Friday, 29 March 2013

Free GPRS In Airtel Trick

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AIRTEL Free GPRS Real Host Trick March 2013
Hello Dear Friend's,
I Hope You Are Daily Visiting Mahey Computer Tricks For Latset Mobile Tricks.

Today I Am Again Back With Latest Airtel Free GPRS Trick.

Follow Below Instructions:-
  • Make Airtel "Mobile Office" As Your Default Setting In Your Mobile
  • Open UCWEB Handler
  • Make Changes In Your Real Host As Mentioned Below:-
  • airtellive.com OR live.airtelworld.com OR 103.15.227.45
  • Now Save This Settings And Restart Your Mobile.
Note:- Use This Trick @ Low Balance,
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Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Watch Live TV channels streams with VLC media player

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If you’re wondering how to watch live TV using VLC, here is a useful list. It’s a short list as you’ll see, but as you probably already know, is hard to find a lot of live TV channels streams, all working. Some of these streams are buffering like MTV’s streams or Fox News and Discovery Science stream.
You can download my Live TV Streams List and play it with VLC or you can open it with notepad and change the order of TV channels or even delete from the list what you don’t want. If you want to edit the file just pay closer attention to do not mess it up :)
If you want to play individual TV channels, copy the TV stream URL, click on Media tab and then Open Network and fill in the URL of the stream in the address field and click play.
Stream protocols you can play in VLC:
RTSP – Real Time Streaming Protocol
MMS – Microsoft Media Server.
URL – Uniform Resource Locator (URL)
The TV streams I have been included into my list:
MSNBC News Channel (Live TV stream) – rtsp://dssushi.mobitv.com:554/39f28/1-EVDOQVGA.sdp
Discovery Science (Live TV stream) – rtsp://dssushi.mobitv.com:554/39f28/3-EVDOQVGA.sdp
NRJ Pure Music (Live TV stream) – mms://vipnrj.yacast.net/nrj_tvhit
USA DeeJayTV (Live TV stream) – mms://live.mediaserver.kataweb.it/deejaytv?MSWMExt=.asf
Music Box UK (Live TV stream) – mms://81.89.49.210/musicbox
MTV (Live TV stream) – http://87.239.230.9:8001
MTV Dance (Live TV stream) – http://87.239.230.9:8000
If you know other live TV streams, working with VLC, please share ;) Thanks!
UPDATE. Here a new list with British Live TV channels. Many thanks to myp2pforum.eu.
Hint: It seams that is better if these TV channels are played one by one, not into a play-list. My recommendation is to extract the URLs from these 2 lists and play them separately in VLC (CTRL+N).
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Howto stream Live TV Channel / Local File over the Network using VLC GUI n CLI and view it via browser/player!

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Following is a quick guide on Howto broadcast local media File OR LIVE TV Channel using TV Tunner Card over the network using VLC media player, and this streaming can be viewed at client pc either via VLC media player or Firefox Web Browser.

REQUIREMENTS:

For Server Mode:
1) Any Windows Operating System like XP / 2003 / Win7
2) TV Tunner Card (For TV Channel) (I used DANNY’s TV card)
OR
3) Local Media Files like Videos MV / FLV /DAT file(s)
For Clients Mode:
1) VLC Media Player OR
2) Firefox Web Browser (First install FIREFOX then install VLC in FULL mode)

Section # 1 : LOCAL MEDIAL FILE STREAMING

1 #)  SERVER SIDE CONFIGURATION:  [GUI method]
First install VLC Media plyer. [I used 0.98a version in this example].
Open VLC Media Player,
Goto Media > Streaming ,
Now select your desired file and click on Stream button.
See the attached picture.
Now a new window will open and it will give you many option to choose.
# First in OUTPUT options, select HTTP, in address bar type your system Local ip , in my case its 192.168.2.6 and in port, type any available port, I used 1234.
# Now in Profile section, we will use ready made profile name “Windows (wmv/asf).
That’s it. Now hit the STREAM button, and it will start streaming the file over the network.
See the image below.



