How to record Streams?!

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19.08.2009, 09:43

How to record Streams?!

Hello everyone i tried many times to record Streams but without succes.So now i ask you how this works.I have FVL Player Media Player Classic and some others.And i need some Hardware piece?I hope someone can help me.Greetings

13.06.2019, 18:03

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Damn id be interested as every time i use the manifest files in VLC they get corrupted and wont play back

13.06.2019, 17:47

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im deffo interested please

11.06.2019, 20:16

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if anyone knows how to record S66 streams in linux without the need to use VLC, Please could you PM... Thanks

04.06.2019, 17:15

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please let me know too. I would be extremely grateful

03.06.2019, 19:21

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I'm interested too

03.06.2019, 15:04

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I'm interested too

28.05.2019, 10:33

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I’m interested

28.05.2019, 01:27

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richardhead wrote:Anyone interested in learning to record with RTMP put your user name here.I got some free time at the moment It would be good for this site to get people posting again.

HI Richardhead,
If you are willing to share with us an easy way to record stream again, so why not!
The majority of members here they surrendered recording after several changes on webstream links.
Your proposition is very appreciated and will keep members more active here in this forum including myself Smile
Cheers

24.05.2019, 02:50

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im down

24.05.2019, 01:08

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yes i'd like to

21.05.2019, 21:58

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Me too

21.05.2019, 16:45

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Anyone interested in learning to record with RTMP put your user name here.I got some free time at the moment It would be good for this site to get people posting again.

08.05.2019, 01:08

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andyxm715 wrote:
pdc200 wrote:Been a bit bored and randomly tried coming up with stuff in rtmpdump, I'm new to all of this. I get a connection closed error. Any ideas?

rtmpdump -r "rtmp://ss1.firestormmedia.tv/studio66tv" -a "studio66tv/" -f "WIN 32,0,0,171" -W "https://www.rampant.tv/player/flash/player/player.swf?" -p "https://www.rampant.tv/channel/345/Evelyn" -C S:d2hhdFdvdWxkUGhpbERv -y "studio66tv_channel1_1" -o s66.flv

If you do a Full rtmpdump, you also get data like this... -C S:828 -C S:0 -C S:0 -C S:59 -C S:0 -C S:0 -C S:b5e1f9688293a3a86fe9ad622780b1ce73de25cc2c7893f4, it's this data that changes when the stream cuts out, ends or you lose connection for what ever reason, if someone which is good at making scripts that can find this information without user action then you could record 24/7 again.

This also applies to BS streams as well.

I can't even get rtmpdump to record fullstop.

I've resorted to using tubedigger for studio66 and replay media catcher for babestation. BS records long, studio66 is all over the place. Tubedigger works in record mode but it is a hardcap at 10 minutes (the connection dies), I've been able to record a full 7 hour session this way................but with stops every 10 minutes which means you need to append all of the files and of course there are skips with each join.

I normally trim the "boring" bits from sessions anyways but appending is kinda........eh

07.05.2019, 23:35

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pdc200 wrote:Been a bit bored and randomly tried coming up with stuff in rtmpdump, I'm new to all of this. I get a connection closed error. Any ideas?

rtmpdump -r "rtmp://ss1.firestormmedia.tv/studio66tv" -a "studio66tv/" -f "WIN 32,0,0,171" -W "https://www.rampant.tv/player/flash/player/player.swf?" -p "https://www.rampant.tv/channel/345/Evelyn" -C S:d2hhdFdvdWxkUGhpbERv -y "studio66tv_channel1_1" -o s66.flv

If you do a Full rtmpdump, you also get data like this... -C S:828 -C S:0 -C S:0 -C S:59 -C S:0 -C S:0 -C S:b5e1f9688293a3a86fe9ad622780b1ce73de25cc2c7893f4, it's this data that changes when the stream cuts out, ends or you lose connection for what ever reason, if someone which is good at making scripts that can find this information without user action then you could record 24/7 again.

This also applies to BS streams as well.