to try I downloaded from morphos storage:
i moved python27.library to
and python in
then I used the twitch.py script
like this from shell:
python twitch.py -sg "fortnite"
and the output is the following:
"no module name"
(on OS4.1FE the list of channels to watch appears instead)
at that point just do:
python twitch.py -u <urlvideo>
is the video is played with ffplay
later it can be implemented in the browser (odyssey 4.1FE)
with context menus:
preferences / context-menus like so:
Link --- >> TwitchTV
Python Amiga/Utilties/aiostreams/AIO_browser_extension.py %l
at that point by visiting the site:
just select the video and watch it without using the shell but simply clicking on the video to use the script
the script also works on the twitchTv official site
The motivation to use:
it is because it is lighter and more essential.
this is the current version of python-ssl on osdepot
without this aiostreams cannot work
if someone more experienced wants to try
maybe you can find a solution to have twitchTV videos on Morphos
I explained how it works as best I could
I believe that a convenience like this cannot be missing on a system like Morphos.
I made a little video
here i am using aiostreams on the official TwitchTV site with Odyssey
with the script running:
I hope I have not insisted much on this subject.
I'm having a lot of fun with Morphos
and to have streaming with Morphos too would be very nice.
But perhaps for those who develop it is easy to make it for morphos
Personally I can only set it up and have fun. [ Edited by white 16.10.2021 - 16:36 ]