2#  SERVER SIDE CONFIGURATION  [CLI Mode]

You can also stream any file using CLI method which is quick (once you get familiar with the idea how streaming works in GUI), its also useful to make batch scripts if you want start Streaming automatically when the system restarts.
CLI for Local File:

C:\Program Files\VideoLAN\VLC>vlc.exe -vvv c:\vdo.dat :sout=#transcode{vcodec=WMV2,vb=800,scale=1,acodec=wma,ab=128,channels=2}:duplicate{dst=std{access=http,mux=asf,dst=192.168.2.6:1234
CLI for TV TUNNER CARD:
vlc -vvv dshow:// :dshow-vdev="713x BDA Analog Capture" :dshow-adev="" :sout=#transcode{vcodec=WMV2,vb=800,scale=1,acodec=wma2,ab=128,channels=2,samplerate=44100}:duplicate{dst=http{mux=asf,dst=:1234/},dst=display} :no-sout-rtp-sap :no-sout-standard-sap :ttl=1 :sout-keep
 To Add Logo in Streaming:

out=#transcode{vcodecvlc -vvv --logo-file C:\aa.jpg dshow:// :dshow-vdev="713x BDA Analog Capture" :dshow-adev="":s=WMV2,vb=800,scale=1,acodec=wma,ab=128,channels=2,sfilter=logo}:duplicate{dst=display,dst=std{access=http,mux=asf,dst=>192.168.2.6:1234


HOWTO STREAM Video via  HTTP method:

Open Notepad, and paste the following text.
(For some reasons, html code doesn’t show properly on wordpress BLOGs, So please copy the raw code from following pastebin link:
http://pastebin.com/d9SnHpjy

  1. <html>
  2. <head><title>Live TV Channel Stream Testing aacable@hotmail.com</title>
  3. <meta name="description" content="Live TV Channel Stream Testing Template By aacable@hotmail.com">
  4. </head>
  5. <body bgcolor="#000000">
  6. <h1 align="center"><font color="#FF0000">Live TV Channel Stream Testing<br>
  7. </font><blink><font size="4" color="#FFFF00">Template By
  8. </font><font color="#00FF00" size="2">SYED JAHANZAIB </font>
  9. <font size="4" color="#00FF00">
  10. <a href="mailto:aacable@hotmail.com"><font color="#FFFF00">aacable@hotmail.com</font></a></font></blink></h1>
  11. <p align="center"><font color="#FF0000">
  12. <embed type="application/x-vlc-plugin"
  13. name="tv"
  14. autoplay="yes" loop="no" hidden="no" width="640" height="480"
  15. target="http://192.168.2.6:1234" />
  16. <br />
  17. &nbsp;</font></p>
  18. </body>
  19. </html>
Now SAVE this file as tv.html , Open it in FIREFOXand it will automatically start playing the streaming file. You can also copy it to your IIS web server root folder e.g c:\inetpub\wwwroot so any of your client can view it via there browser pointing to your webserver e.g  http://192.168.2.6/tv.html
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Howto View Streaming Video from Client Side using VLC

First install VLC Media Player on client computer, then Open VLC media player,
Goto Media > Open Network and type http://192.168.2.6:1234 and hit enter,it will start playing the streaming video. See the attached picture.


Howto View Streaming Video from Client Side using Firefox Web Browser:

Open Firefox Browser and type
Sample Output:

# How to change the channel Which is broadcasting . . .

There are couple of options and controls that you can provide to your users. VLC is very advance and powerful application for all sorts of multimedia needs. Just dig more n more n you will find the solution. You can even create IPTV base project  in VLC or simply create Video On Deman VOD which is very easy.
First Open the Tv Tunner viewer and tune all the channels using auto scanning. Then view any channel of your choice, now close the viewer application. Now If you start broadcasting the channel using VLC, it will by default stream the channel that you last viewed by the TV Tunner viewer application.

