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Anyway to find the source of the streaming Video ?!?!

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December 1, 2010 2:26:47 AM

Hello,

I'm trying to find the source of the live broadcast from the website: http://www.imb-plus.tv/. Is there any way to see what is behind the actual wmp broadcast you see on image below for instance????-I'm guessing there will be some coding but will that be visible?

Thanks in advance




December 1, 2010 4:18:32 AM

1) Maybe right click on the media and do "properties"?

2) View the page source in your browser, find the url, then do an nslookup on the server's name.

3) If all of the above fails, install Wireshark with WinPcap and play the video... you should see a TON of packets as the video is streamed. Check the ports and protocols to make sure you're getting the right host if need be.

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December 1, 2010 4:30:31 PM

Brian_tii said:
1) Maybe right click on the media and do "properties"?

2) View the page source in your browser, find the url, then do an nslookup on the server's name.

3) If all of the above fails, install Wireshark with WinPcap and play the video... you should see a TON of packets as the video is streamed. Check the ports and protocols to make sure you're getting the right host if need be.



Ok will try that, thx for reply.... BUT btw do you might know how to insert a broadcast TV like that on you own website. I don't want to steal the content I would let say subscribe with the source but have the access on the web would be nice.....

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December 1, 2010 7:32:23 PM

Several streaming sites allow you to imbed streams on other sites. Check ww.ustream.com, there are plenty of sites that link to streams they set up on to run on ustream.
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