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|Bypassing Geo-Restrictions & Other Limitations in TV & Movies Sites|
|Topic Started: Aug 27 2010, 03:25 PM (23,730 Views)|
|JulianSalcedo||Aug 27 2010, 03:25 PM Post #1|
How to bypass Megavideo time limit
When you watch movies in http://megavideo.com a 72-minute time limit is imposed.
There are several ways to overcome this time limit:
1. When the video starts to play, pause it, wait till it is fully loaded (the light grey download bar will reach the end of the loading bar signifying that the video is fully downloaded), disconnect from your internet. Then watch it all. This FIRST option will ALWAYS work.
2. Watch the video until the ‘72 Min limit’ has appeared. If you have a router go to 192.168.2.5 (depending on your router) using your internet browser then enter your password (if there is one), then there should be a ‘Disconnect’ option somewhere. Click that to disconnect from the internet, then press ‘connect’ to be assigned a new IP address. Then just click where you were previously, and watch the rest of the movie. This method might only work if you have a changing ip (dynamic), but try it anyway.
3. When the video you are watching reaches the time limit, Megavideo will give you the following message:
“You have watched 72 mins of video today. Please wait ## minutes or click here to enjoy unlimited use of Megavideo.”
(## being the time you have to wait.)
Adjust the time on your computer clock to a time that is more than the minutes you have to wait. Say for example it is now 3:45 pm and you have to wait 15 minutes to watch the rest of video again. Add this 15 minutes to 3:45 pm, making it 4 pm. So all you have to do is adjust your time somewhere after 4 pm. And you can watch the rest of the video. Just follow the instructions. Go back to megavideo link and run video again.
4. Many ways have been posted everywhere (reset modem, watch in offline mode etc.) and none of them might work for you. Try this:
* Firefox Web Browser
* Video DownloadHelper Firefox Addon
* VLC Media Player
1. Download and Install all the requirements explained above.
2. Open your MegaVideo page
3. Start playing your video
4. When you’re playing your video the DownloadHelper button on the top left should become animated.
5. Ctrl+Click on the flv file written there and click on the option called ‘Copy URL’. Then, paste it on the address bar.
6. Once it asks you to download the file save it on your desktop.
7. You should find two files (a randomname.part file and a randomname.part.part file) on your desktop. If you have a slow internet connection you should wait for about 5 minutes before moving to the next step.
8. Open VLC Media Player and use it to open the randomname.part.part file saved on the desktop (if you’re not sure which one just try opening both)
9. Now you’ll be able to stream it while it is downloading and it should work WITHOUT any interruptions.
5. This method works 100% as of August 17th, 2009.
FoxyProxy can get by most things that are restricted by IP. A few examples:
The Megavideo Time Limit.
The BBCi Player Country Blocker
The Rapidshare Download Limit.
1. must be using firefox
2. install this add-on called foxy proxy https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2464
3. input one of these proxies from http://www.samair.ru/proxy/proxy-01.htm into the add-on program
4. when you hit the 72 minute limit you just have to switch ips
For detailed information and a youtube go to their website http://foxyproxy.mozdev.org/
note: some of the proxy well load megavideo slower than usual
6. Just copy and paste the megavideo link into this site:
Watch on megavideo, then when your limit is reached just paste the megavideo link into megastreaming link above and carry on where you left off.
Here are similar sites that remove the time limit:
7. Cacaoweb is a freeware.
http://www.cacaoweb.org/ (they also have a Firefox add-on which removes automatically time limits and advertising from Megavideo content encountered while browsing the web)
How to bypass Justin.TV time limit
Here is a new guide how to avoid the Justin.tv message:
This is much easier to use than the UltraSurf Guide.
Step 1 : Download Cheat Engine 5.5
Click here to download:
Cheat engine is designed for online gaming but it works perfectly with Justin.tv.
Step 2 : Start your Firefox Browser and run Cheat Engine 5.5
View this picture:
Click on the symbol process list.
Step 3 : Search in the Process List for "firefox" and open it
See this picture:
Click on the symbol process list.
Step 4 : Enable Speedhack put speed to 0,0 and apply
Take a look at this picture:
If you restart your browser you will have to do those 3 steps again.
Very easy to use, works perfectly and you can't damage anything!
