OK, I`m lazy, but that pnm-protocol??
|gunnar||03/05/2004 11:40 pm|
ending in pnm, no rtps????
Hey, me too lazy to even figure out anything...
|Gunnar||03/05/2004 11:45 pm|
|Besides that, I am in realvideo-heaven with OE|
|Oleg Chernavin||03/06/2004 02:13 am|
|I am sorry - PNM is not supported yet. But I plan to implement it in future. I just cannot tell you any particular version where it will be.
|Oleg Chernavin||10/06/2004 11:08 am|
|I just implemented PNM protocol support. Here is the updated oe.exe file:
Please let me know if you find links that do not work with it.
|Veblin||10/06/2004 06:47 pm|
|StreamBox VCR has been able to download some PNM Protocol Streams for many years. It just cannot download PNM Protocol from most newer servers. The last version of RealServer 8 and any 9 and 10 versions.
My tests so far seems to show that OEP can now download streams that StreamBox VCR can download but it cannot download streams that StreamBox VCR cannot. It is a start though and thankyou for your efforts.
Some examples: anything on this this site.
|Oleg Chernavin||10/07/2004 09:50 am|
|Yes, these servers are a problem. I am going to work on this more and hopefully I will be able to solve the problem. Anyway, this implementation of PNM is still better than nothing. :-)
|Oleg Chernavin||10/07/2004 01:39 pm|
Can you please update your streaming media recording software list with the support of PNM in OEP-OEE. Also, you have the following in your "StreamBox VCR download problems or no video problems" topic:
StreamBox VCR, OEP-OEE will not accept URL`s where the t for TCP or u for UDP transport is specified with the protocol in the stream URL.
Offline Explorer understands and accepts the mmst://... links. Can you please correct that statement. Thank you!
|Veblin||10/07/2004 02:56 pm|
|Oleg Chernavin||10/08/2004 02:07 am|