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Post by Bigo » Jul 23rd, '10, 17:21

yes but for me it interrupts often

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Post by harukaya » Aug 4th, '10, 01:13

i can't find fuji tv anymore..is it just me? :blink :blink

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Post by Bigo » Aug 4th, '10, 10:44

harukaya wrote:i can't find fuji tv anymore..is it just me? :blink :blink
where?

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Post by mikao » Aug 4th, '10, 19:16

what is the quality of the streams to cocomonk22's site ?
advise or not ? I prefer to avoid unpleasant surprises ...

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Post by Zel_da » Aug 5th, '10, 05:37

It's horrible...

they are not japanese channels on TVAnts :scratch:

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Post by Bigo » Aug 6th, '10, 10:54

i cant see japanese channels on tvants

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Post by Zel_da » Aug 6th, '10, 11:32

Yes but you can try with freshverse, it works well there

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Post by Bigo » Aug 6th, '10, 12:34

Zel_da wrote:Yes but you can try with freshverse, it works well there
it always look like offline site for me, i dont know why

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Post by lullabye » Aug 6th, '10, 13:06

mikao wrote:what is the quality of the streams to cocomonk22's site ?
advise or not ? I prefer to avoid unpleasant surprises ...
It's fine. I mean, yes, it sometimes chokes up, but that is true for all the live streams. I particularly like the tv schedule that is on the same page as the live stream--makes it easy to see if there is anything on or if there will be soon.

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Post by Zel_da » Aug 6th, '10, 13:11

Bigo, are you from UK ?

If yes, try with a proxy

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Post by Bigo » Aug 7th, '10, 07:23

Zel_da wrote:Bigo, are you from UK ?

If yes, try with a proxy
im from italy. But a proxy fro what? freshverse or tvants? freshverse website appears offline, like it doesnt exist at all, with firefox and explorer too

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Post by lullabye » Aug 7th, '10, 08:17

Bigo wrote:
Zel_da wrote:Bigo, are you from UK ?

If yes, try with a proxy
im from italy. But a proxy fro what? freshverse or tvants? freshverse website appears offline, like it doesnt exist at all, with firefox and explorer too
Freshverse, I think, no longer uses Flash and is using silverlight instead. But when it was using Flash, it was using an older version. If you had the latest version, Freshverse wouldn't work.

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Post by Kati-Chan » Aug 8th, '10, 21:19

Yeah, all Japanese channels are gone / grey on TvAnts while they are still online on keyhole TV which is ... meh

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Post by tolgacan » Aug 9th, '10, 08:37

Japanese Channel Pack (August 2010)

NHK General
NHK Education
Nippon TV
TBS
Fuji TV
TV Asahi
TV Tokyo
QVC Japan

You can watch this channels on a media player or you can add the channels on TVAnts. :)
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Post by Kati-Chan » Aug 9th, '10, 12:58

*_* WHAAAAAAAAAK Where did you get that from? It works very well!!! Also finally the channel names are correct. It was annoying to find out which is which every second week. I love you <3

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Post by mikao » Aug 10th, '10, 11:40

Thank you very much tolgacan,
the stream is a bit long to start (about 2 minute for me), but it's true that it works pretty well :P

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Post by seiret » Aug 17th, '10, 18:01

Does anybody know the link for BS Fuji? Or is there none? :-(

Thanks. :wub:

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Post by blue_scholar » Aug 20th, '10, 18:17

tolgacan wrote:Japanese Channel Pack (August 2010)

NHK General
NHK Education
Nippon TV
TBS
Fuji TV
TV Asahi
TV Tokyo
QVC Japan

You can watch this channels on a media player or you can add the channels on TVAnts. :)



No longer works apparently. Hopefully this is temporary problem, because it is very nice thing to have.

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Post by Kati-Chan » Aug 22nd, '10, 21:30

T_T

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Post by ikariya » Aug 22nd, '10, 23:29

These links were emankai streams, Freshverse and cocomonk were directly using them in their silverlight player (as well as some other websites).

Pretty sure it would still be available if these websites were re-streaming instead of directly linking but well...

Actually Wist offer their service for free till 8.25.

The stream quality isn't worth $ 29.99 - better buy a ZiZiplayer (1seg) or get a jptv24 SID... or wait a bit to see if some new links show up.
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Post by reverend » Aug 23rd, '10, 23:18

ikariya wrote:better buy a ZiZiplayer (1seg) .
where can i get one of these ???

