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$50usd - facebook vid high quality fetch wtb

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by baokyrox, May 23, 2011.

  1. baokyrox

    baokyrox BANNED BANNED

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    hi, i paying.50us.to.get facebook vid high quality src w/o login.

    code must in php
    offer 50 to.80usd
    paypal.

    pm me, i dont want /video/video.php?id
     
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    pyrogod117 Registered Member

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    Can you elaborate? What you're asking really doesn't make too much sense.
     
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    using facebook graph api or old rest xml api to get video.high_qual src which is a mp4 file
     
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    i want what thread opener get, the high quality src forum.developers.facebook.net/viewtopic.php?id=89651
     
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    the offer is now increase to 100usd
     
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    The link to get the info on the video (which includes the url) is just a call to graph with the video id, like this:

    https://graph.facebook.com/614004947048

    The returned info includes a link to the source, which I assume is what you want?

    Code:
       "id": "614004947048",
       "from": {
          "name": "Facebook Engineering",
          "category": "Computers/technology",
          "id": "9445547199"
       },
       "tags": {
          "data": [
             {
                "id": "220439",
                "name": "Bret Taylor",
                "created_time": "2009-09-25T01:43:47+0000"
             }
          ]
       },
       "name": "Tornado Tech Talk (9/23/2009)",
       "description": "Last night Facebook's Bret Taylor gave a special edition tech talk on the recently open-sourced Tornado Web server. Check out the video below or go here (http://bit.ly/4rw6Tt) for slides and more information about Tornado.",
       "picture": "http://vthumb.ak.fbcdn.net/hvthumb-ak-snc6/244724_765978136558_614004947048_51286_1262_t.jpg",
       "embed_html": "\u003cobject width=\"400\" height=\"224\" >\u003cparam name=\"allowfullscreen\" value=\"true\" />\u003cparam name=\"movie\" value=\"http://www.facebook.com/v/614004947048\" />\u003cembed src=\"http://www.facebook.com/v/614004947048\" type=\"application/x-shockwave-flash\" allowfullscreen=\"true\" width=\"400\" height=\"224\">\u003c/embed>\u003c/object>",
       "icon": "http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/rsrc.php/v1/yD/r/DggDhA4z4tO.gif",
       "source": "http://video.l3.fbcdn.net/cfs-l3-ash4/80151/337/614004947048_32798.mp4?oh=90a7225bc92b95b4d73f27508f96b3d1&oe=4DDDDE00&l3s=20110524044840&l3e=20110526045840&lh=0907400a6d08fcbd6eb69",
       "created_time": "2009-09-25T00:54:30+0000",
       "updated_time": "2009-09-25T00:54:30+0000",
    It requires an access token, so I don't believe it can be done without a login to acquire the token.