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Autoblogged - Trailers

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by robibrk, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. robibrk

    robibrk Regular Member

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    Come on guys, no one knows this?
     
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    xumarix Newbie

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    http://www.watchnewmoviereleased.co.cc/ i use poweblogger and http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.run?_id=0226a83055be57a71b61aa5d70c5d5d6&_render=rss to format the feed from apple.
    add me on gtalk id xum4r1x maybe we can talk.
     
  4. adbox

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    I dont believe you will be able to source in video from this rss, because each article link in the rss goes to a uniquely templeted page. There is no way to "standardize" scraping so as to pull embeddable content each time.

    You would have to make a custom script to search the source link for ".mov" links and the use string manipulations to auto embed those links. I believe.
     
  5. robibrk

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    Ok, thanks for replay. What rss can you recommend for my trailer site? What about yahoo video?
     
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    can you give example of a yahoo video rss?
     
  7. robibrk

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    Its looking like the same situation with those feeds as well. Not every movie page has a trailer, and the trailer has to be clicked from each page to open it .

    You are looking at a custom script or a complex yahoo pipe that will give inconsistent performance.

    Any other feeds?