Bypassing Justin.TV's time limit using UltraSurf
Step 1 : Download Ultrasurf.exe
Click here to download:
Recently UltraSurf 9.5 has been released which adds more feature and servers for anonymous browsing, it is one of the best free anonymous web surfing tools behind the firewalls and internet restrictions. This tool is the key to avoid the Justin.tv error message while watching live streams.
Step 1.1 : Guide for Internet Explorer
Take a look at this picture for a screenshot of UltraSurf:
UltraSurf is a small portable tool of approx size 400 KB with a single executable named u95.exe which has everything built in the single executable, just double click to run it.
Once you run UltraSurf it will automatically configure Internet Explorer and open the UltraSurf
homepage to start restriction free browsing of internet.
So no more Justin.tv stream errors. This is only working for Internet Explorer!
Dont browse for channels inside the IE Ultrasurf opened. Before opening Ultrasurf (or using another browser like Firefox) search for the channel you want. Whenever you are on the page of justin.tv that has the broadcast you want, then run Ultrasurf and paste the exact page there.
Should work this way.
The thing is that Ultrasurf uses a proxy that is the address that will retrieve the intro from justin.tv. This proxy is used for several users and justin.tv will block the browsing because it will receive several petitions (thousands) from the same address and it will conclude something is wrong with this requesting computer.
The same will happen to Google.
So use another browser to search and use Ultrasurf only when you are at the right channel.
Step 1.2 : Guide for Mozilla Firefox
Step 1: Install UltraSurf.. same steps like the Internet Explorer Guide
Step 2: Firefox users need to download a firefox add-on besides the software above
Click here to download:
Step 3: Unzip it, drag the wjbutton_en.xpi file to Firefox window.
Click the "Install" button in the pop-up window to install it.
The UltraSurf icon will show at the right-bottom of the Firefox window.
Now close all Firefox windows and re-open Firefox. Done
Step 4: Go to Options.
Step 5: Mark option "Do not use IE" and click OK.
Step 6: A grey-out UltraSurf icon means UltraSurf is disabled. A bright colorful icon means UltraSurf is enabled. Click it to enable/disable it. To change the settings or uninstall it, go to "tools/add-ons" of Firefox.
Start UltraSurf program and enable the Firefox add-on, enjoy all Justin.tv Streams.
UltraSurf 9 is a green software, which means no installation process is needed nor system setting is required to change when using the software. It is simply an executable on Windows platform. When it successfully connected to server, the Internet Explorer will open. You can close it and open the new one and start browsing.
For Mozilla Firefox user, you have to change your proxy configuration as follow :
* * Open Tools - Option - Advance - Network - Connection Setting
* * Select Manual Proxy Configuration
* * HTTP Proxy : 127.0.0.1 Port : 9666
* * Select 'Use this proxy server for all protocols'
* * Click OK
We recommend using the software rather than the Firefox addon.
If you want to use an other web browser, simply go to your browser's proxy settings and type down:
127.0.0.1 to address
9666 to port
There are other methods described here:
Here is another method:
1. Go to your "<drive>:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc" and open "hosts" using notepad
2. Add the line (without the quotes):
"127.0.0.1 (7 spaces) applian.securesites.com"
at the bottom and save
3. Install and run the app, enter the reg code: RMC-415, if necessery.
4. Thats it!
Another method is to use Orbit Downloader:
Or you can install Elite Proxy Switcher to test a bunch of proxies and use one of the good ones that pass EPS test. Here are a few sites you can get proxies from:
Copy the list from these sites and paste them on EPS. The proxies should be listed this way:
Some sites will list the proxies this way:
<IP address, for example 126.96.36.199>:<port #, for example 3128 or 80 or just any number>
The proxies must be listed as explained above so you can easily copy and paste them to EPS. Otherwise, you can paste the list on Notepad then modify them. You will do that only if a proxy list site lists the proxies as shown in this webpage:
As you can see, the IPs of the proxies are separated from their port by a long space. Modifying this list is just a matter of eliminating the space and replacing it with a colon, ":". You can do all your modification on Notepad.
The following proxies are listed this way:
188.8.131.52 3128 elite United States 05-March-2008
184.108.40.206 8080 anonymous United States 05-March-2008
220.127.116.11 80 anonymous United States
When you modify the above, they should look like this:
You don't have to remove these if you don't want to:
elite United States 05-March-2008
anonymous United States 05-March-2008
anonymous United States
They will be ignored by EPS. The important thing is they should follow the <IP address>:<port#> format. After you modify your list, copy and paste it on EPS. Don't manually type the list one proxy at a time. LOL! That would be too tedious and boring.
