GOMstreamer is now inactive. I have written a post on my website explaining why.
GOMstreamer is a Python utility allowing OSX and other Unix based OS users to watch GOMtv GSL streams.
- Python 2.7.x
with following libraries:
- wget (for Linux users) or curl (for OSX users)
If you are an OSX user, browse the
mac folder and enter your GOMtv email and password into the
play.command script, then execute it by double-clicking it. In order to schedule playback of a stream at a specific time, edit
scheduled-play.command and enter in your user credentials. On top of this you must enter a Korean time (24h format) at which to save the stream, by default this is set to 18:00.
For Windows users, the same instructions as above apply. The only differences being that the files are located in the
win folder, and they have a
cmd file extension.
For Linux users, edit the files located in the
scheduled-play.sh. Execute the appropriate script via the terminal.
-h, --help show this help message and exit -p PASSWORD, --password=PASSWORD Password to your GOMtv account -e EMAIL, --email=EMAIL Email your GOMtv account uses -m MODE, --mode=MODE Mode of use: "play" or "scheduled-play". Default is "play". This parameter is case sensitive. -q QUALITY, --quality=QUALITY Stream quality to use: "HQ", "SQ" or "SQTest". Default is "SQTest". This parameter is case sensitive. -t KT, --time=KT If the "scheduled-play" mode is used, this option holds the value of the *Korean* time to record at in HH:MM format. (Default = "18:00") -v VLCCMD, -c VLCCMD, --vlccmd=VLCCMD, --command=VLCCMD Custom command for playing stream from stdout -w WEBCMD, --webcmd=WEBCMD Custom command for producing stream on stdout -d CACHE, --buffer-time=CACHE VLC cache size in [ms]
GOMstreamer uses VLC player by default. In OSX, it requires VLC to be located in the
/Applications folder while on other Unix based systems it requires it to be in your shell path (try to type
vlc --version in terminal). If a user decides to use the default configuration, all they need to do is specify email and password via GOMstreamer parameters and the application should take care of the rest.
GOMstreamer requires one's login information in order to retrieve the stream url. This information is sent to the GOMtv website over the secure HTTPS protocol, just like it would be if you logged in via a browser to start up the GOM Player. Therefore the security risk is exactly the same as if one used the 'official' method to start up the stream. The password and login information are ONLY sent to the GOMtv site and are never stored outside the script.
The only other network communication that this application does is contact my server to grab a couple of text files. This is so that the tool can check for updates and (as a last resort) also to grab the latest GSL season's live URL. No user information is sent to the server.