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Try coreplayer as it supports symbian S60 3rd (Nokia N95) but you have to pay £$ but i know the n95 8gb uses realplayer what comes with the phone. Streaming Formats HTTP, UDP, UDP Multicast, UDP Unicast, RDP, RTP. RTSP, RTCP (keep alive), ASX, ASF, Multicast, HTTP Tunneling Audio Formats: MP3, MP2, ...

yeah i was looking at orb a while back for my nokia n95 8gb but i dont like the idea that the program has to be connected to the internet :( any other way? Is a windows mobile & is wifi'ed so there's gotta be some program that supports it. What are the codec if i selected Shoutcast under prog media ...

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Akad wrote:
liverpoolatnight wrote: "If I output the transcode to an .mp4 file instead, and play it in VLC or WMP, it sounds great."
.mp4 or .3gp container unsupported on ProgDVB.
Yeah i know mate. But if anyone has any suggestions to try, hit me up :D

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I am not have idea about iphone fomrat. You can try select streaming in media server. I know orb works and the file output is a .flv and thats with video On the vlc (videolan) forums, about steaming to the iphone they where saying "If I output the transcode to an .mp4 file instead, and play it in V...

windows media streaming works great with me :D not really changed nothing too it 1st you need to go into Services > prog media server > choice your server mode > go into network > and choice your ethernet card something like 192.168.1.2 or 176.16.1.2 or 10.0.0.2 > then apply then ok then you need to...

not sure. http://rapidshare.com/files/285176080/teletextprogdvb.rar MD5: 3C7FA04734CE46B17D6F25BB7511817 i recorded a 15 seconds as the file was nearly 180mb on 1 minute and im only on mobile broadband so my upload speed crap (N) Update: I have just played the file in VLC and i can only hear the sou...

recording a sample

Can you record me sample and put on rapidshare.com? 1-2 minutes in Service->Pid recorder->All pids. EPSN has gone off air untill 12pm GMT London, so heres teletext channel for you. Is this correct? And im from the Northwest area of the UK using winter hill/wenvoe transmitter http://i35.tinypic.com/...

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