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Taking requests - Stormwave - 2011-09-19 00:50
I feel like making a few plugins for XBMC, but it seems most of my ideas have already been implemented, so I figured I'd make a request thread.
I'm mainly interested in writing video addons for now (although I am open to suggestions), so feel free to request a plugin and I'll do what I can to make it.
- Strzelec4 - 2011-09-19 01:41
can you make a plugin that would stream Polish tv from http://weeb.tv/channels
I would greatly appreciate it
- mrdally204 - 2011-09-19 01:59
How about a kids add on. I'm mainly looking for nickelodeon, nick jr, and some Disney station add ons. The Nick ons no longer work correctly as the author is from outside the USA and unable to troubleshoot it any longer. Any other kiddy scripts are welcome! Thanks for offering up the help, a new script no matter what it is only adds value to the XBMC community!
- severe - 2011-09-19 02:31
Maybe try your hand at:
HBO GO & Max GO?
Would be great.
- igotdvds - 2011-09-19 02:39
- toymachine2009 - 2011-09-19 03:33
severe Wrote:Maybe try your hand at:
- mimesis - 2011-09-19 03:48
SNF All Access would be nice for watching NBC's Sunday Night Football game for free.
- Stormwave - 2011-09-19 04:20
HBO Go sounds like a great idea, but I can't access it unfortunately, being outside the US. I could always find a US proxy to use to develop it, but I'd rather not if possible. I'll consider it though. I hate these regional restrictions.
I had a look at weeb.tv. It seems like it should be pretty straightforward if I can find the source of the streams, but it may be difficult. I'm going to try decompiling the player.swf file and see if I can find out where it's getting the stream sources from.
I'm not too sure about doing red box, being outside the US it'll be hard for me to set up an account and test.
- docmichael - 2011-09-19 04:26
Livetvcafe.net would be a great plugin!
- wilson.joe - 2011-09-19 05:17
sprword . com would be a nice add on..
- bobb0 - 2011-09-19 07:26
Stormwave Wrote:I had a look at weeb.tv. It seems like it should be pretty straightforward if I can find the source of the streams, but it may be difficult. I'm going to try decompiling the player.swf file and see if I can find out where it's getting the stream sources from.
Use Charles Web Debugging Proxy to capture the AMF request/responses. You'll also need to figure out how to use pyamf if you're looking at AMF/RTMP streams... a good example is BlueCop's Free Cable plugin. It's been a great resource in my own adventures in AMF/RTMP recently.
- Stormwave - 2011-09-19 09:30
Thanks a lot, I'll check that out.
I found the streams for weeb.tv, but was having trouble getting the AMF/RTMP to load properly.
In the meantime, I started working on a sprword.com plugin, which is coming along nicely. I've got most of the videos to work fine in XBMC, except for the Vimeo ones (at present). Taking a break for a bit now, but I could have the sprword plugin finished later today (or tomorrow).
- whufclee - 2011-09-19 09:54
Great idea stormwave. If you do develop a new video plugin may I suggest you take a look at stagevu from AJ's Repo. I don't know how he's done it (I haven't looked) but he's added a feature where you can "download quietly" meaning the download will take place in the background while you can still use xbmc as normal. I've tried it on PC and even xbox platofrms and it works perfectly - it's even possible to stream other content whilst downloading or do simultaneous downloads. I'd love to see this code become the standard for video plugins. If you take a look at some of his other plugins he's also added a playlist function which will play the whole film/tv show if it's in parts.
Anyway sorry I can't think of any requests but a kids one would certainly be welcome - there doesn't seem to be much for the kids that works in UK. Good luck with it all.
- falafael - 2011-09-19 10:13
Hi, how aboiut a plug-in for http://tunein.com/
Its what i use on my android phone, and think it would be of use to xbmc in general!
- gobbledigook - 2011-09-19 18:33
well as you are offering
would complete me... ummmm i mean, complete my media centre