdog9lt59ecif0864tn12@4ax.c om...
    >>>>>> "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote;
    >>>>>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    >>>>>>>news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@4ax .com...
    >>>>>>>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    >>>>>>>> does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    >>>>>>>> currently popular, supported?
    >>>>>>>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    >>>>>>>> tia
    >>>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>> June
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>1. Install FireFox
    >>>>>>>2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    >>>>>>>3. Search for "iViewFox"
    >>>>>>>4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC logo in
    >>>>>>>the
    >>>>>>>FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a few
    >>>>>>>(not
    >>>>>>>many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles, and
    >>>>>>>what
    >>>>>>>the
    >>>>>>>time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many
    >>>>>>>downloads
    >>>>>>>abort before completion, change it to 240).
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will intercept
    >>>>>>>it
    >>>>>>>and
    >>>>>>>prompt for a download location.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>>If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e.,
    >>>>>>>without
    >>>>>>>downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick "enabled."
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> What a pleasant experience, Bob. I understand now
    >>>>>> why the Whirlpool thread died
    >>>>>> All of that works until the point of "Save To".
    >>>>>> The file registers (in milliseconds) in the download folder
    >>>>>> at zero bytes with no continuation of the download.
    >>>>>> Unticking "enabled" allows the movie to be viewed.
    >>>>>> Is there another part to gathering a saved file in mp4 format?
    >>>>>> The movie view and the download both use the same port?
    >>>>>> tia
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> June
    >>>>>
    >>>>>I'm not aware of any additional requirements nor procedures; I
    >>>>>certainly
    >>>>>didn't need to implement any. I do however have more than the usual
    >>>>>amount
    >>>>>of CODECs on my machine, so that might be an influence.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>I'd suggest you first try installing the "Mega" version of the K-Lite
    >>>>>CODEC
    >>>>>pack from http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm (choose the "lots
    >>>>>of
    >>>>>stuff" installation option); if nothing else, this'll give you Media
    >>>>>Player
    >>>>>Classic, which IMO is a damned good media player (certainly runs rings
    >>>>>'round Windows Media Player).
    >>>>>
    >>>Installed on my system is an earlier K-Lite pack. Obtaining the Mega pack
    >>>proved somewhat tiresome with all the subtle tilts in redirects to
    >>>download zombie tools, but I got there in the end.
    >>>I have not installed that pack.
    >>>Every install of Windows XP has the MPC option installed, off the Hirens
    >>>CD.
    >>>
    >>>>>I've also in the past encountered some shows which either abort
    >>>>>download
    >>>>>right at the beginning or part-way through; in all cases, coming back
    >>>>>to the
    >>>>>same show a few hours later yielded success. Have you tried different
    >>>>>shows
    >>>>>with the same results?
    >>>>>
    >>>Yes and yes.
    >>>Working through all the possibilities imaginable (from this discussion) I
    >>>believe
    >>>the problem is now apparent in it's simplicity.
    >>>
    >>>>>Also... Do you have any download accelerators (like GetRight)
    >>>>>installed?
    >>>>>They might be intercepting the plug-in's attempt to save the stream.
    >>>>
    >>>>I followed your instuctions as well, including the codec package, but
    >>>>my end result is almost the same as June's, as well as having a 0 kb
    >>>>download I get a message: "Sorry, there has been a problem connecting
    >>>>to iview. please check your internet connection and try again."
    >>>>
    >>>There is why I was asking about access ports. I do not run a proxy
    >>>enabler, but I do run a software FW and there is a hardware FW
    >>>in my modem. I also handroll proxy use from open machines
    >>>found on the Internet.
    >>>I was sure the problem was one of handshake denial from iView.
    >>>
    >>>>I am using proxomitron as a proxy though.
    >>>>
    >>>>Ah I just tried it without proxomitron and was successful, so thanks
    >>>>very much for the instructions.
    >>>>
    >>>Your posted comment had me looking at this once more with a
    >>>fresh week to work in.
    >>>I now have the clip I went looking for last week.
    >>>It seems to me iView links to the ISP using a log file -.srt,
    >>>so while that file records the streaming (in allowing the reconnection
    >>>and continuation of viewing) it also denies "copies" being made.
    >>>Is the best way I can explain that trying attempts on that same machine
    >>>(from the same ISP identity) blocks the download.
    >>>My ISP uses dynamic connection naming.
    >>>I cleaned the machine of files created in previous attempts.
    >>>I then connected to iView for the download to begin and complete.
    >>>
    >>>Many thanks for the assistance with this problem.
    >>>I post in appreciation with the hope the thread helps someone else.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>June

