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Windows 7: Video ripping/grabbing request

01 Jun 2009   #1

7 Pro Build 7600.16385x64 [2.0 WEI]
 
 
Video ripping/grabbing request

Hello my computer friends. I have a favor to ask all of you in hopes that somebody is skilled in doing this.

Does anyone know how to rip flash videos from websites? or screen grab?

I typically use the Firefox Addon called "FlashGot" and it works, but in this case it isn't. I have also tried a program called "Orbit" to no avail. I then tried a program called "Replay Media Catcher" and that seemed to pick up the stream but it recorded/grabbed the video all choppy-ish.

Could some either rip these videos for me or instruct me how to do it? Thank you.

AT&T <------- link

P.S.
oh, and in "Excellent" quality.
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01 Jun 2009   #2

 
 

I found Realplayer quite handy at ripping video from the internet but haven't tested it extensively yet
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01 Jun 2009   #3

Windows 7 Pro & Vista Home Premium
 
 

There is a Firefox plug in to download HD videos from Youtube. Its called Grease Monkey

I use a small freeware utility called VideoCacheView.

After the video plays simply start this program select the correct one from the list and copy it to your desktop

VideoCacheView

Copy video files (.flv and others) from the Web browser cache and temporary folder
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01 Jun 2009   #4

Windows 7 Pro & Vista Home Premium
 
 

Hello,

I would suggest Video Lan Player (free open source) which plays Real media Files as well s over 50 other formats

VLC media player

RealPlayer has a long outstanding history of spying on people. It's basically a marketing tactic.

Just my opinion.
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01 Jun 2009   #5
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1
 
 

I've already asked the question before. I pay for a yearly subscription ... I said it was 'premium', but it's 'Ultimate' for three computers. It's kind of 'tarnished' because I can only use it on 2 computers, but what the hey!

What I really want is a site to buy and download individual MP3 videos. I want to be able to burn them to a DVD and play them back on my 8 inch DVD/ MP3 player.

I have no problem getting the music I want, but music videos are becomming a real challenge
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