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[8WR] XenRio (Streams) PRO

[8WR] XenRio (Streams) PRO [Paid] 1.2.5

No permission to buy ($40.00)

Jaxel

Well-known member
#1
Jaxel submitted a new resource:

[8wayRun.Com] XenRio (Streams) (version 1.0.1) - Live Streaming Browser
XenRio is a live streaming browser and front-end. It periodically scrapes various APIs in order to keep your users informed of the currently live broadcasts relevant to your community. It allows you to set up various types of restrictions to cater directly to your community.
Read more about this resource...
 

Mike Edge

Well-known member
#2
Can you stream random twitch channels or do you need to know stream password etc.. Like for example on my WoW site if I wanted to do pages for Kungen and Swifty.. Do I need only the stream URL to set it up?
 

Jaxel

Well-known member
#3
Can you stream random twitch channels or do you need to know stream password etc.. Like for example on my WoW site if I wanted to do pages for Kungen and Swifty.. Do I need only the stream URL to set it up?
You only need to know the stream URL... You should watch the video I posted in the product page.
 

masterchief

Well-known member
#9
AWESOME!!!! thank you jaxel

What can be done to open more categories for live streaming??
I mean, I have like 8 pages of links to live video streams for gaming....
 

Enguerran A

Well-known member
#16
Jaxel said:
No. The EventsStream block was part of the streaming system of XenAtendo... which no longer exists.
hum, so is there a way to display stream in the portal as usual (with this block) or will you implemant that in a future update?
By the way I'll bye this one :):)
 

Luke F

Well-known member
#20
I'm having trouble getting any online streams to appear when it's set to show approved channels only, I am always getting "There are no live streams broadcasting at this time..."

The other 3 modes seem work perfectly but are not what I'm after.

The channel_id in ewrrio_streams is being correctly filled in when an approved channel is popular enough to be shown in the other modes, if that helps. So I guess the approved channel info is correct.

Also I'm dealing only in twitch.tv streams

Edit: Another thing I've noticed, if I manually go to an online stream page via the channels list, the text at the bottom reads "Last stream scrape: Stream offline"

Edit 2: The ewrrio_streams table is always empty when on channels mode