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-ct-
Member # 209
 - posted October 02, 2005 12:14
probably been seen before by 11tybillion ppl, but 1st i've seen of it [Smile]

http://www.thatvideosite.com/view/827.html
 
Matias
Member # 4216
 - posted October 02, 2005 14:57
OMG that is the most f*cked up thing I have seen in a long time but I laughed my a$$ off! [Applause]
 
dragonman97
Member # 780
 - posted October 02, 2005 17:19
Bah...it's WMP, and not working here...and I CBA to hack the URL out of it.
 
drunkennewfiemidget
Member # 2814
 - posted October 02, 2005 20:36
quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
Bah...it's WMP, and not working here...and I CBA to hack the URL out of it.

http://ds1.thatvideosite.com/streamvideo.php?id=827&filename=aG93X3RvX3NjYXJlX290aGVyX2RyaXZlcnMud212&key=1128310551
 
Frost
Member # 1267
 - posted October 03, 2005 03:12
All i get is 'playlist format is not recognized'
 
dragonman97
Member # 780
 - posted October 03, 2005 07:53
Well...it does work on Windows...*sigh*

Anyway, it is pretty fscking hysterical!
 
Matias
Member # 4216
 - posted October 03, 2005 17:54
Yeah you can tell what kind I have... [shake head]

Edit: I meant I have a win pc so I was able to see it. Hence the shaking head...lol
 
dragonman97
Member # 780
 - posted October 03, 2005 18:01
quote:
Originally posted by Matias:
Yeah you can tell what kind I have... [shake head]

Yes, I know - it doesn't work on my Mac either...

I don't currently have the w32-codecs package on my Linux laptop now, so I'm not even going to try that.
 
greycat
Member # 945
 - posted October 03, 2005 18:01
I grabbed a likely-looking URL out of the page, wgot it, which produced a file called 827.html. I read that, grabbed a likely-looking URL out of it, wgot it, and ended up with a ugly-named 1 MB file, which played fine in mplayer on my i386 Linux box with the non-free w32codecs installed.

Clever video. Too bad people are such idiots about making web sites. What's wrong with a plain old-fashioned

code:
<body>...<a href="http://x.y.z/videos/1234.wmv">The Video</a>...</body>

?
 
alfrin
Member # 3836
 - posted October 03, 2005 18:13
quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
quote:
Originally posted by Matias:
Yeah you can tell what kind I have... [shake head]

Yes, I know - it doesn't work on my Mac either...

I don't currently have the w32-codecs package on my Linux laptop now, so I'm not even going to try that.

Heh, shame w32-codecs don't like to install very much on a 64 bit Gentoo...
 
supaboy
Member # 183
 - posted October 04, 2005 08:39
quote:
Originally posted by greycat:
I grabbed a likely-looking URL out of the page, ..What's wrong with a plain old-fashioned...

I usually do the same thing, too. I'd rather watch wget's progress meter than watch a media player buffering until the end of time. Then I can watch the thing off a local hard drive and not fight all of our network traffic.

I think the embed tags are to keep you stuck on the page a little longer while you browse. Then they can throw a few more advertisements at you while you wait for a media player buffering until the end of time.

I've also found mplayer's --dumpstream option to be rather handy at times.
 




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