If you have problem downloading streaming flash video using simple tools like Video DownloadHelper, Orbit Downloader, VDownloader, etc then it try this method. It might not work with all flash video streams though.
RTMPDump(also called FLVStreamer)
Start URL Snooper and under General Options click Auto Determine Network Adapter Now or choose the Network manually.
Under Search and at the bottom paste the url to your video page and press Download. Then search for RTMP or RTMPE under the protocol tab, right click on it and choose Copy selected URL(Strip all args). If you don't find any RTMP streams then first start play the video in your browser and try click on Sniff Network and wait until you see a RTMP link.
After you copied the url we use the command line tool RTMPDump. Download it to for example C:\temp and then start the Command Prompt(Start->Program->Accessories->Command Prompt) and in the command line type
and replace the "rtpme://"-stream with the one you copied from URLSnooper. Right click in the command prompt to Paste.Code:"C:\temp\rtmpdump.exe" -r "rtmpe://fl11.c90909.cdn.qbrick.com/90909/_definst_/kluster/20091027/geose_PG-1131239-010A-TRUEBLOOD1" -o "c:\temp\video.flv"
It should like,
and if it works RTMPDump will start download the file,
Last play the video.flv with VLC or MPCHC.
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Does your guide can works for which sites around?
I mean: if i can't download some videos using vdownloader, for example, it's posssible using this guide instead?
I'll test later some sites, just like : http://xvideos.com/ ( xxx one site )
If I got some problems I'll post my issues. :P
Can anybody help me with this warning, please...
WARNING: HandShake: Type mismatch: client sent 6, server answered 8
ERROR: Closing connection: NetStream.Play.StreamNotFound
I just downloaded latest version 18.104.22.1681, installed etc but once launched it wouldn't load any website including clicking Hulu.com. Uninstalled and tried the same using version 22.214.171.1241 since many said the older version's are less buggy but same result. Anyone know why? Or how to fix this?
Appreciate it. Thanks!