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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by DonL, Aug 16, 2005.


  1. DonL

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    that don't allow you to download, such as Big-Boys.com? Go to 2nd page and check out guy that gets bottle shot off his head....listen to what he says to his buddy before the shot. The dude on the motorcycle is badass.
     

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  3. DonL

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    Ok....that worked...Thanks! Is there another way without having to post?
     
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    if you post the URL into your browser, your browser will either:

    1.) open media player and begin playing it
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    2.) ask if you want to play or save the file.

    it depends on what options are set in your browser. I think I.E. will let you disable the auto-play default.

    probably one of the options in
    tools->internet options -> advanced
     
  7. DonL

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    Yeah, tried all that but neither the browser nor media player will let me save it???....FireFox browser
     
  8. LoWRyDa

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    on any site that uses a version of WMP to play videos i just right click on the video and go to properties to find out what the URL of the actual video is, then just save file as with MMP10