(a rtsp real video strem) with offline explorer I obtain the .rm file but when I try to wath it with realplayer it crash realplayer. Have you some idea?
If I try to download from this url ....
with OE I get the video file but it doesn`t work. Of course if I click directly on the file from Internet explore Realplayer start and I can see the video. Doe`s exist some solution?
Unzip the file and replace the old oe.exe file with the new one. Please let me know how it works.
Now it`s perfect. Great work!
Thanks a lot.
that have the same problem. I tried to download twice but when I play it doens`t work.
Yes, using your direct url it works.
I`ll you know if I have some similar problems.
Thanks a lot, K.
> OK. I just fixed the problem. Can you please download the updated version here:
> Unzip the file and replace the old oe.exe file with the new one. Please let me know how it works.
> Thank you!
Thank you. We released 2.8 version officially and removed these temporary versions. You can simply download the latest version here:
I do have one or two questions that are not critical but I would appreciate your answer when you have a moment. When I download the RTSP stream, the web-site redirects to another server with a different domain name. At that point the package starts downloading:
the only difference being the port numbers. The result is that exactly the same file is loaded into two directories. Twice the bandwidth is used downloading the extra file. I tried putting exclusion keywords in the "View Excluded Server Keywords", and several other methods to exclude the port number. Nothing worked. The only thing that does work is to explicitly abort the second stream. Is there any better way to exclude the second stream?
to the Excluded server keywords list to allow loading only from port :554.
I have only one more question. The following Windows Media stream link works fine (i.e. no network problems) but when I set up a task to download it, it displays "connecting to host..." and creates some short files in the download directory. The link is:
however, if that link isn`t active, there are a lot of other links that I use from the page:
[I know that it says audio but clicking gives both audio and video.] Can OEP store live feeds? Does this go for Real Player streams as well?
Thank again, Mark
I tried to open the URL in MS Media Player and it just told me that the Format is invalid. Strange...
The Nevada Legislature webcasts all of its sessions and hearings. The hearings begin at 7:00 AM Pacific Time but even when there are no hearings, they show color bars. It`s 7:47 AM here and I am watching a hearing right now. I just opened the URL that I gave you with Windows Media Player (latest version). If OEP can`t support this, then I already have gotten more than my money`s worth, but if I can record legislative sessions, that would be really great.
> I tried to open the URL in MS Media Player and it just told me that the Format is invalid. Strange...
I have found a temporary solution. Please use the following direct URL there:
It is a "live" stream, so you will have to right-click it and Finalize to save.
Offline Explorer imroperly detected the URL protocol and I will fix it. Just let me know if the above solution helps.
I just wanted you to know that not only does your workaround work beautifully, but I am now able to record all of the Nevada Legislative Sessions at the same time. I`ve made this known to the technical folks at the Nevada Legislature Information Services Department and suggested that they put special links in the Nevada Legislative Website to work with OEP and any other third-party program that supports their protocols. In my opinion, this is an very important option for the citizens of Nevada to know about and I`m writing the legislature a formal request that this be done.
I can`t begin to tell you how great it was to be able to record a half-dozen committee hearings all at once. My sincerest thanks for your dedication and technical proficiency.
Thank you very much for your kind words! I was really glad to help you!