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    Haven't tested it for myself sofar, but there seem to be a solution...

    http://netimports.blogspot.com/2010/...roadcasts.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by St.PauliWolves View Post
    Haven't tested it for myself sofar, but there seem to be a solution...

    http://netimports.blogspot.com/2010/...roadcasts.html
    Yes, that method does work, but for once it's a lot easier to do under Linux than windoze

    The only caveat is that you can't close the browser window while watching the stream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye34 View Post
    Yes, that method does work, but for once it's a lot easier to do under Linux than windoze

    The only caveat is that you can't close the browser window while watching the stream.
    so will the stream in the browser window continue to run or will it stop like when watching sopcast/vlc

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    Quote Originally Posted by St.PauliWolves View Post
    Haven't tested it for myself sofar, but there seem to be a solution...
    Cheers mate, working great!

    Quote Originally Posted by Madchestermod View Post
    so will the stream in the browser window continue to run or will it stop like when watching sopcast/vlc
    9. Now VLC should start playing the stream(Pic1), after anywhere from 10-60sec the stream in your browser will stop (LEAVE IT OPEN and don't reload, just leave it as is)(Pic2), after the browser's player stops, VLC will stop shortly after (15-30sec later) Just click on Play (Pic3) and your set! now you can watch/record the stream just don't close your browser with the Veetle window.

    That's what happens, as described in the how-to.

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    For linux users it's very easy to play Veetle streams in VLC.

    - All you have to do is to open your browser in Terminal
    - Locate Veetle address with port number and copy/paste it to VLC

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    Work like a charm!

    Perfect and many thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by screensports View Post
    For linux users it's very easy to play Veetle streams in VLC.

    - All you have to do is to open your browser in Terminal
    - Locate Veetle address with port number and copy/paste it to VLC
    Which URL saw this channel :
    http://www.veetle.com/index.php/chan...#4d48268b3e83a
    watch with the VLC?

    Code:
    ~$ ping veetle.com
    PING veetle.com (77.67.109.220) 56(84) bytes of data.
    and:



    btw.

    Code:
    :~$ mplayer http://www.veetle.com/index.php/channel/view#4d48268b3e83a
    MPlayer SVN-r1.0~rc3+svn20090426-4.4.3 (C) 2000-2009 MPlayer Team
    mplayer: could not connect to socket
    mplayer: No such file or directory
    Failed to open LIRC support. You will not be able to use your remote control.
    
    Playing http://www.veetle.com/index.php/channel/view#4d48268b3e83a.
    Resolving www.veetle.com for AF_INET6...
    Couldn't resolve name for AF_INET6: www.veetle.com
    Resolving www.veetle.com for AF_INET...
    Connecting to server www.veetle.com[77.67.109.220]: 80...
    Server returned 400: Bad Request
    STREAM_ASF, URL: http://www.veetle.com/index.php/channel/view#4d48268b3e83a
    Resolving www.veetle.com for AF_INET6...
    Couldn't resolve name for AF_INET6: www.veetle.com
    Resolving www.veetle.com for AF_INET...
    Connecting to server www.veetle.com[77.67.109.221]: 80...
    Server returned 400:Bad Request
    Failed to parse header.
    Failed, exiting.
    Resolving www.veetle.com for AF_INET6...
    Couldn't resolve name for AF_INET6: www.veetle.com
    Resolving www.veetle.com for AF_INET...
    Connecting to server www.veetle.com[77.67.109.220]: 80...
    Server returned 400: Bad Request
    No stream found to handle url http://www.veetle.com/index.php/channel/view#4d48268b3e83a
    Thanks !
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    works great


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    now if only, someone could find a way I could stream that to my sony bravia

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    yep, yesterday i watch barca-arsenal in vlc, is now any possible way to stream this from vlc to my ps3???
    thx

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    think you can with ps3 media server, the boys over there have a thread on it.

    Cant find anything on my bravia though.

    Even tried with my xbox slim, but dont seem to be able to get that to work

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    Thumbs up Even easier way for Windows users

    1. Download Coojah 6 .
    2. Start Coojah 6.
    3. Start Veetle Stream.
    Code:
    http://veetle.com/index.php/channel/view#4d22f38097028
    4. Look at Coojah 6 to see the streaming URL from Veetle.


    Code:
    http://127.0.0.1:1418/77.67.109.221,4d22f38097028
    5. Copy(Ctrl+C) & Paste(Ctrl+V) that streaming URL into VLC.



    Easy...
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    Is it easy to do this for Mac?

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    very easy with coojah 6 and works great! Thanks!

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    If you liked coojah,try to do your homework with other tools.
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    Default Watching Veetle with the Browser closed.

    Using the Smart Sniff tool "DMW" posted awhile back. Get Link Here
    I was able to find a way to watch the stream in vlc without leaving the "browser" open and was free to checkout other streams on veetle (in case I find something else I would rather watch). Now this works for me as described using windows os, other members may need to adjust settings diffrently

    open smart sniff and in the options menu make the following changes:
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    Display Mode = URL list
    Display Protocols = Uncheck UDP and ICMP
    Display Filter = include:remote:tcp:80
    Capture Filter = include:remote:tcp:80
    Capture Options = Raw Sockets
    Go to veetle, find a stream you want to watch, (if you have the veetle plugin installed) click the HD button on player to switch to SD streaming, now stop the stream.

    start capture with smart sniff, then start the stream:
    now in smart sniff click on index 1 if you see an address looking like this stop the capture:
    Code:
    http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/flv/xxxxxxxxxx?xxxxxxxx
    
    only need to use the url up to ?, but you can use the full url if you want.
    or check the next index till you see the url, then stop capture, copy the url, open vlc (open network stream) paste the url and play.
    close veetle and enjoy. *Note: most sd streams are good quality.

    you can even save more urls to playlist. since they work as long as the stream/channel exist, and if still active you can play without opening your browser hours later or the next day, etc.
    ! This could be useful for re-streaming, with vlc !

    Thanks to DEAD_MAN_WALKING for posting this useful tool.

    Edit: Vlc seems to have changed the way they stream so this don't work directly at the moment.
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    Edit: Vlc seems to have changed the way they stream so this don't work directly at the moment.
    Yepp, I found that out too.
    But can't be so much, otherwise it wouldn't work without updating the veetle player.
    I assume they write some crap as mime type, so VLC/other player can't playback the stream.
    But if you download the stream (or a few seconds), rename the file to something.flv, Vlc plays the file without any issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lev2000 View Post
    Yepp, I found that out too.
    But can't be so much, otherwise it wouldn't work without updating the veetle player.
    I assume they write some crap as mime type, so VLC/other player can't playback the stream.
    But if you download the stream (or a few seconds), rename the file to something.flv, Vlc plays the file without any issues.
    Actually the SD stream is an embedded flash player stream and the HD stream requires the download and installation of a plugin (based on vlc)
    The plugin has to main exe files (Player.exe & VeetleNet.exe) which exchange info like (port and stream info when in use) that's why you can't close the webpage, or any of the exe files, when playing a stream in vlc as described in the first post.

    The thing about it is you can't watch the stream live but can dump/download the stream and play back with vlc while it is still being dumped/downloaded.

    (I modified the version I have so their is a 10 seconds delay before playback of the stream)

    here is a screen capture form my desktop (ignore the quality of video as it was done with free, crappy, screen capture software) video
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    I see, we had the same idea..
    Dumping the stream with wget and start VLC with a 10 s delay.

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    force the use of flv (I used this with ffplay)

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