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#60982 6-May-2010 19:46
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Hi all,

I got filmed for the latest shihad video and they have sent me a link to view it on the web, I would like to be able to download this so I don't chew through my data usage showing it to all my mates. I have tried various web based video downloaders to no avail.

Anyone got any leet skills that can tell me how to get this downloaded. The link is below.

Cheers
Brendan


http://www.sleepeater.co.nz/#/grid/brendan

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  #327518 6-May-2010 20:08
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Have you actually asked for permission to download it?



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  #327527 6-May-2010 20:20
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We were told we would be able to download our indivual videos when we were queing to be filmed...

 
 
 
 


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  #327530 6-May-2010 20:21
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So have you asked for a link to download it?

It is probably not a good idea to ask, and get it posted on here, as to how to download it. Otherwise you may get a lot of people doing it.

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