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    Default Is there a way to timeshift the webfeed of equestrian events?

    Ok, so eventing will be entirely available, end to beautiful end, on the NBC website via livestream. That's great, except I have a JOB.

    Does anyone know any way to capture, save, etc. the livestream to time shift it and watch it later, like that night? Anybody? Bueller? Bueller?
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    Record/DVD.
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    Equibrit, it's on a WEBFEED. How would I DVD that?
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    I think I just read that we have access to all the live stuff and lots of it will be recorded for viewing later.... I'm just trying to figure out the website ... Would love to hear from someone who's figured it out - I'm getting nowhere fast.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Lori B View Post
    Equibrit, it's on a WEBFEED. How would I DVD that?
    http://www.nchsoftware.com/capture/i...FRJl7AodmhIAKQ

    There's quite a few free programs that record.
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    Then I'm dependent on my laptop not freezing up, not timing out, etc. for hours and hours. I'll try it, but capturing the stream into the DVR would be the real solution.

    Off to get in touch with my inner AV geek. Ugh.
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    You would be dependent on your laptop anyway if it is streaming the AV. You can watch replays of events on the NBC site - but who knows how much of the event they will chose to replay or any at all?

    I can send the stream to my TV via an HDTV cable. I've never tried sending it to a DVR though. If that didn't work you could always send it to the TV and then out of it to the DVR. It may save your laptop from expiring.
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