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Posted by djbobw Message # 1     Posted at June 15, 2011, 9:37 pm,     subject: Testing UK TV Stations  
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Ok guys, I'm working my way through the UK TV stations. I have a Xenta KMP510 radio, and can test streams in WMP & VLC on my PC. What I'd like is someone with a different radio or media player on their PC to test some of the streams that I can't get working.

The 3BTV stream doesn't play on my radio, or either PC player, so before I remove it completely I'd like someone to try it on a different setup just to make sure. For testing on the PC you can use this link: mms://streaming.i2i-technology.com/4BBb?pxd=1308142165

There are a few streams I'm having similar problems with, so if someone can help it'd be great.

Thanks peeps

 
Posted by penbex Message # 2     Posted at June 16, 2011, 12:20 pm,     subject: Testing UK TV Stations  
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Hi, this stream was working around the 10th on June.
So it could be gone forever but it might also just be a little bump in the server road..
 
Posted by djbobw Message # 3     Posted at June 16, 2011, 12:38 pm,     subject: Testing UK TV Stations  
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Playing OK on the 3BTV website, but having no luck elsewhere with it.

On another note, Damlak TV is a Sri Lankan channel, not a UK one.

Also, after checking all those BBC streams, they were linking to specific programs from 2007, so I've removed them. Quite surprised the BBC is still hosting them!

Channels I've finished with have been given 5 stars for now, just to make it easy to identify. I'm also making the logo graphic files 200x150 so they are the right size for the site. Stops any stretching and also keeps the size down for storage.

 
Posted by Brendan Message # 4     Posted at June 17, 2011, 9:28 pm,     subject: Testing UK TV Stations  
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Good job djbobw,
Your 5* UK stations are streaming beautifully. Thanks..

 
Posted by djbobw Message # 5     Posted at June 20, 2011, 11:30 am,     subject: Testing UK TV Stations  
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Good job djbobw,
Your 5* UK stations are streaming beautifully. Thanks..

Glad they're working well for you. I'm planning on sorting out all the UK stations, so keep an eye out for other stations becoming 5star soon too!

 
Posted by djbobw Message # 6     Posted at June 30, 2011, 8:22 pm,     subject: Testing UK TV Stations  
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Just a quick message to say I'm sorry for the slow progress, but I'm in the process of doing my house up, and have had a few other things to deal with aswell. Don't worry, I will be working my way through the UK TV Channels still.
 
Posted by djbobw Message # 7     Posted at August 21, 2011, 4:05 pm,     subject: Testing UK TV Stations  
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Hi all,

Just a note to say I'm trying to get some time spent on the UK TV stations again. I'm currently tweaking 3BTV, and it will have its 5stars shortly.

If anyone has a preference of which channels they'd like sorting first, give me a shout and I'll do them first.