Discussion in 'AnyStream' started by Ch3vr0n, Sep 20, 2020.
Vimeo isn't DRM protected, you can download it with youtube-dl or anything else, so there's no need for AnyStream support.
USA. PBS Passport. There is a limited free tier available to anyone or a paid tier with significantly more content accessed by donating at least $60 per year to any PBS member station.
USA: WatchTCM. Lots of classics and new content is added by the hour. Must have cable access to Turner Classic Movies to get access.
Many of titles expire after a few days. So having the option to record is very desirable.
Thanks for mentioning this site! I love that network, but had never been to the site.
It requires login through your cable provider though, so not sure it will be a good AnyStream candidate? :=(.
But if it is, I would definitely frequent it.
What region is this? US only?
Didn't see this one requested yet, so here's my request:
Not sure if it's Global or US/Canada only.
How about some online learning sites! Entertainment isn't all this could be used for!
Yes. USA only
this thread is open to all users to post streaming provider requests.
already the requests are in 10's now and in few days it will be in 100's with no doubt from users allover the world.
what about an update in tool which works like a browser that allows the registered(paid) users/customers to give URL and go to website and grab the streaming video(movie/tvseries/or anything) in available streaming quality (HD1080P/720P) whatever available with audio aswell
if not like above, we will be going to see many tabs just like a normal browser as
its just an idea but not to degrade any developer
sry if I am wrong
It's impossible to predict how it's going to look. That all depends one IF and HOW (many) and WHICH ones they decide to implement. If they choose to implement additional ones at all.
Your suggestion how they might add is welcome but not in this topic. That's not what it's for. Please create a new topic for that.
Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
NHK on demand (Japan)
Most of the channels we subscribe to have already been mentioned: BritBox, Hulu, and PBS Passport. These would make our life complete:
Thanks! I'll purchase the product to help fund ongoing development.
Update: the only payment options are MasterCard and cybercurrencies, and all my cards are Visa. Sorry.
@KGSColorado visa will hopefully go live sometime next week they are working on that. Just a small tip, remove the extra space in the code tag for your potential next suggestion. It's not needed and prevents the tag from working.
I had to put it there or otherwise the forum would try to actually process the code bbcode tag. However since you at least tried to use it, I'll add the suggestions that aren't already on the list, to the list.
Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
Hulu updated from USA to Global
NHK World disqualified as per OP. MUST HAVE PAID PLAN. From what i was able to test they're freely available stuff, as such don't match the provider requirements
@KGSColorado Acorn & Shudder added. Need region though. US?
@streamer Fubo Added
@HectorCharlie Please point me to the paid plans page for the first 2.
@Ch3vr0n, Sorry about the code tags, I copied them from a previous post to make sure I got it right, and didn't notice the extra space. I'll make sure to watch for that next time.
no need to be sorry. At least you tried Some don't even do that when posting URL's. I fixed it myself and added them. Posts that don't attempt to use them, get fixed and suggestions disqualified
@Ch3vr0n: Acorn TV is USA only.
From the Shudder website, as of 28 Aug, 2020: "Shudder is currently available in the US (and its territories), Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. We hope to expand worldwide very soon."
Thanks, regions added
Can't see Fubo in the added list.
Separate names with a comma.