I have tried just about everything to download the movie in the link below. Nothing works. Does anyone have any idea of how to download this file. I can't even seem to get the download link for it from URLSnooper.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Someone please figure out a way.
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Wow. People are desperate to get hits/views on their videos.....how pathetic.
?? I seriously cannot download that. If you can, then please tell me how.
I don't know how to use RMTPDump.
Can anyone tell me how to get parameters to use with RMTPDUMP?
That URL is really weird, ClipNabber doesn't work with it.
BTW, when I tried the Java-applet method, I received a (typically-wrong) error message, something like
"Click here to download and install Java on your computer".
Strange, Stream Transport doesn't recognize anything beyond the commercial - then hangs (forever loading) on the video.
You may have to go to backup plan B - a screen capture program.
I've found the results to be really good, can't tell the difference from the downloaded file.
In the past I used videoget. You might try that.
this is the command i received from rtmpsrv, but it does not work.
rtmpdump -r "rtmpe://cp59009.edgefcs.net/youtube?auth=daEc8dMcsdGahc1a8csaMb8cja5anaQasa0-bnOOuc-eS-HALELnpb&aifp=YT2008121701&slist=c3/id/d71f1d3b4465004d/itag/34" -a "youtube?auth=daEc8dMcsdGahc1a8csaMb8cja5anaQa sa0-bnOOuc-eS-HALELnpb&aifp=YT2008121701&slist=c3/id/d71f1d3b4465004d/itag/34" -f "WIN 10,2,152,32" -W "http://s.ytimg.com/yt/swfbin/watch_as3-vflvORKLE.swf" -p "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1x8dO0RlAE0" -y "c3/id/d71f1d3b4465004d/itag/34" -o 34.flv