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I?ve subscribed to a hotline. They publish one or two videos a week. The videos are about 3 to 6 minutes in length. Only the two latest videos are available for viewing. But I would like to be able also to view older videos. So I would like to download all videos and save them on my hard disk.

The videos have web links like: http://www.nnnnnnnn.com/nnnnnnnnn.php

?Macromedia Flash Player? is somehow involved in the videos, and I have version 8,0,22,0 of it installed.

Any ?how to? help is greatly appreciated!

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More information please...

In reply to: Download and save

Your post is a little weak on details. For instance, what "hotline" did you subscribe to? Are you simply trying to save the videos you have access to? If so, just click here for information on how to do this free of charge. Or, are you trying to watch older videos that you have not been given access to? If that's the case, your only option is to contact the those in charge of the "hotline" you subscribed to. (We can't help you obtain what's unobtainable.) Finally, is the link you provided an actual link, or an example of the format of a link? (The link you provided is to a 'rogue' search site...not something legit or something that should be linked to.)

Hope this helps and let us know more.
John

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Hi, Gtv.

In reply to: Download and save

As John says, it's not clear what you want. If you want to know what format .php is, look here: http://www.php.net

Hope this helps! -- Dave K.

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