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Begging scripters for internet-TV "links" script...
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The TV-flash "link" sites are popping up everywhere

http://www.tv-links.co.uk, http://www.peekvid.com, http://www.dailymotionepisodes.com, tv-links.co.uk, http://www.allfg.org and http://www.dailyepisodes.com

my favorite is peekvid.com.
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#2
+1 Tv-links ftw. Been hunting for a script a while now,
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#3
download LinksBoks. and watch your Peekvid like thatTongue

tobad it doesn't support Flash nor Mpg
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#4
it would be awesome
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#5
OMFG!! didnt even know such a site exists - that would be AWESOME!!! every episode of every show at my doorstep!

+100
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#6
Geeessss... just browsed http://www.tv-links.co.uk/ Theres freakin everything on there!! this is better than Joost!!!! man I wish I knew how to script!!!!!!!

Please someone has to write this!!!
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#7
have to bump this one up, a tv links script would be awsome.
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#8
as for TV Shows none of the site I saw are up-to-date... they they are at least a few episodes behind.

If you keep up with TV series then it is better to use torrents to keep current.
I'm not an expert but I play one at work.
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#9
I'll give it a try
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#10
The only problem I can see with this, is that the episodes are in different formats. I just had to download "DivX web viewer" on my PC for Life on Mars.
These would have to be included in the script I assume?
Primary Xbox: 1.1, X-Chip, 120Gb H/D
Secondary Xbox: 1.6, Smart-XX Chip, 10Gb H/D
Connected to Apple Mac running as Media Server/Apple TV
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#11
There is an alternative... if I recall there is a plugin for firefox somewhere where you can submit a link and it dumps it to your xbmc as a stream so it plays it (not certain that is exactly what it does or how but you should get the jist of it). At any rate, it sowrked wonderfully for sites like youtube and the like.. give it a try and see what it does....

http://forums.xbox-scene.com/index.php?s...05654&st=0
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#12
Only thing that needs to be done is to convert the different pages to an rss feed, with each video link in <enclosure> tags. Done it before for another site using php and Snoopy class - http://sourceforge.net/projects/snoopy/ .

Then you can just use a script like this on the xbox - http://www.matthewtuffin.co.uk/Blog/index.php?itemid=49 - (great script btw! use it daily.) to stream in the content via rss.

I'll take a swing at it when I have time... or any of you can just go ahead and try doing it using any free html to rss free service like these (yeah.. no scripting skills required whatsoever):

http://feed43.com/
http://www.feedity.com/

PS:
it kind of bugs me why media streaming via rss hasn't been natively implemented yet in XBMC.
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#13
Stonker Wrote:The only problem I can see with this, is that the episodes are in different formats. I just had to download "DivX web viewer" on my PC for Life on Mars.
These would have to be included in the script I assume?

XBMC has a huge range of codecs etc, shouldn't be a problem!
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#14
Did anyone move with this?... Man I wish I knew how to code! Sad
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#15
I would love to see a script for Tv-links.co.uk here is the link to the database

http://www.tv-links.co.uk/index.do/4

It would be an awesome addition to everyones xbmc.
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