Use only Level 1 (Elite anonymous proxies) and Level 2 (Anonymous proxies) proxies as determined by EPS. Don't use transparent proxies (Level 3). Justin.TV has a way of knowing you are using a proxy if you're using a Level 3 proxy. Also just use proxies that use port 80. I tried using other ports but justin.tv kept rejecting it. Also restrict yourself to using U.S. and perhaps Canadian proxies only. Justin.tv is imposing some geo-restricting for the other countries.
You can find more proxy list sites on Google if you search long enough.
Search tip: Google "proxies by country", "country proxy list", & "american proxy list", "proxy list" (without the quotes, of course).
Watch Hulu Streaming Videos Anywhere in the World
GPass, which is a freeware, could be used to change your IP to a US address. Be careful though. McAfee SiteAdvisor red-flags it as a trojan. But my antivirus and other security software are not objecting to its presence. Use it in a sandbox if you feel threatened or skip using this method. You can download GPass from here:
NOTE: If you use GPass, as is it won't work. It is constantly searching for a tunnel and never succeeds. To make it work, you either use SKYPE (it has to be installed) or Tor (it has to be installed too - install the Vidalia bundle) with GPass. In GPass, click Options, then Tunnels tab. Then choose either Tor or Skype. Click the OK button in the popup window then click the APPLY button in the GPass interface. Whichever of them (Tor or Skype) you are using, launch either one. Watch Skype after it connects to its server. You will see on the upper portion of it a prompt asking you if you want to allow GPass. Allow it. Go back to GPass and click Applications. It will prompt you if you want to save your settings. OK it. On the right pane of GPass you will find the applications that are using GPass and to use any of them, just double click its icon. That's it. You can check your IP address by going to http://ipchicken.com and to check for your IP address' location you can go to http://www.ip-adress.com/ip_tracer/ . NOTE that when you go to IPChicken or IP-Adress, you have to be using the browser that you launched using GPass. If you launch your browser application any other way, like using your desktop shortcuts or your Start menu, your real IP address and location will show up and you will be defeating the purpose of using GPass. You have to use the browsers (or other applications) that you launch thru GPass, no ifs, ands or buts.
The problem with GPass using Skype is it is too slow of a connection so watching JustinTV via Skype tunneling is not an option. However, you can use it for browsing. A better alternative is using GPass with Tor (Vidalia bundle). JustinTV works just fine using that connection.
Edited by justin.kredible, Nov 19 2010, 07:49 PM.
|Rokan||Nov 11 2010, 01:43 AM Post #2|
More Megavideo Hacks - Bypass Megavideo Time Limit
NOTE: I made some changes and additions to the original article.
Regular readers would already know about 5 Hacks to Bypass Megavideo time limit which I had written almost a year back. Some of them still work, while others don’t, depending upon lots of factors. Some of you have been asking me to update the post, so I thought of digging further on other working hacks, resulting in this new post.
For the uninitiated, Megavideo is an online video portal with millions of videos, documentaries, TV shows and movies, but comes with an irritating 72 minutes (or 61 minutes now?) time limit after which the user is given an option to wait for 50+ minutes to continue watching or purchase a premium account which gets rid of this wait.
Check out these additional Megavideo hacks
1. Megavideo hack – Block Cookies
When you use this cookie method delete your cookies first then go to http://www.megavideo.com. Then look at your cookies again, block everything there or else this won't work, or at least it did not for me until I did this. So clear your web browser’s cache and delete cookies. And then Block cookies. You also need to set local storage to 0.
To set local storage to zero
First, go to the address of the Megavideo video you want to watch. Rightclick the video screen (do not play it) then choose Settings...
At the bottom of the Adobe Flash Player Settings interface, click the third icon (called Local Storage) from the left. Then slide the slider all the way to the left (zero). Then click the "Never ask again" checkbox below it. Finally, click the Close button.
To delete the cookies
If you are on Mozilla Firefox,
- Click on Tools > Page Info.
- Click on the Permissions tab. Under Set Cookies, if Use Default is checked, uncheck it then select Block.
My advice would be only to block cookies when watching a Megavideo movie/video because blocking cookies can interfere with other things online. So after watching the video, re-set the settings by re-checking the "Set Cookies": "Use Default" checkbox.
