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    I'm wondering if theres anyway to do this? Ive tried DlNow and Allavsoft with no luck.Here's Some example's of videos on discovery sites :

    https://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/shark-week/full-episodes/shark-croc-showdown

    https://www.investigationdiscovery.com/tv-shows/gone/full-episodes/field-of-broken-dreams
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  2. Tubedigger ($15) downloads both sites that you listed.
    Direct download link to first video: https://files.videohelp.com/u/61125/di.mp4
    Direct download link to second video: https://files.videohelp.com/u/61125/inv.mp4
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    You can download the videos in .TS (.mp4's, rename them if u like) format with Internet Download Manager. (all resolutions available..)
    You can get a fully working 30 days trial for it.
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  4. You can get a fully working 30 days trial for it.
    Thank you for that info. I was unaware of that. Oftentimes a software that has a fully working trial for a period of time is 100.0% useful because I often install and use software on public library computers which the hard drive is wiped clean after each patron's use. Therefore I can install and use the software with no limit. Some software like IDM I am very reluctant to install on my own computer because of the perception that it alters the computer's operation even when the software is not being used.
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    Originally Posted by jimdagys View Post
    You can get a fully working 30 days trial for it.
    Some software like IDM I am very reluctant to install on my own computer because of the perception that it alters the computer's operation even when the software is not being used.
    How do you think it alters the computer's operation?
    I have it, and it doesn't do such thing.
    You can disable it from running if you don't need it.

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    after uninstalling it, it does leave some traces in the windows registry, so it sees the next time if you already used your 30 days trial..
    those registry entries can be removed manually, but since this is no cracking forum i am not going into detail about that. ;P
    Last edited by Kamala; 28th Jul 2017 at 07:09.
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    thanks for the help guys.
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