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10-29-2015, 07:48 AM
Was working ok until I reinstalled windows
Now Url Finder will not pick up any Urls when browsing

An Help Please ??

10-29-2015, 11:41 AM
Have you tried several sites? My URL Finder just spontaneously started being stumped by the BBC a couple of days ago, but other sites work fine.

10-29-2015, 01:00 PM
Yes thanks
I think thats what it is the BBC have blocked their Urls
Was getting a two hour recording down in a few minutes

10-29-2015, 01:19 PM
The good news is: it's not just you, which is also the bad news. :) :(

11-01-2015, 01:18 PM
This might seem like going back to the days of quill pens and sloping top desks (well to those of Replay A/V at least) but until the program developer comes up with a solution (which to be fair he/she has usually done in the past) I have found that the following will work.

A caveat is that I am a UK resident and it may be that it will not turn out to be a universal workaround but you never know.

1.Open BBC iPlayerRadio (http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio)
2.Click on Schedules
3.Click on your target station (e.g 4)
4.Select a show (e.g Tweet of the Day from the Sunday 1st November listings)
5.In the address bar at the top of your display highlight and copy the programme
identifier code (e.g b04sym21)
6.Close iPlayer Radio
7.Open iPlayerConverter (http://www.iplayerconverter.co.uk/default.aspx)
8.Click on Convert iPlayer PID
9.Paste the copied identifier code (e.g b04sym21) into the Enter PID box
10.Click on Convert
11.Highlight and copy the Playlist url (this begins http://open.live.bbc.co.uk/....)
12.Close iPlayerConverter
13.Open Replay Radio 9
14.Click Schedule
15.Click New
16.In the Schedule box enter the name of the selected show (Tweet of the Day)
17.Paste the copied Playlist url into the url box
18.From the downloads offered under Capture select Direct Download
19.Skip the except for the Convert box where you will need to select your final file format (e.g wma 128 kbps)
20.Click OK
21.In the Schedule section highlight your target recording (e.g Tweet of the Day)
22.Click Start Recording
23.Click OK to confirm
24.When recording and conversion have finished
25.In the My Recordings section highlight the show (e.g Tweet of the Day) in its native or converted form and click on Play

A.L [01/11/2015]

11-02-2015, 10:25 AM
You could use Replay Media Catcher.
I successfully captured a BBC program using streaming.

12-12-2015, 07:21 AM
The URL finder still not working for BBC radio shows. Is this something that can be fixed? or do we have to use the work arounds mentioned above.
My subscription for Replay Radio 9 is due in a few days and I am reluctant to renew if I can't use the URL finder.

Cheryl Wester
12-12-2015, 10:23 PM
Each stream is different. The best way is to use the method above. If there is a specific link you are having a hard time with contact tech support.