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Post by Zel_da » Aug 24th, '10, 21:24

HD channels are back on TV Ants


(TBS, FUji TV, NTV !!!) :D

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Post by marriedtomisaki » Aug 24th, '10, 22:38

Just want to say tha I have had JPTV for the past 2 months and I think its great. In terms of reliability its pretty damn good. I've only had one problem in the 2 months and that was when Fuji TV HD went down for like a couple of hours. Luckily the SD version was still working. Other than that its been great. Sure its kind of expensive but if you want to watch your shows without having to worry about the channel crapping up than JPTV is the way to go.

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Post by ikariya » Aug 24th, '10, 22:50

reverend wrote:where can i get one of these ???
http://zizi.co-lin.jp/

The device is similar to the On Time TV DMBO, but less expensive.
Zel_da wrote:HD channels are back on TV Ants
Probably because BSSubs/Horribleraws streams are live again.

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Post by L'Arc » Aug 24th, '10, 23:35

OMG the gundam.eu streams are working again!

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Post by blue_scholar » Aug 25th, '10, 02:00

Zel_da wrote:HD channels are back on TV Ants


(TBS, FUji TV, NTV !!!) :D

I've downloaded TVants. Now how do I go about adding these HD channels you speak of?

thanks.

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Post by Zel_da » Aug 25th, '10, 11:03

You just have to click on the channels :blink


TBS/Fujitv & NTV are working since yesterday perfectly :mrgreen:

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Post by Bigo » Aug 26th, '10, 11:49

marriedtomisaki wrote:Just want to say tha I have had JPTV for the past 2 months and I think its great. In terms of reliability its pretty damn good. I've only had one problem in the 2 months and that was when Fuji TV HD went down for like a couple of hours. Luckily the SD version was still working. Other than that its been great. Sure its kind of expensive but if you want to watch your shows without having to worry about the channel crapping up than JPTV is the way to go.
do you have a link? i searched on google but it shows other links
And what about zizi? is it good or it can go down one day from another? please talk a little about it and if i can watch it good from europe (italy)
Thanks

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Post by Zel_da » Aug 26th, '10, 20:50

I'm also interested about zizi, with a simple USB, we can watch japanese channel in real time... for... 20000 yen. so about 180 euro...

that seem good if the service is better without problem, but i need more information before to pay :whistling:


EDIT: Ok... the quality... oh my god :whistling: So bad

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Post by Bigo » Aug 27th, '10, 00:11

Zel_da wrote:
EDIT: Ok... the quality... oh my god :whistling: So bad
maybe it's just a sd example dunno

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Post by cocomonk22 » Aug 28th, '10, 02:52

No, it's a 1seg tuner. The video quality is designed for small mobile phone screens.

You can see more sample ZiZi videos here: http://www.youtube.com/user/littleboy19450806
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Post by reverend » Aug 28th, '10, 08:35

Zel_da wrote:EDIT: Ok... the quality... oh my god :whistling: So bad
Have you got one to test?

Remember that like all of our options, we rely on the internet to get the data to us. As Japan has really crap internet connections to the rest of the world, any personal investment in this kind of kit seems like a bit of a gamble.

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Post by cocomonk22 » Aug 28th, '10, 08:57

Japan actually has very good Internet connections to the rest of the world. By average speed, Japan is ranked second behind South Korea. If you have a device such as Slingbox, you can take advantage of the fast upload speeds to get excellent quality playback elsewhere in the world, provided you have a reasonable download speed.
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Post by reverend » Aug 29th, '10, 22:09

cocomonk22 wrote:Japan actually has very good Internet connections to the rest of the world..
You're right !

There are several high capacity undersea cables running between Japan and the US. See here.

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Post by SuperVictoria64 » Aug 31st, '10, 20:08

Does anyone know where I can catch TBS?

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Hmm...

Post by mystikiel » Sep 2nd, '10, 06:03

Is there any option with JPTV to watch programs on demand? I know you can schedule your machine to record programs but that seems a bit backward to me.

I am currently using Firephoenix (tv-rec.com). It is slow, but you can watch programs on demand. Its not streaming, you download each program as a wmv file.

NTKTV offers the same service. Their service is a lot quicker and streams rather than downloads. However each segment begins on the hour and you cannot skip forwards or backwards as far as I can see.

I am interested in the ZiZi player, I understand it basically plays one-seg tv. Does that mean that the image is 1-seg quality? I must admit I dont really understand the need for this device if its just streaming over IP anyway.

Basically, I am happy with tv-rec.com but it is seriously slow. If there is a similar service for a similar price but with decent download speeds I would be all for it.

