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September 3, 2010
I am not sure if anyone knows about this already but just wanted to share if anyone might have a good use of it. I found out another way of downloading recorded files in vulkano. This means you are not stuck with the vulkano player you have in your PC. You may use a NAS or wget or even a browser to download it.
Substitute the "x" with your IP address and 49177 is the default port considering that you have set up remote viewing for your Vulkano. Try to paste this into your browser (I notice this working on Firefox but not on Safari, IE). This will output an XML file which will show your recordings. It has the time of the recording, the title of the recorded show and its status.
You may notice a FILE_ID in there "/web/somenumbers.mp4" this is the recorded file in your vulkano. To download it, you may either point your browser to it or if you have NAS which can automatically download for you. http://x.x.x.x:49177/web/recordingfile.mp4.
There is also a way to do a recording schedule if you wanted to, even if the recording has not started yet. Notice that the FILE_ID will be the file that will be created when the recording starts. You may also notice the status (either recorded, in progress or scheduled).
Hope this helps.
That's a cool tip.
With the help of another guy we created a script that creates an html page out of the xml file. There was also a VLC playlist script at one time but I don't know if it is still around.
September 3, 2010
There is about 5 pages of discussion on it here.
I haven't played with it for awhile but I would recommend you read that whole thread and download the latest one shown.
I don't know of another way to stream form the Vulkano other than using their player program. I think a few people have tried but I have not seen anyone succeed doing it well if at all.
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