If you are on IE7 or IE8,
- Click on Tools > Internet Options.
- Click on the Privacy tab.
- Click on Sites.
- Under “Address of Website“, type “megavideo.com” (without the quotes), click Block.
- Repeat the previous step and this time type “www.megavideo.com“, click Block.
You can adjust the settings to block all cookies if you wish. My advice would be only to block cookies when watching megavideo because blocking cookies can interfere with other things online.
In SeaMonkey, click Tools>Cookie Manager>Manage Stored Cookies>Stored Cookies tab>Cookies Sites tab>type this:
Type this next:
Then click the Close button.
In Google Chrome, click the "Customize and Control" icon (aka the WRENCH icon at the top right corner of the browser). Then choose Options>Under the Hood tab>Content settings...>Cookies (under the Feature column)>Block sites from setting any data>Exceptions... button>type this:
Action: Block>OK>Add... button>type this:
Now, Disconnect your modem and wait for about 10 seconds before reconnecting it. Continue watching the video as before!
Mozilla Suite and SeaMonkey
To remove all cookies go to "Edit -> Preferences -> Privacy & Security -> Cookies -> Cookie Manager -> Stored Cookies (tab)" (or use "Tools -> Cookie Manager -> Manage Stored Cookies") and click "Remove All Cookies". To remove specific cookies, select a cookie from the list and click "Remove Cookie".
To remove all cookies, go to "Tools -> Options -> Privacy". In Firefox 3.5, select "Use custom settings for history" in the "Firefox will:" drop-down menu, if another option is shown. Select "Show Cookies..." and click "Remove All Cookies". To remove specific cookies, select a cookie from the list, and click "Remove Cookie".
Sometimes removing the cookies in the Cookie Manager is not sufficient and you need to delete the file that stores cookies in your Firefox profile folder ("cookies.sqlite" in Firefox 3 and above, "cookies.txt" in Firefox 2 or below).
The Torbutton extension interferes with cookie deletion.
Click on the "Tools" menu and select "Options".
Click the "Under the Hood" tab, locate the "Privacy" section and click the "Clear browsing data" button.
Select "Delete cookies and other site data" to delete all cookies from the list (alternatively, you can remove all cookies created within a specific time period by selecting the period you want from the dropdown list).
Select "Clear browsing history" to delete traces of which websites you've visited.
Internet Explorer 8
Click "Safety" on the Command bar
Select "Delete Browsing History"
Select the option for cookies and click Delete
Alternatively, Internet Explorer 8's new InPrivate browsing feature allows users to browse the internet without recording information from visited sites (including cookies). To use InPrivate mode:
Click "Safety" on the Command bar
Select "InPrivate Browsing"
Internet Explorer 7.x
Exit Internet Explorer 7, and then exit any instances of Windows Explorer
Click Start, click Run, type inetcpl.cpl, and then press ENTER
On the General tab, click Delete under Browsing History in the Internet Properties dialog box.
In the Delete Browsing History dialog box, click Delete Cookies
In the Delete Cookies dialog box, click Yes.
Internet Explorer (all other versions)
Internet Explorer saves cookies in more than one location, depending on the version of the browser and the version of Microsoft Windows being used.
The best way to find and delete them is to close Internet Explorer then use your file management software (such as Windows Explorer) and search for a folder called 'cookies'.
To delete all cookies at the end of every session, select it in the privacy settings under Tools > Preferences.
Click on Manage cookies to delete specific cookies or cookies from specific domains.
To delete all cookies immediately, go to Delete private data on the Tools menu.
Netscape Navigator 7.x
Choose Cookie Manager from the Tools menu.
Choose Manage Stored Cookies.
Remove any cookie from the list, or remove all cookies.
Netscape Navigator 6.x
Choose Cookie Manager from the Tools menu.
Choose Manage Stored Cookies.
Remove any cookie from the list, or remove all cookies.
Netscape Navigator 4.x
In Netscape, all cookies are stored into one file, called Cookies.txt, in the user preferences folder, making them easy to find and delete. The folder can be located by using your file management software to search your hard disk drive for "cookies.txt".
Users of Netscape Navigator 4.x may also stop cookies from being written to the hard drive, by making the cookies file read only. However, even if the browser can't "write" cookies to the hard drive, it can still cache them, and it may create a new cookie file.
