Randy Pratt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Sun, 12 Nov 2006 14:49:45 +0100
> dick hoogendijk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 
> > I have the latest ports. I run freebsd-6.1
> > I compiled almost every option / dataformat into mplayer.
> > Still no streaming media. Although about:plugin states the format is
> > supported (and mplayer is compiled to support the format too).
> > No support for i,e.:
> > 
> > http://cgi.omroep.nl/cgi-bin/streams?/tv/vara/dewerelddraaitdoor/bb.20061109.asf?start=0:0:1478.6&end=0:0:1875.8
> > 
> > Streaming media with realplayer also does not seem to work.
> > Anybody has ideas where to look for?
> 
> I usually look for the real URL of the stream if its not obvious:
> 
> $ fetch -o -
> 'http://cgi.omroep.nl/cgi-bin/streams?/tv/vara/dewerelddraaitdoor/bb.20061109.asf?start=0:0:1478.6&end=0:0:1875.8'
> -                                               0% of  195  B    0
> Bps<ASX version = "3.0"> <ENTRY>
> <Ref href =
> "mms://topstreams.omroep.nl/tv/vara/dewerelddraaitdoor/bb.20061109.asf"/>
> <STARTTIME VALUE="0:0:1478.6"/> <DURATION VALUE="00:06:37"/>
> </ENTRY>
> 
> </ASX>
> 
> Then play it like:
> mplayer
> "mms://topstreams.omroep.nl/tv/vara/dewerelddraaitdoor/bb.20061109.asf"

You can usually skip the fetch run if you use mplayer's playlist option. 

Fabian
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