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Thread: How to rip streaming movies with firefox

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    Most of you already know this..anyway

    Whether its swf,mov,wmv,etc,etc in a page


    Method 1 - Via page info

    -right clik on page (not on the actaul movie) > clik "page info" > tab "media"
    -look for the file described as "embed" (make sure its the right one)
    -simply clik "save as"
    -done

    however sometimes movies take a long time to load - forexample http://www.lotsofrobots.com/Web3/Mov...lay_V2All3.htm
    so if you press "save as" - nothing will happen until the movie is totally loaded in the cache. to speed it up
    -open the pageinfo>media>clik save as
    -then close the page where the movie is loading
    -and the "save" menu will instantly pop up.




    Method 2 - via adblock extension

    V1: clik on the "adblock" tablet thingy above the movie - copy the adress. (close the adblok window - dont clik Ok)
    -put in adress bar > enter
    -then goto "file" - save page as
    -done

    V2 : if the movie takes up the whole page (and in most of these cases there is no menu bar) and you cant right clik or save page as - in bottom right of firefox - clik "adblock" - copy adress - open new window in firefox, past in adress - file save page as.



    maybe you have better methods?
    Last edited by 99%; 06-18-2005 at 03:00 PM.

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    Vargas's Avatar gone fishin'
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    the source luke, use the source

  3. Guides and Tutorials   -   #3
    ahhh yes ObiVargas how could i forget the ultimate "mind trick"

    "view sauce"

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    S!X's Avatar L33T Member BT Rep: +5
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    Nice 99%, It just came it handy

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    already knew this, but good info
    blah blah blah... whatever...



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    Good stuff, thanks, always used the source, never saw that page info feature!



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    There's an extension for Firefox which spose to re-enable the right click on those
    sites where they think that disabling it prevents something.
    (wich it does not, only takes a little more time to get the goods,
    ie. its only annoying)
    Last edited by Afronaut; 06-22-2005 at 07:04 AM.
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    or u can right click a Site, Choose "View Source" and search for any kinda of Media Formats, Example:
    Search for a ".Mov" for Quick time formats and copy the URL.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Afronaut
    There's an extension for Firefox which spose to re-enable the right click on those
    sites where they think that disabling it prevents something.
    (wich it does not, only takes a little more time to get the goods,
    ie. its only annoying)
    to view sources without right-clicking: [Ctrl]-[U] (works in mozilla too)
    Last edited by Vargas; 06-22-2005 at 12:23 PM.

  10. Guides and Tutorials   -   #10
    or also
    use this extension - you can add .swf/mov etc to it

    ""DownThemAll!
    http://downthemall.mozdev.org/
    (or just DtA) is a powerful yet easy-to-use Mozilla Firefox extension that adds new advanced downloading capabilities to your browser.
    DtA lets you download in just one click all the links or images contained in a webpage; to refine your preferences you can use fully customizable filters, and select just the kind of files you really want to download.
    Get all the stuff contained in a web page without losing your precious time!""

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