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    How to extract javascript videos from a webpage

    Hello,
    My question is about the way to extract some video files from webpage to my HDisk
    Sometimes I get them searching on my Internet temporary files carpet and then copy them to another one.
    This time I can see them in the first carpet but in the last one is impossible.

    There's no way?
    The videos are these:

    http://archives.radio-canada.ca/IDD-...s/ben_johnson/

    Thank you very much for the feedback )

    P.D: I'm not sure if my post is in the right place...

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    Try right clicking on the link and clicking "save target"

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    Thanks for the reply, but that doesn't works..

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    Then they've protected the archive. I don't think you can save em.

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    Click a video, view source of the page it opens and search for the internal link to the video. It's that simple. Right click and save this.
    http://ms.radio-canada.ca/archives/2...9930306er1.wma

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    Sorry Phaelax, I think you're wrong . If you do that you only get a link (direct access) to the file on Internet. If you're disconnected then you can't see the movie...and of course you can't convert the file to avi or just do other things...
    JPnyc, maybe you're right . I thought about change my pc screen by a tv, and then record the screen with a dvd recorder. But I think must be other ways to get the movie files without doing that..(Isn't the same you know... )

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    Phaelax, anyway, how you get the internal link ? I only can see http://archives.radio-canada.ca/400d...1-41-1392-8706 for the source.
    Could you explain me the process I must follow?
    Thanks to everybody for the replies

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    View the source code for the page and search for WMA. When you see a link that looks like a video file, thats it. In my case, if I paste that into my address bar, windows media player opens up instead of playing inside the webpage. You can then save the file that way. If not, make a dummy html page with the link on it so you can right-click to download it. Of course, if the WMA file streams the media, you'll need something like Creative's Stream Recorder.

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    Thank you very much Phaelax
    Finally it worked!!!
    Thanks )

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