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    I watched this video a few times, while it is still available, but I would like to keep it by downloading it as i am a big Vivaldi lover. Anyone has suggestions as how to do so?
    I would reallt appreciate your help.
    https://www1.wdr.de/mediathek/video/radio/wdr3/video-antonio-vivaldi--l-olimpiade-mit-...-von--100.html
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    @blondbearnl

    There are different ways to achieve this, the pro way is using youtube-dl in powershell and youtube-dl being installed by chocolately.

    the command line is simple:

    youtube-dl url

    I've tried it and confirm that this url is supported by youtube-dl.
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    Originally Posted by stax76 View Post
    @blondbearnl

    There are different ways to achieve this, the pro way is using youtube-dl in powershell and youtube-dl being installed by chocolately.

    the command line is simple:

    youtube-dl url

    I've tried it and confirm that this url is supported by youtube-dl.

    Thanks, downloaded both youtube-dl versions and managed to download both parts of the videostream. wow, thanks!
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    Originally Posted by LZAA View Post
    Use IDM.
    I tried that since I got that suggestion a few days earlier, but I think I did something wrong or used the wrong browser for this video. Thanks for your suggestion. Will try it again next time. I am new to the fact that it is even possible to download videostreams, wish I had known that a few years before, but it's never too late to learn something new. Thanks.
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