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Post by knuckles » Sep 2nd, '10, 15:16

With NTKV, after a video has finish streaming you can access it from your temp folder (Browse to %TEMP% in Windows Explorer) and move or copy it elsewhere. The file disappears from the temp folder after the NTKTV application is closed.

I don't think that's what you wanted, but maybe you'll find it useful?

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Better alternative

Post by fischer22 » Sep 2nd, '10, 20:06

Wouldn't it be better to stream through TVants instead of bssubs? I mean, if it's the same stream, it would be a way to use it in a more efficient way (P2P instead of just leeching the stream). I say this because I would hate to have the HD disappear again just because too many people are online at the same time...

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Post by mrklaw » Sep 3rd, '10, 13:00

Been a while since I posted. From a quick read of the previous few pages, it doesn't seem like things have moved on much. Are there no reliable, streaming and/or download timeshift solutions out there? Don't mind paying, but it needs to be

1) a damn site simpler than some of these solutions, as my wife would be the main user
2) let her watch things on her schedule. the UK is 8 hours behind, so by the time the kids are in bed there is nothing really worth watching - she'd want to watch prime time, which means recording.

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Post by cocomonk22 » Sep 5th, '10, 00:25

NihonNamaTerebi is a slingbox hoster. It comes with DVR so you can record two different channels at once, and it is on the Japanese side so you don't have to worry about timing being off unless there is baseball or something going overtime. You can use it via TV with a Slingcatcher or on pc or mobilephone with the SlingPlayer software.

Beyond the basic channels you can also receive BS channels, WOWOW channels, or select channels that SKY PerfecTV! e2 carries, at additional cost of course.
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thanks knuckles

Post by mystikiel » Sep 7th, '10, 02:11

thats useful to know. Actually, I guess that is why you can't skip ahead on NTKTV, it just downloads an AVI file starting at the start I guess.

mrkrb - as far as I know the only simple, video-on-demand/timeshift solution out there is firephoenix (tv-rec.com) and NTKTV. Just about everything else will require you to set up a PVR solution yourself.

Both of them are easy to use, NTKTV however is set up according to hourly time slots rather than particular programs and is probably therefore less user friendly. I have nothing against the tv-rec service other than that it is slow to download. My wife schedules programs to download during the night which probably works to be honest because we have an off-peak period with our ISP.

I suppose at this stage we will end up sticking with the service. We are in Australia and so the time difference is only 1 hour and we could probably cope with a real time solution, however it is just easier to have the timeshift solution already set up.

Unless anyone else has a bag of magic beans I guess that's that?

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Post by fridayjams » Sep 9th, '10, 13:38

This one works pretty well although it gets a bit choppy during high-traffic times.
http://globefeed.net/jtv/

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Post by Bigo » Sep 10th, '10, 00:13

looks like bssubs and cocomonk22 use the same streams, cause tvtokyo both stuck on 4% for me, but the others channels works...

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Post by darkhriss » Sep 13th, '10, 07:40

fridayjams wrote:This one works pretty well although it gets a bit choppy during high-traffic times.
http://globefeed.net/jtv/
Uwaaaa thank you!! This is the first one that actually works for me besides Keyhole Tv! It works all the time?

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Post by Bigo » Sep 16th, '10, 02:01

why i cant put http://globefeed.net/jtv/ fullscreen?

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Post by cocomonk22 » Sep 17th, '10, 03:39

Try double click on video or right click>zoom>full screen
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Post by Bigo » Sep 17th, '10, 11:04

that's the problem, nothing happens in that site. Full screen option doesnt appear and double click do nothing

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Post by Feffiroff » Sep 17th, '10, 16:37

Weird, should work like cocomonk says. Maybe you could try a different browser.

When right-clicking:
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Post by mikao » Sep 17th, '10, 20:00

Bigo wrote:that's the problem, nothing happens in that site. Full screen option doesnt appear and double click do nothing
But http://bssubs.net/live/ dont work for you ? it's the same stream that http://globefeed.net/jtv/ ... they use the mms of gundam and it's possible to full screen also ...

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Post by Bigo » Sep 17th, '10, 23:34

lol i didn't notice zoom options for full screen, i thought it was just for stretch XD

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Post by Zel_da » Oct 2nd, '10, 21:09

All stream are dead

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Post by darkhriss » Oct 6th, '10, 23:49

Great...and globefeed was the only one that worked for me. There are chances for it work again or it's dead for good?