    >>
    >>Darn it! Trying to capture the Q&A program tonight just will not
    >>see iViewFox doing it - http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/view/934019
    >>
    >>Firefox connects on clicking "enable" in the iViewFox popup
    >>then shuts the streaming down.
    >>Unticking "enable" has Firefox showing the video.
    >>Uninstalling Firefox11 and reinstalling with the iViewFox addon
    >>has not made a difference to the behavior.
    >>Anyone else experiencing similar troubles?
    >>tia
    >>
    >>June

    >
    > hey hey, I am drowning over here!
    > not so LOL
    >
    > I have reinstalled Windows XP ProSP3 from a clean image file.
    > I have uninstalled FFversion3 from that install.
    > I have installed FFversion11 to the new install.
    > I have followed Bob's tips talked about in the thread
    > (worked before) but still iViewFox will not play cutsie pie.
    >
    > Desperate forces me to open more jars, I have uploaded
    > a log file of a kind. Would someone who could interpret
    > the output please help me understand the log?
    >
    > http://www.freeimagehosting.net/77csm
    >
    > tia
    >
    > June


    Your "log file of a kind" actually does give considerable insight into
    possible problems. Which version of Kerio are you using? The old "Kerio
    Personal Firewall" (which was bought out by SunBelt Software many years
    ago), or WinRoute Firewall, the network product?

    In both cases, Kerio would be providing a transparent proxy service, which
    is required for it to perform logging and filtration of web access - but in
    this case detrimental to how iViewFox works. As Charlie confirmed, it
    doesn't look like it can capture the stream through a proxy.

    Have you tried disabling Kerio Firewall altogether?

    If you're (as you most likely are) using a hardware modem/router, you don't
    need to worry about a potential security risk being introduced by disabling
    Kerio - the hardware router prevents unsolicited packets; Kerio merely
    prevents unauthorised software from making outbound connections.

    Let us know if iViewFox comes good after you've disabled Kerio.

