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Re: [vox-tech] how to download a video file without an url
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Re: [vox-tech] how to download a video file without an url

Peter Jay Salzman said:
> On Sun 08 Jun 03,  2:40 PM, ME <dugan@passwall.com> said:
>> Peter Jay Salzman said:
>> > i'd like to download the movie from:
>> >
>> >    http://www.petatv.com/tvpopup/Prefs.asp?video=mym2002
>> >
>> > but the movie is embedded in some kind of window so that i can't
>> really
>> > see its proper URL.
>> >
>> > is it possible to download this movie?
>> Choosing QT, slectinbg next, looking at source, i see:
>> http://www.petatv.com/al_jazeera_low.mov
>>  refed.
>> using wget or netscape i can dl that url
>> I looks like some silly thing about pets having sex.
>> Was that what you wanted?
> heh.  not really.  :)   not quite sure a reference to that .mov is on
> the page.   :)  the first few words of the movie should be "what you're
> about to see..."
> i suspect what i want looks something like:
> rtsp://a772.v08015.c801.g.vq.akamaistream.net/7/772/9135/0002/peta.download.akamai.com/9135/mym2002_med.mov
> but i don't recognize this kind of url.  could this be some kind of
> proxy?  i tried to download
> peta.download.akamai.com/9135/mym2002_med.mov but got a "forbidden"
> access error.

I first saw rtsp with real player. It could use these url to get streams.

I guess Apples QT works.

Using RealPlayer:

try that url...

It works for me. It is about abuse to animals raised as food..

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