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Download video clip directly to a disk without the function

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by chueh, Jan 16, 2011.

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  1. chueh

    chueh Thread Starter

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    When there is no DOWNLOAD button for a video clip, how do I download it and make an AUDIO CD?

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  2. Phantom010

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    If there is no download button, it means the author or the website doesn't want you to download it.
     
  3. chueh

    chueh Thread Starter

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    No, actually, there is....but it's not functional, because Firefox says "Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol (iku) isn't associated with any program."
     
  4. Phantom010

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    If you are trying to download videos from Youku, it's probably against their Terms of Service. They are streaming videos, like on YouTube.
     
  5. chueh

    chueh Thread Starter

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    Yeah, that's exactly the site YouKu. Is there any way to just download the sound? I have an audio software.
     
  6. buffoon

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    Youku actually broadcasts a lot of copyrighted material without having the licence to do so. But the material still falls under copyright laws and we cannot help with circumnavigating that.

    Closing this thread and thanks for understanding.
     
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