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how To Watch P2p Football Programs On Mac

I haven tested this yet, because I don have a Mac 🙂 but theoretically this should work.

All you need is an extra Windows machine, or WIndows running on Parallels.

Run p2p client software like Sopcast on your Windows, then stop the playback (maybe you don need to stop, but it be more efficient) and connect to http://{ip addres}:8902 the player Mac. That it.

Port number 8902 might vary depending on which p2p client you using, but it should be easy to figure it out.

Now I need to know how to connect my LocationFree from Mac VLC. Apparently it just a plain HTTP streaming of MPEG2 or MPEG4/AVC with a special authentication. Someone might have done hacking the protocol.

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