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"* .flv" links do not open.

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serkanguzel

I use last pro version.

 

 "* .flv" links do not open.

 

With VLC open.

 

Please check example this link ;

http://85.113.29.234/live/6001.flv

 

Thanks.

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majstang

Check out Options->Movies and add the .flv extension and see if you could make it run. 

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serkanguzel

Thanks.

 

I add .flv extension.

 

But, But it's still not open.

 

 

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majstang

Could you describe more detailed what you are trying to do?

Playing .flv files are usually no problem with a default DVBViewer using LAV filters.

EDIT: Aha, you are probably trying to open an URL...do paste the link in  DVBViewer->Playback->Open URL->OK

and the link you posted plays fine.

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serkanguzel

Thank you.

It opened in this way.

 

But the same list; It was attached to the channel list.

 

Why does not it open on the channel list?

 

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Griga

 

18 minutes ago, serkanguzel said:

Why does not it open on the channel list?

 

Because the channel list only supports DVB compliant streaming formats that contain a transport stream or an AAC/MP3 audio stream (e.g. internet radio). Read more about it here in the "Streaming" section. .flv is Flash, which is no DVB compliant format.

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serkanguzel

Thanks info.

 

So, to open this channel, should we add the link externally ?

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majstang

Yes, that is required! You could use this script (autohotkey) to play each Flash channel.

AlaToo24 := "http://85.113.29.234/live/6001.flv"
iDVBViewer := ComObjActive("DVBViewerServer.DVBViewer")
iDVBViewer.PlayFile(AlaToo24)

With autohotkey you could do quite avanced channel panels assembling all flash channels with icons and start them from there.   

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serkanguzel

Thanks majstang

 

Your wrote; will this example be in a file ?

 

I do not fully understand.

 

Please prepare, a example.

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Griga

I think the easiest way is to use a text editor, create a .m3u file that contains FLV URLs and let DVBViewer load it, e.g.

 

#EXTM3U

#EXTINF:-1,Channel Name 1

http://85.113.29.234/live/6001.flv

#EXTINF:-1,Channel Name 2

http://......flv

 

etc. Drag and drop the .m3u file on the DVBViewer icon or into the DVBViewer main window. DVBViewer will play the first channel in the file. All channels contained in the .m3u file appear in the DVBViewer playlist (see Playback menu -> Playlist) and can be selected there.

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majstang
2 hours ago, serkanguzel said:

Please prepare, a example.

 

Grigas example is easier if you feel its too hard to get involved in programming/scripting. On the other hand my example is very easy to understand and develop further by studying the script and learning at Autohotkey forum.

- Download the Autohotkey Installer

- and install Autohotkey 32-bit Unicode

- Download the FlashChannelPanel.zip

- Unzip it to a FlashChannelPanel folder

- Start script by doubleclick the FlashChannelPanel.ahk

- Single Leftclick on the Ala-Too 24 icon starts the channel in an already running DVBViewer Pro client. If DVBViewer is closed the Ala-Too 24 icon click wont have any effect. 

 

So now you have a flash channel panel that you could add more channel icons into (with some more coding) if you have more of these .flv channels 

 

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Good luck and

A Happy New Year

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serkanguzel

Thanks @griga and @majstang

 

I opened it with @griga's recipe.

 

But, I will try to apply the "Autohotkey" method too.

 

Happy New Year.

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