This method is for those who have the Safari browser with Windows XP and/or Vista operating systems.
Once you have your Safari browser open, on the top right hand side you will see a button with the gear symbol on it. Click on the gear symbol, go down and click Reset Safari. You will get a pop up window with a list of checked items and a message asking you "Are you sure you want to reset Safari?". Click Reset to clear out all of the checked items on the list (which will not only include the cookies, but also cache, history, etc.).
You need a set up for each rendering engines in order to do so.
For Gecko engine, go to Tools>Lunascape Settings>General Settings, and click "Gecko Options" button. This will bring up Gecko engine options. Click "Privacy" and set it for "Never remember history." This allows private browsing.
For Trident engine, click "Trident Options." You can set it up just how you do with IE.
For Webkit engine, click "Webkit Options." Setting is under "Privacy".
Click Tools>Cookie Manager>Manage Stored Cookies>Stored Cookies tab>Remove All Cookies button.
Click Tools>Clean History>check Cookies checkbox>Clean Now! button.
Where are cookies stored in Windows?
The location of this folder depends on the version of Windows you have.
For Windows XP and Windows 2000 you can find cookies folder in the following location:
C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Cookies\
Note: If you have only one user account, you should replace [username] with Administrator.
The location of cookies files for Windows ME/NT/98/95:
C:\Windows\Cookies\ (If you don't have Profiles directory)
C:\Windows\Profiles\[username]\Cookies\ (If you have Profiles directory)
Note: on your computer Windows may be installed on another drive or in another directory.
Where are cookies stored in Vista?
By default, cookies location in Vista:
Note: on your computer Windows may be installed on another drive or in another directory.
2. Megavideo hack – Download videos via Userscripts
This is probably the best option which has been working for a long time now. Download the videos to your PC and watch them offline. Most Userscripts are cross-browser compatible and do not require the video to start playing to provide access to the download. This is also excellent for users who do not have Adobe Flash installed. make sure you have Greasemonkey installed.
Direct Megavideo FLV Link
3. Megavideo hack – Download videos via Browser Add-ons
Browser add-ons are usually limited to one web browser. Also, the video needs to be played for sometime so that the add-ons discover the stream and provide access to the download link. Most of these add-ons are for Firefox only.
Download Helper (Firefox)
4. Megavideo hack – Download videos via web services
Several websites offer services to download the videos directly to your PC by just providing the megavideo links.
Megavideo No Time Limit
5. Megavideo hack – Download videos via software
Desktop software provide an alternative way to download videos from megavideo. Most of them work only on Windows.
Free Video Zilla
Of-course you can check older Megavideo hacks in case you would like to. Feel free to share additional/new services or userscripts or add-ons you come across.
You can use this site:
They even have a bookmarklet. But it adds too many popups and ads and also it doesn’t work with JW player.
I also saw this online:
Cacaoweb works but takes too long to buffer. Lyke.co.cc, which is now ezywatch.com, works! they have two players, a free one (JW Player) and a premium player (don't knows it’s name) but the problem is to use the premium you have to do 1 survey but there is a easy way to get rid of the survey for the player. Just use XJZ survey remover - it's free and a bookmarklet. Surveys are the most obnoxious type of popup ever invented, and much of the time filling it out doesn’t even work.
Edited by justin.kredible, Nov 20 2010, 01:37 AM.
|Karsie||Nov 15 2010, 10:24 AM Post #3|
Here is another method:
Allow the Megavideo video that you are watching to reach its time limit. When it gets there, use a proxy. And to make switching proxies easy, install the free version of Elite Proxy Switcher (EPS). There are tons of websites where you can get long lists of proxies (IP addresses). Paste the list of proxies on the EPS. Have the EPS test the proxies (in EPS click Test>All) and when that's completed choose the proxy with the lowest time DELAY. Playing the Megavideo video might buffer or pause a lot because you're using a proxy and if that's the case, put the video on PAUSE and allow the video to download for a few minutes...then un-PAUSE it to watch it. If you reached the time limit AGAIN, switch back to your original IP without the proxy. You can easily do this using the Elite Proxy Switcher. Just rightclick the proxy that you're using in the EPS & choose "Disconnect from this proxy." When you reach the next time limit, switch back to the proxy again that you were using before which you can easily do with EPS (in EPS, rightclick the proxy's IP address in the list & choose "Set as current active proxy." Just keep switching back & forth from your original IP address to the proxy's IP address when you reach the time limit that Megavideo sets.
