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spacereaper82 18th October 2018 09:39 AM

BS Player with Sopcast
 
Hi there :wink

I'm looking for a player that can be used for streaming videos from the Internet via Sopcast and VPNs. I know that VLC player supports working with Sopcast, however, I don't know about other players.
1. Is it possible to use the BS.Player with Sopcast?
2. Does it work while using with VPNs? Are there some VPNs services (for example reviewed here) that work with this player best?


Thanx in advance!

licensequote 3rd May 2019 01:08 PM

Use the BS.Player with Sopcast
 
1 Create a new plain text file using a text editor and copy the contents of "#Basic playercorefactory.xml file" to it.
2 Go to the section of the file that says EDIT THIS SECTION and replace all the instances of CHOOSE PLAYER NAME HERE with the external player name that you would like to use (exact name defined where it says "player name=" in the list of players).
3 optional
You might want to use only some external players for some files/streams, or even use more than one external player, depending on the file type and stream. In most cases you will likely just want to use one external player.
4 optional
Use dvdplayer for any file type/stream type where you want to use Kodi's default internal player.
5 Save this file as playercorefactory.xml in your userdata folder and reboot Kodi if it is still open. You should now be done.

:smile

alexkroes 7th August 2019 04:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by licensequote (Beitrag 86726)
1 Create a new plain text file using a text editor and copy the contents of "#Basic playercorefactory.xml file" to it.
2 Go to the section of the file that says EDIT THIS SECTION and replace all the instances of CHOOSE PLAYER NAME HERE with the external player name that you would like to use (exact name defined where it says "player name=" in the list of players).
3 optional
You might want to use only some external players for some files/streams, or even use more than one external player, depending on the file type and stream. In most cases you will likely just want to use one external player.
4 optional
Use dvdplayer for any file type/stream type where you want to use Kodi's default internal player.
5 Save this file as playercorefactory.xml in your userdata folder and reboot Kodi if it is still open. You should now be done.

:smile

Thanks for the solution. That works!


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