    --
    Bob Milutinovic
    Cognicom


  16. #16
    Ext User(June) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote
    22>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    22>news:u0v4q7dmggdafro7nf8283k9n0hr6cqudk@4ax.com ...
    22>> follow up to:
    22>>>follow up to:
    22>>>>Charlie <charliedatiinet.net.aus> wrote;
    22>>>>>On Sat, 21 Apr 2012 04:11:27 +1000, "Bob Milutinovic"
    22>>>>><cognicom@gmail.com> wrote:
    22>>>>>
    22>>>>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    22>>>>>>news:5sqvo7l0aqbb3fdog9lt59ecif0864tn12@4a x.com...
    22>>>>>>> "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote;
    22>>>>>>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    22>>>>>>>>news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@ 4ax.com...
    22>>>>>>>>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am asking
    22>>>>>>>>> does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    22>>>>>>>>> currently popular, supported?
    22>>>>>>>>> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    22>>>>>>>>> tia
    22>>>>>>>>>
    22>>>>>>>>> June
    22>>>>>>>>
    22>>>>>>>>1. Install FireFox
    22>>>>>>>>2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    22>>>>>>>>3. Search for "iViewFox"
    22>>>>>>>>4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!
    22>>>>>>>>
    22>>>>>>>>When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC logo in
    22>>>>>>>>the
    22>>>>>>>>FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a few
    22>>>>>>>>(not
    22>>>>>>>>many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles, and
    22>>>>>>>>what
    22>>>>>>>>the
    22>>>>>>>>time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many
    22>>>>>>>>downloads
    22>>>>>>>>abort before completion, change it to 240).
    22>>>>>>>>
    22>>>>>>>>Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will intercept
    22>>>>>>>>it
    22>>>>>>>>and
    22>>>>>>>>prompt for a download location.
    22>>>>>>>>
    22>>>>>>>>If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e.,
    22>>>>>>>>without
    22>>>>>>>>downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick "enabled."
    22>>>>>>>
    22>>>>>>> What a pleasant experience, Bob. I understand now
    22>>>>>>> why the Whirlpool thread died
    22>>>>>>> All of that works until the point of "Save To".
    22>>>>>>> The file registers (in milliseconds) in the download folder
    22>>>>>>> at zero bytes with no continuation of the download.
    22>>>>>>> Unticking "enabled" allows the movie to be viewed.
    22>>>>>>> Is there another part to gathering a saved file in mp4 format?
    22>>>>>>> The movie view and the download both use the same port?
    22>>>>>>> tia
    22>>>>>>>
    22>>>>>>> June
    22>>>>>>
    22>>>>>>I'm not aware of any additional requirements nor procedures; I
    22>>>>>>certainly
    22>>>>>>didn't need to implement any. I do however have more than the usual
    22>>>>>>amount
    22>>>>>>of CODECs on my machine, so that might be an influence.
    22>>>>>>
    22>>>>>>I'd suggest you first try installing the "Mega" version of the K-Lite
    22>>>>>>CODEC
    22>>>>>>pack from http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm (choose the "lots
    22>>>>>>of
    22>>>>>>stuff" installation option); if nothing else, this'll give you Media
    22>>>>>>Player
    22>>>>>>Classic, which IMO is a damned good media player (certainly runs rings
    22>>>>>>'round Windows Media Player).
    22>>>>>>
    22>>>>Installed on my system is an earlier K-Lite pack. Obtaining the Mega pack
    22>>>>proved somewhat tiresome with all the subtle tilts in redirects to
    22>>>>download zombie tools, but I got there in the end.
    22>>>>I have not installed that pack.
    22>>>>Every install of Windows XP has the MPC option installed, off the Hirens
    22>>>>CD.
    22>>>>
    22>>>>>>I've also in the past encountered some shows which either abort
    22>>>>>>download
    22>>>>>>right at the beginning or part-way through; in all cases, coming back
    22>>>>>>to the
    22>>>>>>same show a few hours later yielded success. Have you tried different
    22>>>>>>shows
    22>>>>>>with the same results?
    22>>>>>>
    22>>>>Yes and yes.
    22>>>>Working through all the possibilities imaginable (from this discussion) I
    22>>>>believe
    22>>>>the problem is now apparent in it's simplicity.
    22>>>>
    22>>>>>>Also... Do you have any download accelerators (like GetRight)
    22>>>>>>installed?
    22>>>>>>They might be intercepting the plug-in's attempt to save the stream.
    22>>>>>
    22>>>>>I followed your instuctions as well, including the codec package, but
    22>>>>>my end result is almost the same as June's, as well as having a 0 kb
    22>>>>>download I get a message: "Sorry, there has been a problem connecting
    22>>>>>to iview. please check your internet connection and try again."
    22>>>>>
    22>>>>There is why I was asking about access ports. I do not run a proxy
    22>>>>enabler, but I do run a software FW and there is a hardware FW
    22>>>>in my modem. I also handroll proxy use from open machines
    22>>>>found on the Internet.
    22>>>>I was sure the problem was one of handshake denial from iView.
    22>>>>
    22>>>>>I am using proxomitron as a proxy though.
    22>>>>>
    22>>>>>Ah I just tried it without proxomitron and was successful, so thanks
    22>>>>>very much for the instructions.
    22>>>>>
    22>>>>Your posted comment had me looking at this once more with a
    22>>>>fresh week to work in.
    22>>>>I now have the clip I went looking for last week.
    22>>>>It seems to me iView links to the ISP using a log file -.srt,
    22>>>>so while that file records the streaming (in allowing the reconnection
    22>>>>and continuation of viewing) it also denies "copies" being made.
    22>>>>Is the best way I can explain that trying attempts on that same machine
    22>>>>(from the same ISP identity) blocks the download.
    22>>>>My ISP uses dynamic connection naming.
    22>>>>I cleaned the machine of files created in previous attempts.
    22>>>>I then connected to iView for the download to begin and complete.
    22>>>>
    22>>>>Many thanks for the assistance with this problem.
    22>>>>I post in appreciation with the hope the thread helps someone else.
    22>>>>
    22>>>>
    22>>>>
    22>>>>June
    22>>>
    22>>>Darn it! Trying to capture the Q&A program tonight just will not
    22>>>see iViewFox doing it - http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/view/934019
    22>>>
    22>>>Firefox connects on clicking "enable" in the iViewFox popup
    22>>>then shuts the streaming down.
    22>>>Unticking "enable" has Firefox showing the video.
    22>>>Uninstalling Firefox11 and reinstalling with the iViewFox addon
    22>>>has not made a difference to the behavior.
    22>>>Anyone else experiencing similar troubles?
    22>>>tia
    22>>>
    22>>>June
    22>>
    22>> hey hey, I am drowning over here!
    22>> not so LOL
    22>>
    22>> I have reinstalled Windows XP ProSP3 from a clean image file.
    22>> I have uninstalled FFversion3 from that install.
    22>> I have installed FFversion11 to the new install.
    22>> I have followed Bob's tips talked about in the thread
    22>> (worked before) but still iViewFox will not play cutsie pie.
    22>>
    22>> Desperate forces me to open more jars, I have uploaded
    22>> a log file of a kind. Would someone who could interpret
    22>> the output please help me understand the log?
    22>>
    22>> http://www.freeimagehosting.net/77csm
    22>>
    22>> tia
    22>>
    22>> June
    >
    >Your "log file of a kind" actually does give considerable insight into
    >possible problems. Which version of Kerio are you using? The old "Kerio
    >Personal Firewall" (which was bought out by SunBelt Software many years
    >ago), or WinRoute Firewall, the network product?
    >

