Syntax for grabbing all episodes of the new season of Celebrity Master Chef
pthornett at gmail.com
Sun Jul 5 22:23:32 EDT 2020
While I don't disagree with much of your text, I believe you're wrong
about the BBC terms of reference. My understanding is that if you
access iPlayer from an Apple device, then that 30-day limit doesn't
apply. All get_iplayer does is emulate (or simulate) that Apple
environment, thereby avoiding the 30-day limitation.
On Mon, 6 Jul. 2020, 11:09 VeniVidiVideo, <venividivideoed at gmail.com> wrote:
> Boy, the hypocrisy here is stunning. The BBC allows time-limited downloads, but does NOT allow downloads without an expiration date. Every single license payer here is violating BBC's terms of service by using GiP to download files that do not expire. Yet heaven forbid someone from outside the UK violate those same terms of service. Plus, every US participant that has ever spoken up has observed they'd happily pay the license fee if they could. Hell, I tried to work out an arrangement to pretend to live in an apartment on somebody's property so I could have an address and pay the license fee, just to contribute my fair share, but the fellow decided not to follow through. I didn't blame him for wanting to avoid any impropriety, but you holier-than-thou types really suck. People in glass houses...
> - larryy
> > On Jul 5, 2020, at 8:31 AM, James Robinson <jamesrobinson2012 at virginmedia.com> wrote:
> > Could not agree more. Well said.
> >> On 04 July 2020 at 17:29 Jon Davies <jon at hedgerows.org.uk> wrote:
> >> On Sat, 4 Jul 2020 at 13:58, Barry Toner <barry at tonermail.co.uk> wrote:
> >>> Can someone please tell me how I do this? I promised some friends in the USA I would grab this show for them. I need the video and don’t need subtitles or audio description.
> >> This is why I stopped subscribing to this list a couple of years ago -
> >> I've been resubscribed by the old backup, but will be going again. I
> >> want nothing to do with anyone or anything that promotes violation of
> >> https://www.bbc.co.uk/usingthebbc/terms-of-use/ - particularly 7a, the
> >> bit that says
> >> a. Don’t mess with our services
> >> What do we mean by that? This sort of thing:
> >> ...Accessing content from outside the UK that you aren’t allowed to,
> >> or helping others do the same.
> >> So, please just stop using get-iplayer for this sort of thing. People
> >> have put effort into building get-iplayer to enable fair use within
> >> the UK in circumstances that the BBC's own software doesn't support.
> >> Yes, I'm angry. I'm angry that people, including you Barry Toner, are
> >> abusing the work others (and to a much lesser extent I) have put into
> >> get-iplayer and the various distribution points for it.
> >> So I'm pulling the plug on what's left of the Ubuntu repository
> >> (though it was getting no further updates for other reasons), and
> >> pulling the plug on the Raspbian repository. If you don't like this,
> >> tough. Do your own thing. I'm having no part in this any more.
> >> Jon
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