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    I use Videoraptor for downloading videos and mp3s from web sites and even from internet radios which can convert the files into the formats I need. It's very helpful cause I don't have to get 2 softs, one for downloading and one for converting the files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirDice View Post
    I use a Firefox plugin, VideoDownloadHelper. Works like a charm and on other types of media too.
    Thanks SD - works great but now im capped from downloading every video I Like. Is there anyway to up the quality if you enlarge the size?
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    Not really sure what you mean cider?
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    Hey there SD -

    Um basically if you download a youtube Video it is extremely small and making it large on your screen kind of makes it extremely blurry. I'm not the graphics design man so dont know much about this.

    Basically enlarge the video to full screen while keeping the quality?
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    Ah.. That depends on the quality of the video that got posted. Some are compressed so much you loose quite a lot of quality.
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    I like to use vixy.net. This is because I can choose the formats that I want to download. So far, I have not encounted with any problems using the service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirDice View Post
    I use a Firefox plugin, VideoDownloadHelper. Works like a charm and on other types of media too.
    I use this plugin also. When I want to capture full-length video from youtube or othersites, I use the above plugin. When I want to distribute the file as a DVD, I use avimux.

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    Do you have a suggestion for this site:
    http://www.cnnbcvideo.com/index.html...491172-IIYIoKx
    or
    http://tinyurl.com/6f9nmz

    I'm using flash 10.26 for linux. The other sites you guys posted generate an error. I attempted to use vlc to grab the real url from the web source but it is not playing video or audio.

    I really need this before Tuesday

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    KeepVid

    From a Windows box I've been using:

    http://keepvid.com/

    Just paste in the youtube, etc URL and off it goes and downloads it for you.

    Cheers,
    DOHC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linen0ise View Post
    Do you have a suggestion for this site:
    http://www.cnnbcvideo.com/index.html...491172-IIYIoKx
    or
    http://tinyurl.com/6f9nmz

    I'm using flash 10.26 for linux. The other sites you guys posted generate an error. I attempted to use vlc to grab the real url from the web source but it is not playing video or audio.

    I really need this before Tuesday
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/6epqkk

    it's a viral video

    you should be able to view it using vlc or media player classic..

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