    Mine is old, totally freeware in fact.. fruits of a long gone BF.
    The dedicated IT geek kind. so much so he is the "ex" :-)

    >In both cases, Kerio would be providing a transparent proxy service, which
    >is required for it to perform logging and filtration of web access - but in
    >this case detrimental to how iViewFox works. As Charlie confirmed, it
    >doesn't look like it can capture the stream through a proxy.
    >

    Yes ummm'ss... I know about proxy use.

    >Have you tried disabling Kerio Firewall altogether?
    >

    Yes. I will do that again and post those outputs for the DOS emulator.

    >If you're (as you most likely are) using a hardware modem/router, you don't
    >need to worry about a potential security risk being introduced by disabling
    >Kerio - the hardware router prevents unsolicited packets; Kerio merely
    >prevents unauthorised software from making outbound connections.
    >

    Yes.

    >Let us know if iViewFox comes good after you've disabled Kerio.
    >

    2nd glass of semignon.. tomorrow night, maybe :-)

    Thank you Bob, I had given up on this group, sorry.



    June




  17. #17
    Ext User(Bob Milutinovic) Guest

    Re: capture iview video streaming not screen rip

    "June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    news:ajd7q711icii8amo8ckiunff1n5crqtu2e@4ax.com...
    > "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote
    > 22>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    > 22>news:u0v4q7dmggdafro7nf8283k9n0hr6cqudk@4ax.com ...
    > 22>> follow up to:
    > 22>>>follow up to:
    > 22>>>>Charlie <charliedatiinet.net.aus> wrote;
    > 22>>>>>On Sat, 21 Apr 2012 04:11:27 +1000, "Bob Milutinovic"
    > 22>>>>><cognicom@gmail.com> wrote:
    > 22>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    > 22>>>>>>news:5sqvo7l0aqbb3fdog9lt59ecif0864tn12@4a x.com...
    > 22>>>>>>> "Bob Milutinovic" <cognicom@gmail.com> wrote;
    > 22>>>>>>>>"June" <jb@westnode.org> wrote in message
    > 22>>>>>>>>news:m8evo7lr8ob4n14umvtdn4okmv6v9ceqhs@ 4ax.com...
    > 22>>>>>>>>> Reading this project link which ended two years ago I am
    > asking
    > 22>>>>>>>>> does anyone have updates on apps to use or which method is
    > 22>>>>>>>>> currently popular, supported?
    > 22>>>>>>>>>
    > http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum...t=1212283&p=51
    > 22>>>>>>>>> tia
    > 22>>>>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>>>> June
    > 22>>>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>>>1. Install FireFox
    > 22>>>>>>>>2. Tools->Add-Ons->Get Add-Ons
    > 22>>>>>>>>3. Search for "iViewFox"
    > 22>>>>>>>>4. Install it, re-start FireFox, and oila!
    > 22>>>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>>>When you get to http://abc.net.au/iview/ you'll notice an ABC
    > logo in
    > 22>>>>>>>>the
    > 22>>>>>>>>FireFox status bar. Clock on it and you'll be able to adjust a
    > few
    > 22>>>>>>>>(not
    > 22>>>>>>>>many) parameters, such as whether or not to download subtitles,
    > and
    > 22>>>>>>>>what
    > 22>>>>>>>>the
    > 22>>>>>>>>time-out is (leave it at 120 to start with, but if you find many
    > 22>>>>>>>>downloads
    > 22>>>>>>>>abort before completion, change it to 240).
    > 22>>>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>>>Now, each time you click "watch" in iView, the plug-in will
    > intercept
    > 22>>>>>>>>it
    > 22>>>>>>>>and
    > 22>>>>>>>>prompt for a download location.
    > 22>>>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>>>If you actually want to revert to watching iView "live" (i.e.,
    > 22>>>>>>>>without
    > 22>>>>>>>>downloading), click on the plug-ins ABC logo and untick
    > "enabled."
    > 22>>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>> What a pleasant experience, Bob. I understand now
    > 22>>>>>>> why the Whirlpool thread died
    > 22>>>>>>> All of that works until the point of "Save To".
    > 22>>>>>>> The file registers (in milliseconds) in the download folder
    > 22>>>>>>> at zero bytes with no continuation of the download.
    > 22>>>>>>> Unticking "enabled" allows the movie to be viewed.
    > 22>>>>>>> Is there another part to gathering a saved file in mp4 format?
    > 22>>>>>>> The movie view and the download both use the same port?
    > 22>>>>>>> tia
    > 22>>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>> June
    > 22>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>I'm not aware of any additional requirements nor procedures; I
    > 22>>>>>>certainly
    > 22>>>>>>didn't need to implement any. I do however have more than the
    > usual
    > 22>>>>>>amount
    > 22>>>>>>of CODECs on my machine, so that might be an influence.
    > 22>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>I'd suggest you first try installing the "Mega" version of the
    > K-Lite
    > 22>>>>>>CODEC
    > 22>>>>>>pack from http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm (choose the
    > "lots
    > 22>>>>>>of
