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iPlayer 3.0.10


Graywolf 7 999 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2011 8:42PM
I have installed this version on my Macbookpro, and downloaded several programmes which are now running out. The problem is that while I have the programmes on the computer the player simply refuses to play them.

I know from the website that there seem to be some problems with this version. Has anybody else had this particualr problem?

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ellis rowell 10 2.0k United Kingdom
11 Jan 2011 10:26PM
BBC iPlayer programmes are only valid for 7 days.
strawman 11 22.0k 16 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2011 11:45PM

Quote:BBC iPlayer programmes are only valid for 7 days.
Longer if you use the downloaded iPlayer, 30 Days from memory. Sorry not used the Mac version but the older PC version was terrible so I use the flash based one with the 7 days restriction now. It hogged your resources and bandwidth.
cambirder 10 7.2k England
12 Jan 2011 12:28AM

Quote:BBC iPlayer programmes are only valid for 7 days.


Also longer if you access them via web enabled Sony Blueray players and TVs.
User_Removed 5 4.6k 1 Scotland
12 Jan 2011 10:00AM
I think that the BBC are looking at changing iPlayer so that UK residents can still get 7-day retrospection free but would have to pay a subscription to access older progs. It would also allow non-residents to access progs for a fee which, they think, will appeal to ex-pats and other anglophiles.

But that doesn't answer the OP's problem.

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