By the way, when the video stops due to the time limit, like I said switch to your proxy's IP address using EPS, then after that, click the Refresh or Reload button of your internet browser OR... just click the URL box or the address of the website on your browser & hit the Enter key. Start the video. You will notice that the video will start to play from the very beginning again. So look at the bottom part of the video and point your mouse there - notice that the controls appears when you put your mouse there. Notice too that there are 3 control bars there and the middle bar contains the video SCROLLER. You can drag that scroller BLOCK forward or backward to find that point where the movie stopped and from there you can resume playing the video.
|Karsie||Nov 16 2010, 02:53 AM Post #4|
How to bypass Megavideo's 72-minute limit
Follow 4 simple steps to get over it and watch how many episodes you wish:
Step 1: Click PLAY button of megavideo episode, click PAUSE and wait for the video to buffer to 100%.
Step 2: After the video is done buffering, go to your menu bar on your browser, and click on File > Work Offline.
Step 3: Delete your cookies before playing. You can do this by clicking on 'Tools' then 'Internet Options' if using IE (Internet Explorer). You can also use the freeware CCleaner to clear your cookies.
Step 4: Unclick the “Work Offline” button and do the same with other episodes.
An important step that's missing above is once you click 'Work Offline' you have to
Another way is:
... when you reach your limit, try turning your modem off for minute and on again - the server gives you a new IP address and you can watch another 72 minutes. This will only work if you have a DYNAMIC IP address. If you have a STATIC IP address, your IP address will remain the same even if you turn off your modem and on again.
You can also do the above by using the command "ipconfig" in DOS mode. Or you can click Start>Run>type cmd>hit Enter. When you get to the black and white screen, type the following:
The above command will release your IP address (you will lose your internet connection during this).
Then type this:
The above command will give you a new IP address (if you are provided by your ISP a dynamic, not static, IP address).
If the above still doesn't work, specially if you have a STATIC IP address, try changing the MAC address of your router. As Pres. OBAMA said, "YES, you can!" :evil-smile: Changing your MAC address will force your ISP to give you a different IP address, even though you are assigned a STATIC IP address. Bring out your router documentation or manual and read up on how to get to your router settings. If you created a password to enter the router settings, the router software will ask you for that to allow you access. From the router settings, you can change your MAC address. Make sure you jot down the original MAC address. All MAC addresses start with 00 so keep that in mind when you randomly create a new MAC address for your computer. There is a freeware called Technitium MAC Address Changer which can change the MAC address of your NIC card:
Click on Download Now. When you've downloaded it, "open" it (or doubleclick it). You can place their icon on your desktop or elsewhere. The page that appears through clicking on the icon may seem complex, but all that is needed is to click on "Change MAC" (near bottom left), then click on "Random MAC address" (center of screen), then click on "Change now". Your computer will open a popup; click on "Yes", and you're all set. If you see a MegaVideo limit, change your MAC address thus resulting in a new IP address via the Technitium icon as described.
BTW, if you're going to follow any of the above tricks, CLEAR YOUR COOKIES FIRST.
Here is another method:
If you are using Firefox go to Google & search for Illimitux. Install it using Firefox, not IE. Once you reach the limit, click the small window that appears and watch another 72 minutes of the video you're watching. Once you re-reach the limit there, switch back to the regular Megavideo and repeat.
Edited by Karsie, Nov 16 2010, 03:39 AM.
|Karsie||Nov 16 2010, 03:15 AM Post #5|
Watch the following 2 videos to learn how to get Megavideo movie and TV show links to use with the Megavideo trick. DovyTV posted these videos at his official site at http://dovytv.net/megavideomovies.html :
Tutorial 1 (Search for movies and TV shows on Filestube):
Tutorial 2 (Search for movies and TV shows on Clickpotato):
The Megavideo trick can be found here:
Thanks, DOVY! For those of you who haven't been to DovyTV, go there! It's awesome! Just take a look:
http://dovyweb.com/ (this is the homepage for English speakers)
http://dovyweb.com/movies/ (this is the NEW RELEASES MOVIE section of DovyTV)
For Spanish speakers, go here instead:
Edited by Karsie, May 30 2011, 03:53 PM.
|Karsie||Nov 16 2010, 03:16 AM Post #6|
How To Bypass and Skip MegaVideo Time Limit in 10secs!!!