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Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Google Breadcrumb for Blogger

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The Google Search Result Snippet is the main thing that helps users decide whether your page is relevant to their search or not. The snippet which gets displayed is generated using Google’s algorithms. But you can assist Google in generating a meaningful Snippet. This can be done using structured microdata, microformat or RDFa markups.
Breadcrumbs are useful navigational trails displayed on Google if you have added the breadcrumb markup to your Blog.
Here is a Screenshot of breadcrumbs in Google Search : (Note the area marked with the yellow rectangle)The Google Search Result Snippet is the main thing that helps users decide whether your page is relevant to their search or not. The snippet which gets displayed is generated using Google’s algorithms. But you can assist Google in generating a meaningful Snippet. This can be done using structured microdata, microformat or RDFa markups.
Breadcrumbs are useful navigational trails displayed on Google if you have added the breadcrumb markup to your Blog.
Here is a Screenshot of breadcrumbs in Google Search : (Note the area marked with the yellow rectangle)
Google Breadcrumb for Blogger
Google gets this breadcrumb information from the structured HTML content in your webpage. Adding these markups doesn’t guarantee that your Blog results will always have the breadcrumbs, but it is likely to be displayed in Google Search Pages.

How can I add the Google Breadcrumb Markup to Blogger?

If you have been following this blog for long, you might have read my previous post on breadcrumbs. I have updated all codes in that post so that it uses RDFa breadcrumb markup. For Blogger, these markup tags would be useful only on Post pages, and hence the code handles just that. So you just have to go there and follow the tutorial. If you are already using breadcrumbs on your blog(using my old tutorial or other versions of that on the internet), then you will have to remove it first before following the updated breadcrumb tutorial.
Tutorial Link: Adding Google Breadcrumb Markup to Blogger
Once done, you can test the markup using Google’s Rich Snippets Testing Tool. I too have added the same markup to my blog(just before making this post).
Google Has provided both microdata and RDFa markup samples for breadcrumbs. My tutorial uses the RDFa format, at it looks less cluttered than the other one. The markup will use the last label for the post as it’s tag. It will omit the rest of the labels while generating the breadcrumb.
If you have any questions, or if you got to see the breadcrumbs for your blog on Google Search, do comment and let us know.
Google Breadcrumb for Blogger
Google gets this breadcrumb information from the structured HTML content in your webpage. Adding these markups doesn’t guarantee that your Blog results will always have the breadcrumbs, but it is likely to be displayed in Google Search Pages.

How can I add the Google Breadcrumb Markup to Blogger?

If you have been following this blog for long, you might have read my previous post on breadcrumbs. I have updated all codes in that post so that it uses RDFa breadcrumb markup. For Blogger, these markup tags would be useful only on Post pages, and hence the code handles just that. So you just have to go there and follow the tutorial. If you are already using breadcrumbs on your blog(using my old tutorial or other versions of that on the internet), then you will have to remove it first before following the updated breadcrumb tutorial.
Tutorial Link: Adding Google Breadcrumb Markup to Blogger
Once done, you can test the markup using Google’s Rich Snippets Testing Tool. I too have added the same markup to my blog(just before making this post).
Google Has provided both microdata and RDFa markup samples for breadcrumbs. My tutorial uses the RDFa format, at it looks less cluttered than the other one. The markup will use the last label for the post as it’s tag. It will omit the rest of the labels while generating the breadcrumb.
If you have any questions, or if you got to see the breadcrumbs for your blog on Google Search, do comment and let us know.
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Google Breadcrumb for Blogger

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The Google Search Result Snippet is the main thing that helps users decide whether your page is relevant to their search or not. The snippet which gets displayed is generated using Google’s algorithms. But you can assist Google in generating a meaningful Snippet. This can be done using structured microdata, microformat or RDFa markups.
Breadcrumbs are useful navigational trails displayed on Google if you have added the breadcrumb markup to your Blog.
Here is a Screenshot of breadcrumbs in Google Search : (Note the area marked with the yellow rectangle)
Google Breadcrumb for Blogger
Google gets this breadcrumb information from the structured HTML content in your webpage. Adding these markups doesn’t guarantee that your Blog results will always have the breadcrumbs, but it is likely to be displayed in Google Search Pages.

How can I add the Google Breadcrumb Markup to Blogger?

