[rtmpdump] rtmpdump not working with dailymotion

compn tempn at twmi.rr.com
Thu Jan 19 23:50:12 CET 2012

On Thu, 19 Jan 2012 23:26:31 +0100, Nicolas George wrote:
>Le decadi 30 nivôse, an CCXX, compn a écrit :
>> use rtmpsuck.
>> with rtmpsuck and a tor exitnodes {fr} i get:
>I would be interested in the exact procedure to use it. Is there any
>documentation somewhere?

depends what os you are using.

for linux/bsd, read the README in rtmp source dir.

for windows, you might have to use rtmpexplorer frontend because it has
the port capture dll.

>> your rtmpdump command should look like this:
>> rtmpdump -r "rtmpe://vod-02.dailymotion.com:1935/video" -a "video?auth=1327012792-aa06be573c175b50e64c1eabc25c5f4a" -f "WIN 11,1,102,55" -W "http://static1.dmcdn.net/flash/dmplayerv4/dmplayer-prod.swf.v27ca447c438f16022" -p "http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xnqokq_nisemonogatari-ep01-remplacement_shortfilms" -y "mp4:470/678/39876074:mp4_h264_aac_hq.mp4?auth=1327012792-aa06be573c175b50e64c1eabc25c5f4a" -o 39876074_mp4_h264_aac_hq.flv
>Thanks, that worked for me (using a fresh auth key).
>But there is another problem now: the transfer keeps being interrupted after
>a few percents, and restarts at an earlier point. That makes the overall
>progress slow as hell: the SD version could be finished, but the HD720p
>version seems to make no progress at all.
>It seems I can reduce the phenomenon by overloading my Internet link (with
>scp /dev/urandom), so I guess it is related to the download speed.
>Is there a way to get rtmpdump to adapt the bitrate by itself?
>Or to set the amount of overlap when reconnecting (it seems to be ~60

no clue.

btw arent there easier (and non re-encoded) ways to get vostfr rips?
like usenet or torrents?


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