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Old 05-12-2017, 08:06 AM   #1
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Default Downloading videos that plays through JW player

Hey all,

I am on this website and they use the JWplayer to stream their videos. I found the work around which is disable the flash shockwave in the plugin manager. This switches the player from using Flash to HTML5 and allows all the video download plugins I have, either in FF or Chrome, to grab the video and download it.

The problem is that for older videos they use an older version of the JW player and if the shockwave plugin is disabled the player doesn't show at all, and thus I can't play back the file.

I've searched high and low and I can't seem to find a solution. I remember using a software several years ago that would act as a browser and so would let you log on to the website through and monitor the network traffic and let you download the stream....but alas I can't recall the name of that software.

I seem to recall that in the early days of Hulu it was widely used because it would allow to folks to download videos from it.

Any help would be great, thanks!
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One way around it is to use an application which records the video screen image and builds a file from it onto your HDD. I use Replay Video Player by Applian. A Google search will find it, external commercial links are banned on VEF. The free version records only up to 2 minutes though so you will probably have to hand over some GBP/USD to get the full version.
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Hey all,

I am on this website and they use the JWplayer to stream their videos. I found the work around which is disable the flash shockwave in the plugin manager. This switches the player from using Flash to HTML5 and allows all the video download plugins I have, either in FF or Chrome, to grab the video and download it.

The problem is that for older videos they use an older version of the JW player and if the shockwave plugin is disabled the player doesn't show at all, and thus I can't play back the file.

I've searched high and low and I can't seem to find a solution. I remember using a software several years ago that would act as a browser and so would let you log on to the website through and monitor the network traffic and let you download the stream....but alas I can't recall the name of that software.

I seem to recall that in the early days of Hulu it was widely used because it would allow to folks to download videos from it.

Any help would be great, thanks!
I guess there is something like this for Windows,
I use a Mac and have an app called Screen Record Pro-HD Screen Recorder.

With that you can record whatever is happening on your entire screen or just a selected area you choose, works perfect.
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I am not really looking for a screen capture as the video quality is already fairly low.
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