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    Hello. I have paid for access to a set of educational videos and would like to download them for offline usage.

    In my Network interface there are 3 parts to the file:

    video_2070_0_968.mp4
    audio_7910_0_968.mp4
    0a03e437ef864e309d0df541bbc75482

    When i try follow one of these links the video downloads but is unwatchable in any of my media player programs.

    I would love a solution that doesnt involve recording or screen capturing.

    Happy to provide more info.

    Regards,
    U
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    I've not used "Cloudfront". But "paid access" does not always include a downloadable copy. Assuming they allow you to keep a copy, have you attempted to contact Cloudfront?
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    Originally Posted by Krispy Kritter View Post
    I've not used "Cloudfront". But "paid access" does not always include a downloadable copy. Assuming they allow you to keep a copy, have you attempted to contact Cloudfront?
    He needs to contact the company that he paid for access. Contacting CloudFront probably won't help. CloudFront is a content delivery network (CDN), owned by Amazon, which is used by many individuals and businesses to distribute video.

    I would not be surprised if the video streams delivered by CloudFront are encrypted, which means downloading them won't provide a watchable copy.
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