    > 22>>>>>>stuff" installation option); if nothing else, this'll give you
    > Media
    > 22>>>>>>Player
    > 22>>>>>>Classic, which IMO is a damned good media player (certainly runs
    > rings
    > 22>>>>>>'round Windows Media Player).
    > 22>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>Installed on my system is an earlier K-Lite pack. Obtaining the Mega
    > pack
    > 22>>>>proved somewhat tiresome with all the subtle tilts in redirects to
    > 22>>>>download zombie tools, but I got there in the end.
    > 22>>>>I have not installed that pack.
    > 22>>>>Every install of Windows XP has the MPC option installed, off the
    > Hirens
    > 22>>>>CD.
    > 22>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>I've also in the past encountered some shows which either abort
    > 22>>>>>>download
    > 22>>>>>>right at the beginning or part-way through; in all cases, coming
    > back
    > 22>>>>>>to the
    > 22>>>>>>same show a few hours later yielded success. Have you tried
    > different
    > 22>>>>>>shows
    > 22>>>>>>with the same results?
    > 22>>>>>>
    > 22>>>>Yes and yes.
    > 22>>>>Working through all the possibilities imaginable (from this
    > discussion) I
    > 22>>>>believe
    > 22>>>>the problem is now apparent in it's simplicity.
    > 22>>>>
    > 22>>>>>>Also... Do you have any download accelerators (like GetRight)
    > 22>>>>>>installed?
    > 22>>>>>>They might be intercepting the plug-in's attempt to save the
    > stream.
    > 22>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>I followed your instuctions as well, including the codec package,
    > but
    > 22>>>>>my end result is almost the same as June's, as well as having a 0
    > kb
    > 22>>>>>download I get a message: "Sorry, there has been a problem
    > connecting
    > 22>>>>>to iview. please check your internet connection and try again."
    > 22>>>>>
    > 22>>>>There is why I was asking about access ports. I do not run a proxy
    > 22>>>>enabler, but I do run a software FW and there is a hardware FW
    > 22>>>>in my modem. I also handroll proxy use from open machines
    > 22>>>>found on the Internet.
    > 22>>>>I was sure the problem was one of handshake denial from iView.
    > 22>>>>
    > 22>>>>>I am using proxomitron as a proxy though.
    > 22>>>>>
    > 22>>>>>Ah I just tried it without proxomitron and was successful, so
    > thanks
    > 22>>>>>very much for the instructions.
    > 22>>>>>
    > 22>>>>Your posted comment had me looking at this once more with a
    > 22>>>>fresh week to work in.
    > 22>>>>I now have the clip I went looking for last week.
    > 22>>>>It seems to me iView links to the ISP using a log file -.srt,
    > 22>>>>so while that file records the streaming (in allowing the
    > reconnection
    > 22>>>>and continuation of viewing) it also denies "copies" being made.
    > 22>>>>Is the best way I can explain that trying attempts on that same
    > machine
    > 22>>>>(from the same ISP identity) blocks the download.
    > 22>>>>My ISP uses dynamic connection naming.
    > 22>>>>I cleaned the machine of files created in previous attempts.
    > 22>>>>I then connected to iView for the download to begin and complete.
    > 22>>>>
    > 22>>>>Many thanks for the assistance with this problem.
    > 22>>>>I post in appreciation with the hope the thread helps someone else.
    > 22>>>>
    > 22>>>>
    > 22>>>>
    > 22>>>>June
    > 22>>>
    > 22>>>Darn it! Trying to capture the Q&A program tonight just will not
    > 22>>>see iViewFox doing it - http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/view/934019
    > 22>>>
    > 22>>>Firefox connects on clicking "enable" in the iViewFox popup
    > 22>>>then shuts the streaming down.
    > 22>>>Unticking "enable" has Firefox showing the video.
    > 22>>>Uninstalling Firefox11 and reinstalling with the iViewFox addon
    > 22>>>has not made a difference to the behavior.
    > 22>>>Anyone else experiencing similar troubles?
    > 22>>>tia
    > 22>>>
    > 22>>>June
    > 22>>
    > 22>> hey hey, I am drowning over here!
    > 22>> not so LOL
    > 22>>
    > 22>> I have reinstalled Windows XP ProSP3 from a clean image file.
    > 22>> I have uninstalled FFversion3 from that install.
    > 22>> I have installed FFversion11 to the new install.
    > 22>> I have followed Bob's tips talked about in the thread
    > 22>> (worked before) but still iViewFox will not play cutsie pie.
    > 22>>
    > 22>> Desperate forces me to open more jars, I have uploaded
    > 22>> a log file of a kind. Would someone who could interpret
    > 22>> the output please help me understand the log?
    > 22>>
    > 22>> http://www.freeimagehosting.net/77csm
    > 22>>
    > 22>> tia
    > 22>>
    > 22>> June
    >>
    >>Your "log file of a kind" actually does give considerable insight into
    >>possible problems. Which version of Kerio are you using? The old "Kerio
    >>Personal Firewall" (which was bought out by SunBelt Software many years
    >>ago), or WinRoute Firewall, the network product?
    >>

