BBC Breakfast News - 3 Feb 2016
chrisjbrady at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 10:42:53 PST 2016
Thanks Vangelis and others ...
So I would opine that if http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/live/bbcone
could be redirected to previous programmes they should be there for
the playing of.
That was my experience this morning. I kept the Breakfast News page
current (i.i. I did not refresh it) and could still play the News
programme file even after two succeeding programmes had gone by.
On 03/02/2016, Vangelis forthnet <northmedia1 at the.forthnet.gr> wrote:
> On Wed Feb 3 09:12:37 GMT 2016, CJB wrote:
>> of today's News at about 8.50 am to 9.10?
> On Wed Feb 3 10:14:37 GMT 2016, Nick Payne wrote:
>> If you have the program downloaded
> On Wed Feb 3 16:51:42 GMT 2016, CJB wrote:
>> but i couldn't download it -
>> not even using the browser console
>> to cap. the URL.
>> Any ideas please.
> The case of "BBC One Breakfast" show has come up
> in the past in this list, but sadly a quick browse in my
> local archive has failed to find that previous exchange...
> The thing is IT IS NOT BEING MADE AVAILABLE
> FOR ON DEMAND, due to rights issues...
> If you load the show's main page at:
> you can read this for yourself:
>> Breakfast on BBC iPlayer
>> We're sorry but Breakfast isn't available
>> on BBC iPlayer for rights reasons.
>> Find out more on the BBC iPlayer Help website
> EDIT: RS beat me to it - sending all the same...
> Some archived short clips can be found at:
> I haven't checked recently whether
> at the time of broadcast the live internet
> stream does indeed carry the programme
> if it does and one is aware beforehand that
> sometime during the current live programme
> a part will be broadcast that is to one's
> liking and would like to record, then one should
> start recording (with GiP) the BBC One iPlayer
> live stream a bit prior to the start of said part
> and, naturally, end the recording after the
> part of interest has concluded...
> As for trimming down/editing the live recording,
> ffmpeg (CLI) and the - already mentioned -
> excellent AVIdemux
> can do the job (NB: recent AVIdemux
> windows binaries DO NOT WORK ON WinXP!).
> On Windows, if you remux losslessly to the
> Matroska container, a personal favourite
> (not a plug) is the free:
> (supports only AVI or MKV container,
> lossless editing is being done with
> key frame accuracy, which is adequate
> in most cases...).
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