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|How can I save jwplayer videos from my ISP site?|
My ISP offers broadband plus free movies and music from their server. I know how to download flash videos and streaming mp3s from internet as they can be found in the browser's cache folder or from some download managers. Unlike youtube videos, the videos that i play from my ISP's website were playing in jwplayer and I find nothing like streaming in to the cache or hard disk. These movies play faster as if they were in my hard disk. How can I capture/record/save these videos and mp3?
Thanks in Advance.
In your browser window, navigate to View > Page source.
You'll now see the raw coding of the web page.
JW FLV Player can show HTTP, HTTPS and RTMP flash videos. While you may use freeware Ask & Record Toolbar to save HTTP and HTTPS streams, RTMP ones are more difficult to capture/record/download/save.
If you have problems finding stream URLs, you may use freeware URL Snooper to find them. It works fine with HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, MMS, PNM stream URLs, but again RTMP URLs are harder to find.
You may read the following FAQ to learn more about recording flash videos broadcasted through HTTP and RTMP protocols:
FAQ: How to record/download/capture/save Adobe Flash .FLV video RTMP stream from embedded player - http://all-streaming-media.com/faq/recording-media-stream/faq-record-download-capture-save-flash-flv-video-rtmp.htm
FAQ: How to record/download/capture/save Adobe Flash .FLV video HTTP stream from embedded player
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