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  1. So I'm trying to download videos from a website that requires a username and password login. It uses a flash-based JWPlayer. When I do an inspection on the network traffic for the page I find a .smil file (XML) that contains what seems to be the information I need to do a direct download, it looks like this:
        <meta base="rtmps://*********" />
          <video src="mp4:5/7/5/2/a/***********file" height="1080" system-bitrate="4000000" width="1920" />
          <video src="mp4:5/7/5/2/a/***********file" height="480" system-bitrate="900000" width="852" />

    So I tried using rtmpdump to download the video:
    ./rtmpdump.exe -v -r "rtmps://********" -y "mp4:5/7/5/2/a/***************file" -f "WIN 30,0,0,134" -W "" -p "" -o test.mp4
    However when I run this, I get the error:
    Connecting ...
    INFO: Connected...
    ERROR: Closing connection: NetStream.Play.Failed
    I tried looking up the error, but I couldn't find anything. I've also tried RTMPDumpHelper, RTMPExplorer, GetFLV, TubeDigger, ANT Downloader, IDM, and probably some other ones I can't remember, but no luck so far. I'm trying to avoid just capturing the screen, but I may end up having to do that anyway.
    Any insight would be greatly appreciated!
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  2. Need link and autorisation.
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