Another way to bypass the Megavideo time limit is to use Streamo TV Player for Firefox/Lunascape:
Install it and then restart Firefox or Lunascape. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE PAGE THAT SAYS "TOO MANY PREMIUM USERS" IS JUST A TRICK AND ATTEMPT TO MAKE YOU BUY IT!!! Trust me, it only shows up once when you attempt to load a new video. All you have to do to make it go away is just refresh the page or re-click the link to the player again on the original page and X out the one that didnt work. ENJOY!!!
Here is another way:
How to bypass MegaVideo time limit
Watch the video here:
|MENSA-Hero||Nov 19 2010, 01:25 PM Post #7|
Getting Rid of SURVEYS Blocking A Website
There are certain websites, specially movie sites, which imposes for viewers to fill up surveys first before being allowed to access the site. If you ever encounter such a problem, copy the following and paste it to your browser's address bar/box and then hit the ENTER key:
Copy as is and don't add or subtract any spaces.
|justin.kredible||Nov 19 2010, 08:04 PM Post #8|
There are 8 methods mentioned in this article:
HowTo: Bypass Megavideo Time Limit
As you already know, Megavideo imposes a 72-minute viewing limit. What you need to do is copy the Megavideo address of the movie or video that you want to view then paste it onto any of the following addresses:
Megavideo Bypass Sites
http://videourls.com/ (hover your mouse over the word 'Bypass')
http://www.cacaoweb.org/ (a freeware that removes megavideo time limit)
http://cineraculo.com/vermegavideolink.aspx (just enter the video link on “Link de Megavideo” and click “ver”, then you will get the video without limits)
Edited by justin.kredible, Nov 20 2010, 01:30 AM.
|justin.kredible||Nov 20 2010, 02:15 AM Post #9|
2 Ways To Bypass Website/Forum Registration
Do you visit too many site? There are many sites which require registration. Are there ways to bypass them? Yes it is possible now. Just doing a simple trick, we can do that.
A. Google Bot: Most good sites never block Google to index there content. So if we are able to visit as Google bot then we will be able to bypass the registration page. Let’s try that. For this trick we first need to install a Firefox add-on called User-Agent Switcher:
Step 1: Install this plugin and then go to Tools > User Agent Switcher > Options and then again to Options.
Step 2: Select User Agent from the left sidebar and then click Add. Now in the description field type, add:
and in user agent field type:
Step 3: Select Google Bot From User Agent Switcher.
Step 4: Now it’s all done! Now visit any website without registering.
B. BugMeNot: Its like an open source social network. Where many people share there ID/username and password but it’s your duty not to make changes to them so others can use them too. All you need to do is search for the site's URL for which you need login information. You will find multiple ID's and passwords. Some are definitely valid.
|Karsie||Nov 22 2010, 09:15 PM Post #10|
Other ways to bypass Megavideo time limit:
A. Proceed to this page:
If you're using Google Chrome, drag the MaxMegaVideo link to your Bookmark Bar (if this bar is not visible just hold down CTRL, SHIFT keys and hit the letter B key on your keyboard) so it creates a shortcut or a bookmark on the bar:
You can also put it to your bookmarks.
Then go to the Megavideo movie link (do not play the video/movie) and when you get there, click the MaxMegaVideo shortcut/bookmark on Chrome's Bookmark Bar. Wait a little..then you'll see the browser change about two times to a different page. Then you'll see a video screen appear, covering one-third of the page on the left side. Click the PLAY button and it should play without the time limit. You can also opt to display it in full screen.
If you're using Firefox you can also drag the MaxMegaVideo link to its Bookmarks Toolbar. And follow the same steps as above or you can rightclick on the above link and choose "Bookmark This Link"...then click Save. Then go to the MegaVideo movie site of your choice and after the page has loaded, click the bookmark for "MaxMegaVideo" or click the shortcut on Chrome's Bookmarks Toolbar (if this Toolbar is not displayed, just click View>Bookmarks Toolbar). Same as above, this process will take you to a page that will display the video player. Just click the PLAY button to watch the movie without a time limit. You also have the option to display the video in full screen.
If you're using IE, rightclick the link above and choose "Add to Favorites...", click YES>Add. Then go to the MegaVideo movie site of your choice and after the page has loaded click Favorites>MaxMegaVideo.
