[RELEASE] Justin.tv (Video) Plugin - Printable Version
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- tofen - 2012-01-15 20:03
Japz Wrote:I had the same issue. You need to install the common cache plugin from the standard xbmc addons first.
Yey! Got it to work.
Thanks' a bunch.
- sam.appletv - 2012-01-16 01:35
first of all I want to thank you Divingmule for all your great add ons and also you too 2ndtvuser.
Secondly, I'm having problems making this add on file work on my apple tv xbmc. I have updated the librt file. but I still can't get this working. I'm a newbie and not very good at these things. Can you please give step by step instructions of how to get this add on working on my apple tv? I currently see all the stuff on my apple tv through the justintv add on but when I click anything is says playback failed.
please let me know
thanks in advance
- divingmule - 2012-01-16 14:35
Sounds like your librtmp isn't updated. I don't have an ATV and there have been conflicting reports about the proper directory to put the lib in. Some have had to chmod after copying. Check the ATV note in post 404, a forum search for "librtmp ATV" may provide more clues.
- divingmule - 2012-01-16 15:01
Japz Wrote:I've given adding redirect-resolving code a shot. Although it doesn't complain about the swf anymore, it doesn't work for the starcraft 2 streams I'm trying to watch.
Sounds like they are onto something there. Wondering if the three digit code is in the usher.justin.tv/find/ results?
- Japz - 2012-01-16 20:11
divingmule Wrote:Sounds like they are onto something there. Wondering if the three digit code is in the usher.justin.tv/find/ results?
Yeah I looked if I could find something in there, but not really. I'd need to do really look into what data is sent back and forth to see if it's to be found somewhere. Takes a bit more time than I have at the moment though.
I did patch it to properly follow the 301s / 302s for redirects. Here's the patch (includes my last patch to fix view on some archives). If it looks OK, can you include it in the next release?
Someone please help as I think I almost got it - sam.appletv - 2012-01-16 20:37
Hi Divingmule and everyone else, thanks so much for your guys help first of all!
Can someone please let me know what chmode is? I tried the step by step instructions from post #404 as here's what I did:
I am using atv XBMC Eden night build and so I tried it with both downloads of plugins.videojtv-0.2.1.zip and also plugins.video jtv2
I got the updated librtmp. file from 2ndatvuser post earlier in this thread and I also tried downloading it from:
I then went into private/var/stash/applications/xbmc.frappliance/frameworks/ and replaced the librtmp file.
The only thing I don't understand in post #404 now is "you need to change owner "chown mobile librtmp.0.dylib" Can someone please let me know how to do this? I'm confused at this part.
As of now I do get the justin tv add on on my atv2 and I can view all the contents of it but when I try clicking on something to play, it restarts out of xbmc.. Please help as I think I almost have it.
Thanks in advance!
- divingmule - 2012-01-17 16:17
Japz Wrote:I did patch it to properly follow the 301s / 302s for redirects. Here's the patch (includes my last patch to fix view on some archives). If it looks OK, can you include it in the next release?
Looks good, will do. Thanks.
- divingmule - 2012-01-17 16:52
Quote:The only thing I don't understand in post #404 now is "you need to change owner "chown mobile librtmp.0.dylib" Can someone please let me know how to do this? I'm confused at this part.
I was referring to this post.
newatv2user Wrote:You might need to check and see if the owner of librtmp is mobile. If not you will need to do "chown mobile librtmp.0.dylib".
"chown" is a command to change owner of a file.
Then there was this post by Eric_S -
Quote:I made it work without 'Chown'. Note that the librtmp file does not reside in mobile"s path; therefore, mobile need not be made the owner.
So, I'm not sure what is correct or why it would be different for some users. Maybe some others will add to the discussion.
- newatv2user - 2012-01-17 17:48
I think I did chown because when I did "ls -l" everything else was owned by mobile. Based on what you used to copy, it may already be owned by mobile, so you may not need to do that step.
If there is any confusion as to if this is required or not, just make sure to replace the librtmp with newer one. Try to play something. If it does not work, then do the chown step.
- bbdor - 2012-01-17 20:29
working in atv2!