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Thread: streaming divx / xvid from usenet

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    Cool

    i didn't believe it till i tried it myself. doesn't work with all nzbs, has to be 1 avi per nzb, but basically, its teh

    EDIT: oops, this might help www.nzbplayer.com
    Last edited by elcokino; 04-07-2007 at 05:04 AM. Reason: hastiness

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    Quote Originally Posted by elcokino View Post
    i didn't believe it till i tried it myself. doesn't work with all nzbs, has to be 1 avi per nzb, but basically, its teh

    EDIT: oops, this might help www.nzbplayer.com

    I never knew you could stream anything at all from newsgroups! Good find!

  3. Newsgroups   -   #3
    I used to be with Easynews the original one. They had something similar on their web to usenet interface. I didn't use it much like the above poster says because it didn't work with all files. I was also on a 1 meg line at the time with an ISP that was over zealous to usenet so it didn't work very well. Thanks for may give it a go.
    Life in the fast lane usenet freak

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    Thanks looks good

  5. Newsgroups   -   #5
    your welcome, its been working quite well.. they've put up a guide to using it at http://www.nzbplayer.com/howto.html

    answers some questoins!

  6. Newsgroups   -   #6
    Thanks alot.

    now i will enjoy my fast connection.

    doesn't need to wait for download

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    Nice, good find .

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    well, that's a nice program .. Thanks

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    does it have an option to save the file as it's streaming? if not, they should, cuz that would be awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Fish View Post
    does it have an option to save the file as it's streaming? if not, they should, cuz that would be awesome.
    Was wondering that myself, just found this in the readme -

    "The video file will be stored in the "NZBMovies" folder on your desktop, and you can watch it as many times as you want. "

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