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    Quote Originally Posted by Caballero View Post
    AdBlocker Plus and Ghostery work well with Firefox.
    Ghostery sucks shit!!!! Tried it and removed it after a few days.....

    Really most sites you have to turn it off anyways......
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  2. Software & Hardware   -   #12
    using jdownloader but if movie does not come as one file it does not join it together to use what am i doing wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caballero View Post
    AdBlocker Plus and Ghostery work well with Firefox.
    I appreciate the tip, but this is by choice. All of the sites providing us with free stuff rely on advertising to some degree to cover costs. The more people block it, the harder it becomes for them to stay afloat.

    I do draw the line at abusive stuff (pop-unders and crypto miners), but even then I'm willing to tolerate it on certain sites like TPB and Hitomi.la, which due to their content don't exactly have a lot of options.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpybear2000 View Post
    using jdownloader but if movie does not come as one file it does not join it together to use what am i doing wrong
    jDownloader has no such feature. If the video you're interested on has been uploaded in parts to circumvent YouTube's limitations or whatever, watch it that way or use some program to merge/transcode them into a single file. I can't recommend any (it seems Handbrake deliberately lacks this feature), but I'm sure a quick search will
    "I just remembered something that happened a long time ago."

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #14
    There is an Opera plugin that adds a download button on the YouTube page and then it drops down with the available formats.

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #15
    typically I use youtube-dl (its command line based). not sure what you mean by "movies" though? if you mean paid movies on Youtube don't see how any downloader would work for that. sooo guessing ya probably talking about the usual free youtube videos.

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #16
    Quote Originally Posted by kensh1n View Post
    typically I use youtube-dl (its command line based). not sure what you mean by "movies" though? if you mean paid movies on Youtube don't see how any downloader would work for that. sooo guessing ya probably talking about the usual free youtube videos.
    I second youtube-dl

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #17
    Some Invidious instances have the download feature enabled. Useful if you're on someone else's computer and can't install anything, or just don't want to leave your browser (but jDownloader has a Web UI ).

    https://github.com/iv-org/documentat...s-Instances.md
    "I just remembered something that happened a long time ago."

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