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location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 29, 2012
I suggest you start a new thread, explaining what procedure you are trying to follow, what you have done, and what went wrong.
Please do post the errors here, you can modify URLs and IP addresses if you need to.
MLB.TV in Linux Page 244
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 27, 2012
I upgraded Ubuntu to 12.04 yesterday and now mplayer2 is behaving like Adobe flashplayer on archived games. I still can't get live games.
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location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 15, 2013
Well.. the good news is, after beating my head against my keyboard for almost 2 hours I finally got the mlbhls to work, right after I finally figured out that the link for it IS NOT in the README file, but rather INSTALL file, and that it is, in fact, NOT THE RIGHT ONE EITHER!! Apparently you need the experimental version, not the trunk version, or you get a -F error when you try to use mlbhls.
MLB.TV in Linux Page 83
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 16, 2009
My concern is that my system might not be able to handle the premium feed. Non-premium looks great in mplayer, but unwatchably jerky in flash, even without fullscreening.
MLB.TV in Linux Page 101
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 28, 2009
rtmpdump is creating broken files. We're still not sure if it's rtmpdump's fault or if that's the way the files are being given to rtmpdump by the server.
MLB.TV in Linux Page 254
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 12, 2013
So that you don't have to make that edit every time you update, I have added the configuration file option use_wired_web. It defaults to 0 but you can change it to 1 for basic subscribers who want to use nexdef.
In fact, if premium subscribers want to do some testing for me, they can add use_wired_web=1 to their configuration file as well. I want to know if you notice any performance or quality differences. If you see no difference, I could make use_wired_web=1 the default for everyone.
Also, did you know that those XML replies from the test tools are saved to ~/.mlb/successful-1.xml and ~/.mlb/successful-2.xml (or unsuccessful-1.xml and unsuccessful-2.xml) for all media requests? Yeah, me neither. Sometimes I make debug additions I forget I made. You can use test/mediaxml.py on either one of those files to see a decoded version of the xml similar to that pastebin I posted above.
MLB.TV in Linux Page 75
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 7, 2009
I think I spoke too soon on the Mets/Reds stream from yesterday. While it's streaming, it looks like that stream is corrupt. I checked it in the flash viewer and it's screwed up there too.
It's over 5 hours long. It has the mlb channel dudes making predictions for the season for about 20 minutes with some corruption that makes mplayer crash for me, then it has the "mlb.tv stay tuned for action" video repeating over and over for 1 1/2 hours before the game finally starts. I verified that it's like this in the flash player also.
During the rtmpdump stream, rtmpdump crashed with an error message saying basically that the stream had ended and we should try rtmpdump with --resume option. From the log, it looked like we were running with --resume, but it was not working. rtmpdump just core dumped over and over until I hit ctrl-c. The I selected the game again in mlbdvr and it resumed at the spot it crashed. Thinking this might be the cause of the corruption, I stopped
MLB.TV in Linux Page 3
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 23, 2006
You mentioned earlier that you tried mplayer. Do mplayer and mplayerplug-in work on other sites? (yahoo news, cnn). It seems to me that your plugin is working but mplayer was not. If you cant get mplayer to work on other sites, then obviously you should recompile again making sure you enable the win32 codecs.
MLB.TV in Linux Page 103
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 29, 2009
In the mean time, try something like this:
It will play both the autobah and rtmpdump streams and probably has better performance than the flash plugin since there is no brower overhead. Adobe also has a standalone flash player that you could try. I used Applian on a VM for testing the autobahn streams before the ffmpeg fix and it worked fine. I had some fullscreen lag, but that might have been due to the virtual video adapter.
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location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 9, 2010
Can't look at it this weekend. Sorry. I'm away at a dance competition (e.g. what else I do for fun when I'm not watching baseball games.) Maybe next week. Use flash if you can.
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