    > Mine is old, totally freeware in fact.. fruits of a long gone BF.
    > The dedicated IT geek kind. so much so he is the "ex" :-)


    I ran Kerio's Personal Firewall on a number of workstations while I still
    had Windows 2000 installed; those days though are long-gone, and I now rely
    on an enterprise-grade network gateway (pfSense) and network-level AV (Clam)
    to secure the fort.

    >
    >>In both cases, Kerio would be providing a transparent proxy service, which
    >>is required for it to perform logging and filtration of web access - but
    >>in
    >>this case detrimental to how iViewFox works. As Charlie confirmed, it
    >>doesn't look like it can capture the stream through a proxy.
    >>

    > Yes ummm'ss... I know about proxy use.
    >
    >>Have you tried disabling Kerio Firewall altogether?
    >>

    > Yes. I will do that again and post those outputs for the DOS emulator.
    >
    >>If you're (as you most likely are) using a hardware modem/router, you
    >>don't
    >>need to worry about a potential security risk being introduced by
    >>disabling
    >>Kerio - the hardware router prevents unsolicited packets; Kerio merely
    >>prevents unauthorised software from making outbound connections.
    >>

    > Yes.
    >
    >>Let us know if iViewFox comes good after you've disabled Kerio.
    >>

    > 2nd glass of semignon.. tomorrow night, maybe :-)
    >
    > Thank you Bob, I had given up on this group, sorry.
    >
    >
    >
    > June


    The killfile comes in handy - weed out the idiotic few 'n' you'll be left
    with somewhat worthwhile banter in here ;-)

    --
    Bob Milutinovic
    Cognicom


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