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[APP] WebTV 3.71 Watch TV Stream from your PDA - ¤¤¤ Now more than 1000 Channels ¤¤¤

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By jphreynaud, Member on 9th March 2009, 07:04 PM
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Dear All,

Another TV application for our PDA ...
When you double click on a TV/Show Icon its stream is launched in the selected player (CorePlayer, Windows MediaPlayer or TCPMP).

Since version 3.70, MORE THAN 1000 CHANNELS Links are provided from many countries.

Channels List per countries :

Albania 1, Andorra 1, Arabics 25, Argentina 7, Australia 9, Austria 2, Belarus 1, Belgium 22, Belize 2, Bolivia 4, Brazil 15, Bulgaria 2, Canada 35, Chile 5, China 22, Colombia 5, Costa Rica 3, Cuba 2, Cyprus 5, Czech Republic 3, Denmark 5, Dominican Republic 16, Estonia 3, Ethiopia 1, France 87, France (FAI) 51, Germany 47, Greece 18, Hungary 9, India 27, Indonesia 3, Iran 38, Ireland 2, Israel 8, Italy 57, Japan 33, Kazakhstan 1, Korea 7, Latvia 9, Luxembourg 2, Malaysia 1, Malta 5, Mexico 10, Netherlands 42, New Zealand 5, Nicaragua 1, Nigeria 1, Norway 2, Panama 1, Peru 1, Philippines 3, Poland 14, Portugal 7, Puerto Rico 4, Romania 3, Russia 17, Serbia 1, Slovenia 2, South Africa 3, Spain 33, Sweden 4, Switzerland 5, Thailand 4, Turkey 19, Ukraine 5, United Kingdom 43, United States of America 168, Uruguay 1, Uzbekistan 4, Venezuela 3, Zimbabwe 1
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Total 1008 Channels from 71 Countries

You can select a specific player for each channel.
Dynamic address (according date) streams are managable ...

I developped this small app because my children was not enjoying me watching the TV News at 8pm every day ...
Now I can watch the News in my bed before sleeping
I named it WebTV ...

Feel free to share any new TV stream (working) that you can find.

Channels:
There is 5 Tabs in which you can select your favorites channels among the long channels list.
By default, the software shows around 25 channels as an example.
To personalize to your favorite selection, you have to go in the "Setup'" Tab then Press the "Channels ..." button.
From there you can define your own selection ...
You can find more explanation in the "readme.txt" file.

Language:
WebTV is available in English, French, Greek (thanks to Angelos_cy), Danish (thanks to Mitta), Italian (thanks to salvy.c.83) and Portuguese (thanks to peste19)

Χάρη στoν Angelos_cy, το WebTV είναι τώρα διαθέσιμο στα Ελληνικά !
Takket være Mitta, WebTV er nu tilgængelig på dansk !
Grazie a salvy.c.83, WebTV è ora disponibile in italiano !
Graças a peste19, WebTV está agora disponível em Português !

Enjoy


Last version : V3.70 25/04/2009
- Fixed Crash after closing and re-entering in Channel Setup Dialog
- Improved Players detection , especially in non English or French devices
- Added "< Select a Country ... > message in Channel setup Dialog to make it easier. (custardo01 idea)
- Added Danish software translation. Thanks to [Mitta] from XDA Developers ;)
- Added Italian software translation. Thanks to [salvy.c.83] from XDA Developers ;)
- Added Portuguese software translation. Thanks to [peste19] from XDA Developers ;)
- Added Few channels and Channels Icons ... Now more than 1000 Channels !
Last version : V3.71 25/04/2009
- Fixed: Channel where swapped in Channel setup Dialog ... (Thanks peste19)

More info ? see ReadMe.txt in attached WebTV_0371.Zip file

You enjoy WebTV ?
Please consider to <Pay me a Beer>
No matter how small, many thanks for your support !

Sincerely
JPhReynaud

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9th March 2009, 07:33 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by jphreynaud

Dear All,

Another TV application for our PDA ...
When you double click on a TV/Show Icon its stream is launched in the selected player (CorePlayer, Windows MediaPlayer or TCPMP).
Channels are freely definable within an xml file.
Dynamic address (according date) streams are managable ...
I developped this small app because my children was not enjoying me watching the TV News at 8pm every day ...
Now I can watch the News in my bed before sleeping
I named it WebTV ...

Feel free to share any new TV stream (working) that you can find.

Enjoy

It works brilliant on my Touch HD and I like all the default channels . Thank you very much for sharing! I love it. Parfait.

One question for setting your own channels must it be done manually adding to the WebTVList.xml?? Don't seem to be able to do anything in the Setup option.

EDIT: Forget my question you already said it in your post - sorry got all excited and missed it :)
9th March 2009, 07:38 PM |#3  
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Thanks ! Are there French TVs ?
9th March 2009, 07:54 PM |#4  
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Actually there is a slight problem - when I run it the Menu option is disabled in WebTV and the Media player??
EDIT: Problem only with WVGA - all ok on QVGA
9th March 2009, 08:24 PM |#5  
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Actually there is a slight problem - when I run it the Menu option is disabled in WebTV and the Media player??

There is no option from the menu, only an about dialog ...
Settings are defined from 'Setup' Tab.
9th March 2009, 08:28 PM |#6  
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http://www.italiastreaming.net/tv_ra...-italiane.html

Here you can find a list of italian TV. On the same site there are TVs from all over the world. I hope you could add these streams on this amazing software.
9th March 2009, 08:47 PM |#7  
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This is my list.

Mostly French Tv stations and Radios !

Make first a backup from your files and replace them with these
http://rapidshare.com/files/20727211...vlist.zip.html
9th March 2009, 08:54 PM |#8  
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Great job !

Would love belgian (in french) TV (rtbf, rtl-tvi, clubrtl,...)

Ty
9th March 2009, 09:06 PM |#9  
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There is no option from the menu, only an about dialog ...
Settings are defined from 'Setup' Tab.

I mean the Menu button in Media Player also does not work on Touch HD WVGA when streaming TV. You can't go to full screen because "Menu" is not available. No problem with QVGA though.
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cannot understand how to set channels..tried to open WebTVList.xml from the ppc but blank page opened...tried to copy and open it from pc but no way...i'm a noob but i think this app could be very interesting, plz help!


ps: i'm italian if any italian guy could help via pm, would be cool!
9th March 2009, 10:06 PM |#11  
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cannot understand how to set channels..tried to open WebTVList.xml from the ppc but blank page opened...tried to copy and open it from pc but no way...i'm a noob but i think this app could be very interesting, plz help!


ps: i'm italian if any italian guy could help via pm, would be cool!

You must copy your webTVList on your PC. Open it with Notepad (.txt editor).
The syntax of the file is very simply.
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