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Topic # 66261 16-Aug-2010 13:18
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Hi There!

Sorry if this is the wrong forum, but I was wondering if anyone knew of a tool to download


http://ondemand.tv3.co.nz/Season-3-Ep-5/tabid/59/articleID/893/MCat/140/Default.aspx
 
http://ondemand.tv3.co.nz/Season-3-Ep-4/tabid/59/articleID/844/MCat/140/Default.aspx

In High Res? I usually use InternetDownloadManager which has no trouble but it doesn't like this?

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  Reply # 368215 16-Aug-2010 14:40
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Like the international content on tvnz ondemand it's delivered over RTMP rather than standard HTTP, I haven't tried to capture it myself but there's a list of apps here that claim to do it.

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  Reply # 368786 17-Aug-2010 17:30
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I don't know which browser you use, I use Firefox & an add-on called NetVideoHunter works for those links you posted. Doesn't work with a lot of flash content: luck of the draw.




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  Reply # 368998 18-Aug-2010 00:22
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Sorry to be dense, it let's me capture the link for the 1.22mb advert but not the program itself?

Is it possible for someone to capture it and post it somewhere?

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  Reply # 369033 18-Aug-2010 07:49
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I have never had any luck capturing steaming content from the TV news sites using any of the normally effective Firefox attachments, or on-line applications.

If memory serves correct there is a link so you can purchase the desired program

(ie thats the whole point of locking them down in the first place - $$$$).




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