|08 Jul 2012||#1|
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Saving a Quicktime audio file W/O QT Pro
I am using IE 9
Clicking on a link to play a QT audio file, it opens in a new tab and plays. Since I don't have QT Pro there isn't an option to save.
From the web page with the link I cannot right click and use the "save as" option, it's greyed out.
I went to my temporary internet files folder, found the file. It has a .wma extension and is listed as a .dat file under the column "file types" From within this folder I can click on it and it'll play. However if I copy/drag it to my desktop it will not play.
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