If you have been following this blog for long, you might have read my previous post on breadcrumbs. I have updated all codes in that post so that it uses RDFa breadcrumb markup. For Blogger, these markup tags would be useful only on Post pages, and hence the code handles just that. So you just have to go there and follow the tutorial. If you are already using breadcrumbs on your blog(using my old tutorial or other versions of that on the internet), then you will have to remove it first before following the updated breadcrumb tutorial.
Tutorial Link: Adding Google Breadcrumb Markup to Blogger
Once done, you can test the markup using Google’s Rich Snippets Testing Tool. I too have added the same markup to my blog(just before making this post).
Google Has provided both microdata and RDFa markup samples for breadcrumbs. My tutorial uses the RDFa format, at it looks less cluttered than the other one. The markup will use the last label for the post as it’s tag. It will omit the rest of the labels while generating the breadcrumb.
If you have any questions, or if you got to see the breadcrumbs for your blog on Google Search, do comment and let us know.
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Review Markup For Blogger

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Lately I have been posting about different Rich Text markups which can help Google in displaying your Blog beautifully on Google Search Pages. Here is another one which would be useful to people who write review products like Gadgets, Movies, Games etc. This won’t be useful to any one else out there :P
Here is a screenshot of how the Review data would appear on Google Search Results
Review Markup For Blogger
The Search Snippet will display the rating provided  by the author along with the name of the author and the date on which he made the review. Google picks up this Data from the Rich Text Markups that you add to your Review Post. This kind of a review is termed as individual review or you can call it as the post author’s review The aggregate review based on user feedback is not yet possible on Blogger as blogger doesn’t have a proper mechanism to collect feedbacks from the readers.
This is the minimal(not exactly) Markup required to display review information in Google Search.
<div class="hreview">
 <span class="item">
 <span class="fn">Name of the Product you are reviewing</span><br/>
 </span>
 Reviewed by <span class="reviewer">Your Name</span>
on <span class="dtreviewed"> Jan 6 2012<span title="2012-01-06" class="value-title">
</span><br/>
 </span>
 Rating: <span class="rating">4.5</span>
</div>
Paste this snippet to the end of your Review Post after editing it properly.To paste this snippet you will have to switch to the HTML mode of the Blogger Post Editor. Also make sure that you have added a jump break in your post somewhere before this review snippet.This step is important and if you miss this, it will lead to multiple reviews on the same page.  The data in red should be edited and I think all of it is pretty much self explanatory. The rating can be provided out of 5. Once you publish the post, you can see a preview of the Review Snippet by using the Google Rich Snippets Testing tool.
Note: If you are using different Rich Text markups, all of them one be displayed on Google at once. So you have to choose based on the  data that you would want to be displayed on Google Search. You can play around with the Snippet Testing tool and customize it in the way you like it to be displayed.
Adding this markup doesn’t guarantee that the Review data will be displayed on Google. But it is most likely that it would be displayed provided  you have a quality blog. :)
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Threaded Comments For Blogger

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Blogger has just announced the much awaited feature "Threaded Comments For Blogger" and you might have already seen it on your Blog if you are using a default Blogger Template. If you are using your own custom Template, then you will have to tweak your template for the threaded comments to appear.
This is how the Threaded Comments will look like (Screen shot taken form the Official Blogger Buzz Blog)
single level thread on blogger

How to get the Threaded Comments ?

1. Make sure that you have enabled Comment Feeds
2. Use the Embedded Comment Form.
3. Now If you are not seeing the Threaded Comments, then it means that you have a customized template.
There are different methods to fix this. But before doing any of those download a backup of your Template.
On the Old UI, you can get a backup at option in Design > Edit HTML > Download Full Template
threaded comments in blogger
If you are using the New UI, then you can find the same at Template > Backup/Restore (Right Side) > Download full Template
threaded comments in blogger

Tweaks to get the Threaded Comments:

1. The simplest method is to reset each of your Widgets to default. Doing this will revert back any customization which you or the template designer has made to the Widgets.
You can reset the widgets by going to the Edit HTML page, and clicking on the link which says “Revert widget templates to default” . If you tried this and lost your Customizations, you can always get them back by re-uploading your Template using the Backup/Restore option
2. If you don’t want to reset the widget templates, then you will have to manually Edit your template.
Find each occurrence of this snippet
<b:include data='post' name='comments'/>
and replace it with
<b:if cond='data:post.showThreadedComments'>
<b:include data='post' name='threaded_comments'/>
<b:else/>
<b:include data='post' name='comments'/>
</b:if>
and you should probably see the threaded view on your blog. If that too doesn’t help leave a comment here and we will try to debug it together :-)
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