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    I forgot how to do it, it was something like httpyoutube.com/username/ and some other stuff. I need a little help
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    Quote Originally Posted by stayfly View Post
    I forgot how to do it, it was something like httpyoutube.com/username/ and some other stuff. I need a little help
    RSS Feeds for Tags and Users

    To create an RSS feed for your favorite tags or users, simply enter the tag or username as specified in the below URLs. You can then add this URL to your newsreader. Please note, you will need to create a feed for each individual tag or user you wish to subscribe to.

    Tags:
    For example, if you wanted to create an RSS feed for the tag "monkey," you would enter: http://www.youtube.com/rss/tag/monkey.rss

    Users:
    http://www.youtube.com/rss/user/[insert username here]/videos.rss
    For example, if you wanted to create an RSS feed for the user "YouTube," you would enter: http://www.youtube.com/rss/user/youtube/videos.rss
    Last edited by videoscraper; 04/27/2007 at 07:58 PM. Reason: typo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bujin View Post
    I keep getting "operation failed" on the Kinoma Player everytime I try to stream a video. I also get and unsupported file format error when trying to download that same file. Can anyone offer any solutions to this? I'm using a 700p with Verizon's Broadband Access so the bandwith shouldn't be a problem...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmdied View Post
    I keep getting "operation failed" on the Kinoma Player everytime I try to stream a video. I also get and unsupported file format error when trying to download that same file. Can anyone offer any solutions to this? I'm using a 700p with Verizon's Broadband Access so the bandwith shouldn't be a problem...
    Are you using the kinoma that came installed or have you upgraded?
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    I'm using the embedded Kinoma player that came with the Treo. Do I need to upgrade?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmdied View Post
    I'm using the embedded Kinoma player that came with the Treo. Do I need to upgrade?
    Yep. You can upgrade directly from your Treo for a discount. I think you can do it from the kinoma site too. Kinoma 4 is $24, but with the discount it's $14.
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    If you purchase the Kinoma 4 player, it comes with a bunch of links to Internet radio and video sites. They also have a link to YouTube. These links are organized by most popular, most viewed, new, .... Unfortunately you are not able to search for videos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jontsujimura View Post
    If you purchase the Kinoma 4 player, it comes with a bunch of links to Internet radio and video sites. They also have a link to YouTube. These links are organized by most popular, most viewed, new, .... Unfortunately you are not able to search for videos.
    You can search for videos using either mobetube via blazer which will open kinoma or directly from kinoma using rss tags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pool_shark View Post
    You can search for videos using either mobetube via blazer which will open kinoma or directly from kinoma using rss tags.
    tnks you.

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