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Post by biggirl20 » Oct 7th, '10, 07:11

i noticed the japanese tv channels @ globefeed are gone :blink :pale: :cry:
KARASAWA TOSHIAKI ___{{ 唐沢寿明 }}

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Post by mikao » Oct 12th, '10, 16:58

So there is more than keyhole tv to watch streams or NHK educational by jptv24 ??? hoping that other flows back as soon as possible ... you have other solutions to watch Japanese TV live?
:roll

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Post by cocomonk22 » Oct 14th, '10, 09:47

There is also NTKTV to watch recordings of NHKE, not live though.
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Post by darkhriss » Oct 14th, '10, 10:44

Is there any stream/program/website that works right now?

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Post by Zel_da » Oct 19th, '10, 22:02

Stream still dead again... :glare:

I will probably pay a SID for this month :cussing:

:pale:

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Post by osbourn16 » Nov 8th, '10, 05:24

Has anyone been having trouble getting NTKTV working? It loads up fine for me, but it wont play anything that I click on. I hope it's just temporary because I really want to watch something on the NHK-E channel soon (and it the only one that lets you save the video afterward)... :-(

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Post by ikariya » Nov 11th, '10, 02:04

NTKTV had some troubles last weekend, but the service is running fine now.
Almost every streams can be recorded/saved, not only NTKTV.

Oh, btw:

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Post by Zel_da » Nov 21st, '10, 22:44

THANK YOU SO MUCH

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Post by osbourn16 » Nov 21st, '10, 23:39

ikariya wrote:Almost every streams can be recorded/saved, not only NTKTV.
How? NTKTV records the stream for you and then you just click and save. I haven't come across any other JPTV streamer that does that.

Edit:
Also, I want to record a documentary that is going to be on TBS. Does anyone know where I can watch that channel and record it?

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Post by xkevx » Nov 30th, '10, 12:13

my KHTV don't have sound, and its ver 3.14, i tried 3.13 and its still unable to produce sound...
can anyone help?

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Post by Zel_da » Nov 30th, '10, 15:29

The streams starts to bug a lot :scratch:

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Post by osbourn16 » Dec 1st, '10, 10:24

ikariya wrote: Oh, btw:
All of those streams seem to be dead...

Does anyone on here have NTKTV with an SID? There was a show that aired today that I REALLY want to see, but I don't have the money to purchase one. Could someone please save it and then send it to me through and e-mail or something? Please? :-(

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Post by Bigo » Dec 4th, '10, 02:56

osbourn16 wrote:
ikariya wrote: Oh, btw:
All of those streams seem to be dead...

Does anyone on here have NTKTV with an SID? There was a show that aired today that I REALLY want to see, but I don't have the money to purchase one. Could someone please save it and then send it to me through and e-mail or something? Please? :-(
we are not so stupid sorry

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Post by Bigo » Dec 13th, '10, 00:33

ikariya wrote:NTKTV had some troubles last weekend, but the service is running fine now.
Almost every streams can be recorded/saved, not only NTKTV.

Oh, btw:
seems not working anymore

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Post by Zel_da » Dec 19th, '10, 18:28

Any news about free japanese tv ?

We don't have any free stream for 3 months

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Post by Bigo » Dec 19th, '10, 23:06

i'm sad too

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Post by cornflake » Dec 21st, '10, 18:47

Why does it seem everyone is saying it doesn't work? Mine works fine.

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Post by Bigo » Dec 21st, '10, 19:45

cornflake wrote:Why does it seem everyone is saying it doesn't work? Mine works fine.
eMankai register form asks credit card too, do you pay for it then?

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Post by Chrono » Dec 21st, '10, 20:17

cornflake wrote:Why does it seem everyone is saying it doesn't work? Mine works fine.
Mine too. No problem at all.

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Post by Bigo » Dec 22nd, '10, 01:32

Chrono wrote:
cornflake wrote:Why does it seem everyone is saying it doesn't work? Mine works fine.
Mine too. No problem at all.
do you refer to emankai links? why for me downloads an empty note text? If i go to thei site it asks for register but also ask for credit card...please explain it better

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Post by Zel_da » Dec 27th, '10, 00:51

emankai it's not free, but NHK edu is free. I suppose they're talking about that

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Post by Zel_da » Dec 27th, '10, 01:02

Bigo wrote:
cornflake wrote:Why does it seem everyone is saying it doesn't work? Mine works fine.
eMankai register form asks credit card too, do you pay for it then?
Oh, i think they are speaking about Keyholetv!! :goggle:

i hope we'll have some free stream :pale:

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