I want to download this file, it's my lecture, playing through JW player on website
I tried IDM but it downloads audio video separately, secondly that audio video files is not playable by vlc player
Also checked by url snooper
can anyone please help
I'm not a tech guy, so please guide
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Sounds/looks like it's a video from a subscription site. If so, asking about how to download it is against forum rules.
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There's a few times like this that for some reason the thread wasn't locked, probably because the thread didn't openly discuss how the video was obtained. And the removal of DRM isn't a banned topic.
9 out of 10 times when it's clear that the site requires a paid subscription, the thread is locked for going against forum rules. And every once in a while when the poster tries to argue his/her point that they think that somehow their situation isn't covered by the forum rules, they end up banned, most likely for arguing with the mods via PM.
removal of drm for a personal backup of a purchased material is not infringement of DMCA. The act of infringement underlying the claims is the copying and distribution of the material to others...--
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Ahhh...right. I forgot that you can BUY videos and music from iTunes. Makes sense since you "own" the rights to view the video/music offline. "streaming rented/subscribed video" is a different animal. Same as you can post about ripping/decrypting a purchased DVD or Blu-Ray, but it's against forum rules talk about ripping/decrypting a rented disc.