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how to save video

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by bigdan, Dec 30, 2012.

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  1. bigdan

    bigdan Thread Starter

    Feb 15, 2005
    there's 2 types of videos i need to download, hope someone can help.

    first is youtube. everything i've checked up online seems to require some kinda software download. i need to teach my dad a method and if there's any viruses that come up w/ all these unknown softwares i wont be able to troubleshoot since he's leaving the country in a couple days. he certainly wont be able to. if there's some trusted software on download.com or something then that's fine but no random software downloads, unless someone's personally used it and/or can vouch for it. i'd still prefer a website like the way it used to be some months ago.

    secondly my dad listens to some business site regularly, wants to be able to download the lectures since the country he lives in, pakistan, the internet is so intermittent that when streaming the video keeps getting stuck. tried playing the whole thing then rewinding the streaming video but that didnt fix it somehow. so im hoping the video watched on streaming gets saved locally somewhere and that can be obtained. i do have a problem called VideoCacheView which I've used for other things but it didnt seem to work on this site somehow.

    here's the video:

    hope someone can help - please!

  2. Cookiegal

    Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist Coordinator

    Aug 27, 2003
    Downloading videos is against YouTube's TOS (unless there is a download button, in which case there is no need for third party software) so we cannot assist with that.

    I believe delvenetworks video is also only available as a live stream.
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