B. Here is another website that bypasses the Megavideo time limit:
Edited by Karsie, Nov 23 2010, 01:17 AM.
|MaxEdRoom||Dec 7 2010, 07:44 PM Post #11|
|Karsie||Jan 2 2011, 01:00 PM Post #12|
How to access BBC iPlayer, Hulu, Fancast, Pandora, any other region-restricted sites
by Slopbox of http://stream-recorder.com/forum/
If you are using Firefox:
Install the Modify Headers addon:
In Firefox, Go to "Tools" -> "Modify headers".
From the drop-down box on the left select "Add".
Then enter: "X-Forwarded-For" in the first input box (without quotes).
Enter a U.S. IP address in the 2nd input box (without quotes) for accessing a US website.
Leave the last input box empty, save the filter, and enable it.
Refer to this picture:
Click the "Configuration" tab on the right then proceed to check the "Always on" button.
Close the Modify Headers box and it should work.
If this doesn't work for you, block TCP and UDP traffic coming through port 1935.
In Linux run the following in the Terminal:
In Mac OS run the following in the Terminal:
In Windows XP, 2003 run the following in the command prompt:
To verify the successful assignment of your filtering rule, set the working folder to C:\Program Files\Support Tools at the command prompt, and then type the following command:
See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813878 for more.
Other methods are discussed in this thread:
Edited by Karsie, Jan 2 2011, 01:23 PM.
|Rodnick||Jan 10 2011, 08:33 PM Post #13|
You will hear a short 10 sec ad before your call is connected. This sponsored call will give you only 5 min to talk to anyone in world. No registration required or credit card information required.
Landline : Free calls to United States, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil (Rio de Janeiro / Sao Paulo , Salvador, Recife, Brasilia, Florianopolis), Canada, Chile (Santiago only), China, Colombia (Bogota, Cali, Cartagena, Medellin), Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Guadeloupe, Guam, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico(Guadlajarah / Mexico City / Monterrey, Acapulco, Cancun, Ciudad Juárez, León, Mexicali, Morelia, Puebla, Puerto Vallarta, Tijuana), Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia (Moscow / St. Petersburg only), Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey (Istanbul, Izmir only), United Kingdom, US Virgin Island, Vatican City, Venezuela
Mobile Phones : Free Calls to United States, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, Thailand
How to make free calls without any registration
Just follow these simple steps :
STEP 1 : Dial any of the US Local Access number for Freephone2phone.com
DETROIT , MI (313) 879-6549
FORT WORTH, TX (817) 886-2912
DALLAS, TX (214) 270-0651
DENVER, CO (720) 257-7052
CINCINNATI, OH (513) 488-0510
CHICAGO, IL (312) 262-0496
DALLAS, TX (214) 270-0651
Other number are available on freephone2phone.com website.
STEP 2 : In Main menu dial 1 for making a call
STEP 3 : Dial you destination number in format below
US and CANADA number 1 + Area code + number
For international call 011 + country code + Number (eg for INDIA 01191NUMBER)
Your call will be connected for next 5 min and you will hear beeps just before 30 sec of call disconnect.
How to Make free calls using freephone2phone.com service from Outside USA
Please note that this service is strictly for US-based people. But if you are not in USA and want to use the free calling service then you need to call the US access number from any of the Free US calling services like Gmail, icall or other Betamax service. However your caller identity should be US otherwise your call will not be completed.
Ringplus is a similar service:
Edited by Karsie, Jan 10 2011, 08:38 PM.
|ChintzyLezay||Feb 9 2011, 12:46 AM Post #14|
This is a list of usernames and passwords that can be used to access Justin TV. This is for informational purposes only and is in no way condoning their use if their use is illegal in your country:
Their use might get you in trouble. Fair warning!
Edited by Karsie, Feb 9 2011, 12:48 AM.
|Karsie||Feb 9 2011, 01:07 AM Post #15|
Some people say you can use Hotspot Shield as described here:
However, many who tried the above method say it doesn't work because Justin TV knows about the trick or the IP addresses used by Hotspot Shield. You are, of course, welcome to try.
This is the way you do it, according to the thread above:
Hotspot Shield runs on:
* Windows 7
* Windows XP
* Windows 2000
* Windows Vista
* Mac OS X (10.4 Tiger)
* Mac OS X (10.5 Leopard)
* Mac OS X (10.6 Snow Leopard)
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